Pop The Question – American Idiom Lesson

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Pop The Question

Pop means to suddenly appear.
The “question”is, “will you marry me?” When someone pops the question, they propose marriage.

  • Tommy and Kathy have been dating for five years and he finally popped the question.
  • I heard that Mark popped the question when he took his girlfriend to Paris. How romantic!
  • I heard from my mother that my father popped the question at an Italian restaurant in New York’s Little Italy.

Do you know anyone who has popped the question recently?

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