Let’s learn some useful idioms!
Spick and Span
This is a way of saying very clean!
“I need to make sure the kitchen is spick and span before my parents arrive”
Clean as a Whistle
This is also a way of saying very clean
“That hotel bathroom was as clean as a whistle – I was pleasantly surprised”
When you really hate things that are dirty or messy
“My brother is a real net freak – he spends hours every day making sure his room is spick and span”
When something requires a lot of physical effort to clean
“With a little elbow grease, I’m sure you can get that wine stain out of your pants!”
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