Sunday, January 3, 2016

To rain on your parade - English idiomatic expressions # 32

Welcome to today’s English idiomatic expression that is ‘to rain on your parade’. You can understand this expression with this example. If you have planned to go to some place in this weekend but there would be rain on weekend then you have to cancel your picnic/trip so then you will say that expression. When your plan would be destroy or deny/cancel, that is to rain on someone parade. Watch this video for more explanation & dialogue.

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