Easy as ABC. Meaning: very easy. Example: • Learning mathematics is easy as ABC. Bookworm. Meaning: someone who reads a lot. Example: • No doubt if she is genius. She […]
Here are seven idioms to get you in the mood, fellas!
If you ever feel overwhelmed as a result of trying to do multiple things at a time, this post is for you!
Idioms are important and very useful to give variation in conversation. They help you sound like native speakers and are useful to enrich your vocabulary. So, what is an idiom? […]
Here are some idioms to express tiredness. Shall I start now or just get some sleep a little more? LOL, just kidding. Check these out, fellas! 1. Dead tired. Meaning: […]
Here are 10 idioms from head to toe. Head start. Meaning: to start something earlier than others. Example: I got a head start on the race because I was the youngest. […]
1. Be no angel. Meaning: to behave badly occasionally. Example: She‘s no angel but it’s expected of her if you treat her that way. 2. Christmas comes but once a […]
1) ‘Tis the season to be jolly. The phrase is taken from a Christmas carol.It serves as a reminder to put on a happy face over the festive period. 2) Christmas […]
In this post, we share ten idioms about hard work.
Good evening, fellas! Today I am going to share some idioms related to the space. Let’s start! Out of this world: extraordinary I climbed Mount Sindoro last week. Man, the view […]
1. To go back to square one. Meaning: to start over because of setbacks. Example: “June’s business is failing. I think she needs to go back to square one.” […]
Tonight I’m going to share some idioms about moon. Stay tuned, fellas! 1) Cry for the moon: to make an unreasonable request that is unlikely to happen. Thinking of getting an A on this subject is to cry for […]
We shared ten idioms that involve roads and paths.
Anger is an emotion that involves a strong uncomfortable and emotional response to a perceived provocation, hurt or threat. Here are some idioms you can use to express anger, fellas. 1. […]
Cost an arm and a leg (verb). Meaning: to cost a lot of money. Example: Our new house cost an arm and a leg, but we love it! Chicken feed […]
1. Apple of someone’s eye. Meaning: a figure for a much loved person or thing. This phrase reminds me of a 2011 Taiwanese film. It’s a very relate-able movie. Please […]
1. Chase rainbows. Meaning: Someone who tries to do something that they will never achieve. Example: My friends told me to quit chasing rainbows when I started my new business. […]
Start/get the ball rolling. Meaning: to take the first step to begin a process. Example: This February, we’ll start the ball rolling on the new project. Line of work. Meaning: […]