Alexandra
Explain the idea of this sentence to me, please! "His boots click once in the air"
Nov 25, 2017 4:13 PM
Answers · 3
It's difficult to answer this questions without more details. However, generally speaking, we use the word click to describe the sound that shoes or boots make when we bring our heels together. If his boots clicked once in the air, he probably jumped/hopped off the ground. Usually we do this when we're happy, for example, "He jumped for joy." Another example of "heel clicking" can be found in the song, Mr. Bojangles. https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/nittygrittydirtband/mrbojangles.html
November 26, 2017
There are two images that come to mind 1) in the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy clicked her heels to move 2) a happy man jumping in the air clicking his heels together to show happiness so I need more back ground to help
November 25, 2017
sorry.my fingers don't want typing the answer .
November 25, 2017
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Alexandra
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