Posted by: marisadedios | 3 March, 2009

Contest: guess the word

Rather than a word, it is an idiom again.   Don’t just give us the idiom, explain the meaning. You could even give us a sentence where it would be appropriate to use it. I hope you don’t find it difficult.




  1. I think it could be…: Put money where mouth is, and it means… to give support to something, specially giving money or doing something rather than just to talk about it, for example with poverty.

  2. ups! the sentence:
    Neighborhood is always complaining about robberies and ask for more security. If we want to solve the problem we should put our money where our mouth is.

  3. Well done Rebeca! merit point for you!

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