Idiom: be my guest
Matt: Hey man, I’m going to San Diego next year.
Dee: Oh really?
Can I come too?
Dee: Really? That’s awesome.
Thomas: Do you think I can turn in those reports on Monday of next week?
Charles: Be my guest. They’re not due until Tuesday anyway.
Meaning: "Be my guest" means:
“go ahead,” “help yourself,” or it could mean giving someone permission to do
something. It’s a neutral term used by
many people in formal or informal settings.
Idiom: (to) drop a hint
Rudolph: Hey Dasher, what kind of gift are you getting for
your girlfriend this holiday season?
Dasher: Wait. You’ll find out after the holiday season.
Rudolph: Oh, come on, drop
me a hint! It’s not my gift.
Dasher: No way!
It’s a big surprise.
Manny: Hey, how much money are you asking for this event?
Floyd: More money than you can imagine.
Manny: Really? At least drop a hint. Everyone wants
Floyd: I don’t really want to talk about that.
Meaning: "To drop a hint" is
another way of expressing “give me a hint” or another way of asking for more
details. It’s often used amongst friends
and close colleagues.