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Music to Your Ears

Music to my ears

Look at the following short dialogue and, then, select the correct definition of the English idiom to be music to someone’s ears:

Aisha: How did you feel when you heard the news?
Louis: Quite frankly, it was
music to my ears. I couldn’t believe my luck.

The expression
to be music to someone’s ear refers to...

a) something that makes you happy
b) something that makes you sad
c) something that you do not want to hear
d) something that is not truthful

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correct definition.

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