One In A Blue Moon – American Idiom Lesson

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Once in a Blue Moon.
The moon is usually white, so a blue moon is very rare. The idiom “once in a blue moon” means rarely; not very often and we use to talk about frequency.

  • I go bowling once in a blue moon.
  • He’s really busy, so we can only hang out once in a blue moon.

How about you? What do you do just once in a blue moon?

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