¿Sabes cuándo usar en inglés el idiom “Big deal”?

Anna Collins nos enseña este idiom con una magnifica vídeo clase.

Big deal – algo importante.

Taken literally, this sounds like a very significant business agreement. And it can mean this. But we also use this expression to talk about something that is (or is not) important. We can also use it to describe an important person: She’s a big deal around here.

 

He’s a big deal around here. 

Don’t worry, it’s no big deal. 

This agreement is a big deal. 

El es un hombre importante por aquí.

No te preocupes. No es importante.

El acuerdo es importante.

 

17/02/2017Level - difficulty 2Great BritainVideo2 min