Six feet under

Hello, dear reader.

It must have seemed that I’ve been six feet under not posting for a while. I hope I’ll be able to publish posts regularly from now on but don’t expect too much because it’s holiday time.

Let’s see….what about the idiom I used at the beginning of the post six feet under.

It means that someone is dead and buried. To bury is a verb which describes the act of putting a lifeless human body in the ground and cover him with soil.This act is usually accompanied by a ceremony with close friends and members of the family. This ceremony is a funeral.

There’s a series running on HBO a private TV network in the U.S. called: Six feet under.

Vocabulary:
soil = the surface and material of the ground

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