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Break A Leg

Break A Leg - means good luck, but it is only said to someone who preforms on stage, such as a dancer, singer to say good luck

  • I tole my friend to break a leg, before she went on stage.
  • Our drama teacher (acting teacher) told us to break a leg.
  • My daughter was very nervous about singing in front of so many people. I told her to break a leg that she would be fine.
  • You don't say break a leg, to people that do not perform on stage.
  • Did you tell them to break a leg, before they went on stage?

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