A GOOD EGG – American Idiom Lesson

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What does the idiom, A GOOD EGG mean? When someone is A GOOD EGG, then that person is good-natured, friendly, or kind. We use the structure, [someone] is a good egg.

  • Kevin is such a good egg that everyone wants to be friends with him.
  • You made chicken soup for me? What a good egg!
  • Kim volunteers at the local animal shelter. She’s such a good egg.

How about you? Do you know anyone who is a good egg?

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