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Man: Why are you feeling more cheerful?
Woman: Look around. Notice anything?
Man: No, I don't notice anything different; the same old workshop,
but wait a minute! Everything is so clean, so neat and tidy. It... it's spotless.
Woman: Isn't it though?
Man: Did you find yourself another cleaning lady?
Woman: No, I did it all myself.


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What does "Isn't it though?" mean?



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rezaenglishWhat does "Isn't it though?" mean?

It's an idiom that expresses enthusiastic agreement. It takes on slightly different forms, depending on the situation, as illustrated below.

— Such a beautiful day today!
— Isn't it, though?

— The new neighbors are so friendly!
— Aren't they, though?

— That dinner we had last night was so tasty. It was amazing!
— Wasn't it, though?

— Our team played worse than ever last week. We were awful!
— Weren't we, though?

CJ

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Thank you so much, CalifJim


Yes, but I still don't get it.

What is another equivalent for this idiom?

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— Such a beautiful day today!
— Yes, it certainly is beautiful.

— The new neighbors are so friendly!
— Yes, they certainly are friendly.

— That dinner we had last night was so tasty. It was amazing!
— Yes, it certainly was tasty.

— Our team played worse than ever last week. We were awful!
— Yes, we certainly were worse.

CJ

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