Do you know the English expression “to be brilliant at (something)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Collette: I saw your son’s artwork at the exhibition yesterday. He’s brilliant at drawing.
Carlos: Thanks. He wants to be an artist when he’s older.
Does it mean:
a) be bad at something
b) be mediocre at something
c) be excellent at something
d) be average at something
The answer is below! ↓
Answer: c) be excellent at something