Idioms and phrases

Some Useful Idioms And Phrases

Some Useful Idioms And Phrases
... kéo dài thời gian - Rough and ready: tàm tạm - In the rough: chưa hoàn thành - In rough: đại khái Ex: I’ve drawn it in rough so that he finds it easy to look Join hands to ST: hợp tác làm - Make ... vicious circle: vòng luẩn quẩn - In the nick of time: vừa kịp lúc - Be overrun with ST: có nhiều - Stand by/ go back on one’s pledges: giữ/thất hứa - Walk with a limp: khập khiễng - Conduct a review ... one’s thirst: giải khát - In/with regard to : concerning SO/ST - Have regard to ST: think carefully and remember about ST - Set of golf clubs: gậy đánh golf - Imposing view of: cảnh tượng bệ vệ oai...
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Food idioms and phrases

Food idioms and phrases
... someone, to pay them high compliments and ensure they know it in order for you to later ask for something in return We spent the whole night buttering her up and when we asked her for permission ... mouth Here Susan knows that someone broke the vase and notes that it doesn’t seem to have been Tom, as Tom looks totally innocent Mary, on the other hand, notes that Tom’s innocent look may perhaps ... situation and this is most probably done in a dishonest or deceiving manner After he hurt his ankle at work, he milked the company for a lot of money If you consider something as totally essential and...
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Idioms and phrases

Idioms and phrases
... Angry and overcome by emotions 198) Head and shoulder- Superior 199) Head over heels- Very excited and/ or joyful, especially when in love 200) Heart and soul- With full devotion 201) Hell in a hand ... sixes and seven- Persons who are having different opinions 59) At the drop of a hat- Willing to something immediately 60) Back and call- At the service 61) Back and forth- In a backward and forward ... talking 78) Black and white- In writing 79) Blood is thicker than water - The family bond is closer than anything else 80) Blow hot and cold- Having no stand, shows favour at one time and unfavour...
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lang arts american idioms and some phrases just for fun

lang arts american idioms and some phrases just for fun
... Page « Previous Page Go Next » Page iii American Idioms and Some Phrases Just for Fun An ESL Meaning and Usage Workbook —Contains Both Practice Exercises and Tests— by Edward Swick http://netlibrary.com/Reader/EbookPane.aspx ... two forms: some evaluate ten idioms; others are more challenging and evaluate twenty idioms Test OneIdioms 1–10 Test TwoIdioms 11–30 Test ThreeIdioms 31–40 Test FourIdioms 41–60 Test FiveIdioms ... FiveIdioms 61–70 Test SixIdioms 71–90 Test SevenIdioms 91–100 After every ten idioms and in a list at the end of the dictionary section, you will find some Phrases Just for Fun These idioms can be drilled...
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Business Idioms in English – Intermediate level''''sarchiveExpressions and phrases pptx

Business Idioms in English – Intermediate level''''sarchiveExpressions and phrases pptx
... me manage my finances actuary underwriter accountant millionaire When my grandfather died, I discovered that he had left me some money in his savings credit card will cash machine At the end ... month, my employer pays my into the bank savings funds salary finances 10 I'm at the moment Can you lend me ten pounds until the weekend? bankrupt broke ruined insolvent ... What's the of India? coin cash currency money The president stated in the press conference that the situation was very serious economical economy economic economist I like horse racing, but I...
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American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_06 ppsx

American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_06 ppsx
... three children looking forward next week? C When were their three children looking forward to visiting Disneyland? D Whose three children were looking forward to visiting Disneyland next week? 130 ... and then went through a lot of red tape? B What did he for hours? C How long did he stand in line? D Where did he stand in line for hours and then go through a lot of red tape? 160 A I expect ... new man is fired! He just doesn't know the ropes! C She's fired! She just doesn't know the ropes! D The foreman is fired! He just doesn't know the ropes! E They're fired! They just don't know the...
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American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_05 potx

American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_05 potx
... beeline for the sales rack B The thirsty man made a beeline for the water fountain C I was so tired that I made a beeline for my bed as soon as I got home D We were hungry and made a beeline for ... broke the ice and spoke, has broken the ice and spoken, had broken the ice and spoken, will break the ice and speak B was hard, has been hard, will be hard file:///C|/Documents%2 0and% 20Settings/Owner/My%20 ... I muttered something under my breath James muttered something under his breath The women muttered something under their breath They muttered something under their breath We muttered something...
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American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_02 docx

American Idioms and Some Phrases Just For Fun_02 docx
... being, and so on) and is used in a question How about going to a movie tonight? How about getting some lunch after the next class? 66 To Be Ill at Ease This idiom says that someone feels uncomfortable ... synonym for this phrase is to remember Keep in mind that there'll be a test on this material tomorrow Can't you keep this information in mind for just one day? file:///C|/Documents%2 0and% 20Settings/Owner/My%20 ... This idiom says that someone is doing something at the best possible time and that what that person is doing is in the form of a rescue The police arrived at the crime scene just in the nick of...
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