Are you down to earth?
Idiom: to be down to earth
Means: to be balanced and reasonable
Use: to refer to people's characters
Circumstances: It is often a compliment used when you talk about someone you know
Note: Often used with 'very'. Can be used as an adjective – She's a very down to earth person.
Let's speak to Sally about this. She is very down to earth, so she will give us a good answer.
Tom is not very down to earth. He's always having silly ideas.
Think about some people you know and complete this sentence:
(name of person) is (not) very down to earth.
Think of another four examples.
It's is better to be down to earth than to have your head in the clouds!