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10 / 03 / 2005

TIDY or NEAT: meaning and examples

Good morning. Today's words are: tidy or neat (adjectives) They mean: that things are in the correct place, organised properly or arranged in a nice way. Example 1: She keeps her work area very tidy. Everything is in its correct place. Example 2: One of the children's chores (tareas de casa) is to keep their bedrooms neat. Everything is in its correct place. Example 3: Before you go into the interview, make sure your clothes are tidy and your hair is neat. It's important to create a good impression. Tidy can also be used as a verb: to tidy. It means: to organize or arrange something properly; to make something tidy. Example 4: If you tidy the sitting room, I'll hoover the floors (pasar la aspiradora). If you have any questions about this word, please don't hesitate to contact me. Enjoy the rest of your day!


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