Monday, November 7, 2011

Be crazy about something/someone

We say we're crazy about something when we like it a lot. We can also be crazy about a person. Conversely, when we say we're not crazy about something, it means we don't like it.

1. They're crazy about their new teacher. They think he's amazing.
2. He's not too crazy about his new schedule. He has to be at work at 7, and he hates waking up early.
3. They're crazy about their son's babysitter. Unfortunately their son hates her.
4. Everyone wanted to try the new sushi place in the neighborhood, but Todd's not too crazy about eating raw fish, so he decided to split.
5. He didn't think he'd like New York City, but now he's really crazy about it.

split - leave

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