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Thursday, May 25, 2017

In a daze

Context #1

Jim: Yesterday when we were playing soccer, Mary and I both went to head the ball and we collided.
Sam: Are you ok?
Jim: I was in a daze for a few minutes, but after that I was ok.

Context #2

Bethany: I heard Christine is totally in love with this guy she met at the gym.
Sally: Yeah, I know. She has been walking around in a daze since they met.

Meaning: "in a daze" means to feel a little confused, or not able to concentrate or think clearly.

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  1. Thanks a whole lot for sharing, guys ... Can't wait for more ... Keep up the good work ...

    A quick question, though ... Shouldn't we say 'EVER since they met'?

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  2. No, we should say "since they met". Stay tuned ;-)