Do you know the English expression “to be in mint condition”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Lucy: I bought a second-hand watch off the Internet the other day.
Kelly: Second-hand? Is it in good condition?
Lucy: It’s in mint condition. It should be, it was very expensive!
Does it mean:
a) to be in a bad condition
b) to be in a satisfactory condition
c) to be in an excellent condition
d) to look like a mint
The answer is below! ↓
Answer: c) to be in an excellent condition