526 idioms with names

Idioms with as as in comparison with the vietnamese ones = nghiên cứu thành ngữ so sánh trong tiếng anh và tiếng việt

Idioms with as   as in comparison with the vietnamese ones = nghiên cứu thành ngữ so sánh trong tiếng anh và tiếng việt
... English idioms as black as ebony as black as coal as black as chimney as black as sweep as black as soot as black as ink as black as a raven as thin as bone as thin as a rail as thin as a lath as ... as cold as acorpse as cold as ice as sweet as honey as sweet as sugar as agile as a cat as nimble as a squirrel as quick s as lightning as fleet as the wind as warm as sunbeams as blunct as the ... 62 as fierce as a lion as fierce as wolves as timid as a rabbit as timid as a mouse as timid as a fawn as changeable as the weather as uncertain as the weather as meek as a lamb as gentle as...
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Idioms with the moon pot

Idioms with the moon pot
... khó khăn) Promise (someone) the moon: hứa điều thực (như hứa tặng mặt trăng cho đó) Ví dụ:  He had promised her the moon but five years later they were still living in the same small house (Anh ... bé đó) Ask/cry for the moon: muốn điều thực (giống đòi chiếm mặt trăng làm riêng) Ví dụ:  There's no point hoping for a permanent peace in the area It's like asking for the moon (Chẳng ích hy ... a note, I was over the moon (Khi anh gửi cho tớ hoa lời nhắn, tớ cảm thấy hạnh phúc) Once in a blue moon: khi, gần không (cũng người ta khó có hội nhìn thấy trăng tròn (blue moon) hai lần tháng)...
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idioms with parts of the body

idioms with parts of the body
... To have your fingers in a lot of pies  Example:   He’s always so stressed because he has his  fingers in a lot of pies To hit the nail on the head  Example:  You´re so smart. You always hit the nail on the head ... B. play it by ear  C. give a hand  Now write a small conversation with a partner  using 4 of the idioms See!!  Learning idioms is a piece of cake… ... Did you see her ring? Her boyfriend payed an  arm and a leg for it! Now match the following  definitions with one of the idioms you just saw…  1. To be very old…  2. to say something unintentionally that makes someone feel bad…...
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an english - vietnamese cross - cultural study of idioms with colors and its implications to elt = nghiên cứu giao văn hóa anh - việt về các thành ngữ chứa từ chỉ màu sắc và áp dụng trong việc giảng dạy tiếng anh

an english - vietnamese cross - cultural study of idioms with colors and its implications to elt = nghiên cứu giao văn hóa anh - việt về các thành ngữ chứa từ chỉ màu sắc và áp dụng trong việc giảng dạy tiếng anh
... Hanoi College of foreign languages Department of post study ĐẶNG THỦY TRINH AN ENGLISH- VIETNAMESE CROSS- CULTURAL STUDY OF IDIOMS WITH COLORS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO ELT Nghiên cứu giao văn hóa ... Study of Idioms With Colors and Its Implications to ELT with Vietnamese learners of English and a small comparison between Vietnamese learners and English native speakers In this study, colors and ... English- Vietnamese Cross- Cultural Study of Idioms With Colors and Its Implications to ELT , which impresses me most because cultural approach can help achieve more accurate and lively study and learning...
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Bài tập PHRASAL VERBS AND IDIOMS with key

Bài tập PHRASAL VERBS AND IDIOMS with key
... because my glasses were dirty A up B out C clear D up with 10 Tony and Nancy always kiss and make after their arguments A up B off C with D up with 11 Cross my name because I won't be able ... put off B put on C put with D put away 16 This is Bob speaking I need my pocket calculator Can I have it back tomorrow? I can't _ it A with B without C deal with D deal without 17 "That old paint ... sleeves B hands C pants D shirt Prevention is better than A treatment B pills C cure D doctors Everything could be done by A a nod and bow B a nod and wink C a wink and a nod D a nod and a...
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Idioms with EYE

Idioms with EYE
... for yourself - with an eye to something/to doing something with the intention of doing something He bought the warehouse with an eye to converting it into a hotel - with your eyes open fully ... giving you the eye! - my eye! (British English, old-fashioned, informal)used to show that you not believe somebody/something ‘It's an antique.’ ‘An antique, my eye! ’ - not see eye to eye with somebody ... couldn't believe my eyes when she walked in - catch somebody's eye to attract somebody's attention Can you catch the waiter's eye? - the naked eye the normal power of your eyes without the help...
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Help with Idioms

