Kick The Bucket | English Idiom of The Day

Today’s Idiom: Kick The Bucket

Try to use today’s English idiom, Kick The Bucket, in your next conversation!

“Kick the bucket” means “to die.”

 

Examples

1. My goldfish kicked the bucket.

2. My grandpa was 95 years old when he kicked the bucket.

 

 

Question Time

1. Have you ever heard of a “bucket list”? What do you think it is?

2. Do you have a list of things you want to do before you kick the bucket?

 

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