On Thin Ice – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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To Be On Thin Ice
If you were skating on a pond, and the ice was thin, it’s a dangerous and risky situation.
So if someone is on thin ice, and they are in a dangerous or risky situation.

  • If you go to work late too much, you may be on thin ice.
  • You’ll be on thin ice if you don’t study for your exams.
  • Jack was on thin ice when he had an argument with his boss.

How about you? Do you know anyone who is on thin ice?

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