Help with Idioms
... gobbledegook means? gobbledegook (see page 46) Help with Idioms helps you to enrich your language and understand native speakers more easily Saying She was angry with me will communicate your meaning ... but to say She tore me o ff a strip is far more evocative and exciting Help with Idioms explains and practises a selection of idioms commonly used in everyday English There are approximately 150 ... s New idioms 26 H um orous idiom s 42 Foreign idioms 53 Slang 65 Proverbs 78 Similes and M etap h ors 86 Exercises 95 Answer Key 117 Index 119 INTRODUCTION English-speakers like using idioms...
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Idioms connected with using language

Idioms connected with using language
... phrasal verbs based on and make phrasal verb meaning example with without need, want manage without I could with something to eat away with abolish out of make of make off prevent from having (by ... phrasal verbs and expressions connected with them See I must see aboutho arrangements for the conference [deal with1 They've gone to see Jim off at the airport [go with someone about to set off ... Use 165 83 ldioms - miscellaneous ldioms connected with paying, buying and selling He bought a real pig in a poke when he got that car [buy something without examining it properly first] We'll...
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A contrastive analysis of idioms denoting humans with dispraising implications in english and vietnamese

A contrastive analysis of idioms denoting humans with dispraising implications in english and vietnamese
... A Contrastive Analysis of Proverbs Denoting Humans with Dispraising Implications in English and Vietnamese An Investigation into Idioms Denoting Humans with Praising Implications in English and ... origins and avoid the translating idioms a) English 3.8 SUMMARY [4] Adv + A + Prep (As cunning as a fox) [5] A + and + A (Meek and mild) b) Vietnamese Chapter [6] A + A (T cao t ñ i) FINDINGS AND ... however, are also known as the roughest part in vocabulary acquisition that learners of a foreign language in general and semantic features of English idioms denoting humans with dispraising implication...
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A STUDY ON TECHNIQUES TO DEAL WITH NON EQUIVALENCE IN TRANSLATING ENGLISH IDIOMS INTO VIETNAMESE

A STUDY ON TECHNIQUES TO DEAL WITH NON EQUIVALENCE IN TRANSLATING ENGLISH IDIOMS INTO VIETNAMESE
... focuses on general view of translation, nonequivalence in translation and idioms Besides, researcher gives techniques to deal with non- equivalence in translating English idioms into Vietnamese ... has mentioned some difficulties caused by non- equivalence in translating English idioms into Vietnamese So, how to deal with the non- equivalence and how to translate the English idioms into Vietnamese ... because of nonequivalence between English and Vietnamese idioms Therefore, strategies to deal with non- equivalence in translating English idioms into Vietnamese which help translators to translate effectively...
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Structural and semantic features of english idioms referring to head and a contrastive analysis with vietnamese idioms

Structural and semantic features of english idioms referring to head and a contrastive analysis with vietnamese idioms
... occurrence of the word "Head" in English and Vietnamese language in general and in idioms in particular 15 Chapter structural and semantic features of English and Vietnamese idioms referring to head ... for learning and teaching English idioms The aim of the thesis in to make learners of English understand the semantic and structural features of English idioms referring to "Head" as well as their ... semantic features of English and Vietnamese idioms referring to Head The second aim is to help English learners improve their knowledge of English and Vietnamese idioms referring to Head and also...
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A contrastive analysis of english and Vietnamese idioms and proverbs relating to insects' names

A contrastive analysis of english and Vietnamese idioms and proverbs relating to insects' names
... general information on language, and culture and an overview of idioms and proverbs In chapter and chapter 3, we have "Idioms and proverbs relating to insects names in English and Vietnamese" and" ... .26 Idioms and proverbs relating to worms 28 Idioms and proverbs relating to mosquitos .31 Idioms and proverbs relating to grasshoppers 33 10 Idioms and proverbs relating to ... Vietnamese idioms and proverbs 14 Chapter 2: Some idioms and proverbs relating to names of insect species Idioms and proverbs relating to bees 15 Idioms and proverbs relating to fleas...
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102 Idioms Beginning With ''''F'''' pdf

102 Idioms Beginning With ''''F'''' pdf
... are extremely irritated and fed up with something or someone, you are fed up to the back teeth Feel at home If you feel relaxed and comfortable somewhere or with someone, you feel at home Feel ... rags to riches From scratch This idiom means 'from the beginning' From soup to nuts If you something from soup to nuts, you it from the beginning right to the very end From the bottom of your ... bottom of their heart, then they it with genuine emotion and feeling From the get-go (USA) If something happens from the get-go, it happens from the very beginning From the horse's mouth If you...
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