Give (or Get) The Green Light – American Idiom Lesson

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Get or Give The Green Light.
When you get the green light, you get permission to do something. You can also give someone the green light.

  • My boss gave me the green light to go home early.
  • I hope my teacher gives me the green light to submit my homework a day late.

Have you gotten (or given) the green light recently?

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