Expressions with day
You don’t look a day older
This expression in the English language is used to say someone seems to be younger than they really are:
- John : Hello! You’re Freddy Smith, aren’t you?
- Freddy: Yes, that’s right. But I’m sorry, I don’t recognise you.
- John : I’m John Roberts. We went to school together.
- Freddy: Of course, now I remember you. But how did you recognise me after so many years?
- John : You don’t look a day older than when we were at school.
- Freddy: Thanks for the complement! I saw Gloria Westford the other day and she doesn’t look a day older either.
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Other expressions with day:
That will be the day when he gets a proper job, I’m sure we’ll all celebrate. That car still works, but it has seen better days. I start my holidays in two days time. Day or date? I recognised you very easily, you don’t look a day older. 35 years old? No way, she’s 60 if she is a day. OK, we’re all tired. Let’s call it a day. Things are going very well, but it’s early days yet. If it works out well I’ll celebrate by taking a day off. I don’t go to school every day, I go every other day .