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IDIOMS volume 1 1.An ASL pro, proficient in ASL 2.As easy as pie, piece of cake 3.At a loss for words, speechless 4.Awesome, remarkable, “big” wow! 5.Back.

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2 IDIOMS volume 1 1.An ASL pro, proficient in ASL 2.As easy as pie, piece of cake 3.At a loss for words, speechless 4.Awesome, remarkable, “big” wow! 5.Back up 6.Barely, hardly, scarcely, hard to come by 7.Better than nothing

3 8.Blow someone away 9.Came to mind 10.Chip in 11.Close call, by one’s hair. That was really close 12.Common sense 13.Compulsive liar 14.Conceited, egomaniac IDIOMS VOLUME 1

4 IDIOMS volume 1 15.Darn you 16.Defeat, wipe out 17.Dirty business 18.Don’t feel like 19.Dumbfounded 20.Fall back, relapse 21.Feebleminded

5 IDIOMS volume 1 22.Financially broke 23.Gross someone out 24.Gut feeling 25.Hey, what’s up, what’s your problem 26.Hit the jackpot 27.Holy cow, whoa 28.If I were you, if I were in your shoes

6 IDIOMS volume 1 29.In one ear and out the other 30.It is of no significance, despite, regardless of 31.Jump for joy 32.Jump to conclusions 33.Keep an eye on 34.Live and learn, roll with the punches 35.Lost in thought

7 IDIOMS volume 1 36.Make a fuss 37.Messed up 38.Much better than someone 39.On the fence, ambivalent 40.Overlook 41.Pro, expert, experienced 42.Rarely

8 IDIOMS volume 1 43.Stinky, it really stinks 44.Taking advantage of (negatively) 45.That’s not what I’m talking about, not what I mean 46.That’s understandable 47.To talk on and on 48.Totally, mostly, utmost 49.Wide-awake, alert 50.Word on the street, through the grapevine 51.Worship, idolize 52.You’re crazy

9 IDIOMS volume 2 Study PowerPoint 9

10 IDIOMS volume 2 Absorbed into the system, taking on other’s culture Actions speak louder than words An open mind Back out Beat around the bush Blow a fuse Bring something up 10

11 IDIOMS volume 2 Broke a record, record breaking Burning up Catch up (on) Cheapskate Disappear into thin air Do oneself a favor Don’t be too sure 11

12 IDIOMS volume 2 Don’t have Expand upon Filthy rich Flop, a disaster For sure Freak out Go after a person 12

13 IDIOMS volume 2 Go from bad to worse, take a turn for the worse Good enough for Hands off, neutral Have no idea Hearing person with little understanding towards Deaf Culture In the back of one’s mind It’s no use (doing something) 13

14 IDIOMS volume 2 Labeled as (an identification, identity) Look back upon Look down upon (negatively) Low class, below the standard Make me sick to my stomach Out of the closet Period, end of it, end of story 14

15 IDIOMS volume 2 Put aside something Same old thing, same old story Sick of it Swallow one’s pride Swell-head, big headed Take a risk Take off 15

16 IDIOMS volume 2 Takeover (from someone) Talk to oneself, in a world of my own There’s nothing to it! Think nothing of me Turn something down Unskillful, not proficient, don’t know how Venting out Willpower Wisecrack Your eyes pop out of your head 16

17 End of 2 nd year review 3 rd year continue review the following slides

18 Idioms volume 3 study PowerPoint

19 IDIOMS volume 3 A slap in the face About to Add fuel to the fire Ad-lib, remark made spontaneously without prior preparation All at once All for nothing All year round

20 IDIOMS volume 3 Asked for it Backfire on Be my guest Black out Boss someone around Break down Break through with something

21 IDIOMS volume 3 Break up with someone Broke down in tears Burden someone with something Burn out Butt in on someone Butterflies in one’s stomach Calling the shots

22 IDIOMS volume 3 Cold blooded Crack a smile Out of business Don’t dwell on it Don’t judge a book by its cover Error prone, series of mistakes Feels good

23 IDIOMS volume 3 Few days ago Get along Hard with much effort Have you been there before? Hooked, addicted Huge advantage I have been noticing, I have seen this frequently, I have particularly seen

24 IDIOMS volume 3 Idle chitchat Just go right ahead, take the liberty of doing something Light headed Mad for money Make up a story, fib Nerve, you’ve got a lot of nerve Never again

25 IDIOMS volume 3 No hard feelings Nothing new Old news Oops Playing the field Shopping spree Strangely, odd, peculiar, funny thing is Too much money Top-notch, top-of-the-line Try to muddle through something


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