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To use deduction skills to try to put meanings to phrases To learn some common English idioms To learn to use English idioms in conversation To translate idioms in your native language into English www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Pushing Up Daisies Means: Dead and buried. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
A Piece of Cake Means: Something that is easy to do. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Sugar Coat Means: To make something difficult or distasteful appear more pleasant or acceptable. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Running Against the Clock Means: Rushed and short on time. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
All in the Same Boat Means: Everyone is facing the same situation. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Apple of My Eye Means: Someone who is loved the most. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
At a Drop of a Hat Means: D o something immediately. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Bend Over Backwards Means: Do anything to help. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Between a Rock and a Hard Place Means: To be stuck between two very bad options. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Bite Off More Than You Can Chew Means: To take on a task that is too big. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Drive Someone Up A Wall Means: Annoy someone a lot. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Find Your Feet Means: Become more comfortable in whatever you are doing. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Hit the Nail on the Head Means: Do something exactly right or say something exactly right. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Hold Your Horses Means: Be patient. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
A Knee-Jerk Reaction Means: A response is quick and automatic. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Lend Me Your Ear Means: Listen to me. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Off the Hook Means: No longer have to deal with a bad situation. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Sitting on the Fence Means: You are undecided. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Over My Dead Body Means: You absolutely will not allow something to happen. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Put a Sock in It Means: Be quiet. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
The Ball is in Your Court Means: It is your decision this time. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
It is Water under the Bridge Means: Anything from the past that is not important anymore. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Smell the Roses Means: Take time to relax. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
Have Your Head in the Clouds Means: Being unaware of what is going on. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
It Takes Two to Tango Means: Something cannot happen without more than one person. www.jaqsESLlessons.com
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