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1 To grin like a Cheshire cat. Chupina L.A.-teacher of English, lyceum №329 Saint-Petersburg

2 Идиома – это устойчивое словосочетание, значение которого не определяется значением входящих в него слов взятых по отдельности. Из-за того, что идиому невозможно перевести дословно часто возникают трудности перевода и понимания. Среди представленных идиом, Вам следует найти и кликнуть на ту, чье значение вы увидите в окне внизу. Если ответ неверен, то неправильно выбранная идиома исчезнет. При правильном ответе появится одна из частей пазла, собрав который вы познакомитесь еще с одной.. Значок отправит вас на страничку, где можно увидеть практическое применение той или иной идиомы. Чтобы не сесть в калошу и не наломать дров, УЧИТЕ ИДИОМЫ

3 to do or say something that would make it impossible to ever return to that situation or circumstance To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky

4 not to attend school (without notice or excuse) when it is compulsory to attend school - To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to be under the weather

5 to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball To burn your bridges to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to watch carefully (for something or someone) to be under the weather

6 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky To stop talking to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach

7 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to display your emotions or thoughts openly to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach

8 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to rest or relax to get butterflies in your stomach

9 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to reveal a secret often without the intention to get butterflies in your stomach to be under the weather

10 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky not feeling well, but not very sick

11 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to make a mistake or fail - often because of carelessness or inattention

12 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to be nervous or excited

13 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to do everything possible to help or please someone

14 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to attempt to do more than you are capable of

15 To burn your bridges to carry your heart on your sleeve to drop the ball to keep your eyes open for to bite off more than you can chew to bend over backwards to be under the weather to get butterflies in your stomach to zip your lip to put your feet up let the cat out of the bag to play hooky to complain in a loud and angry way Am: to behave in a noisy or wild way, upsetting other people

16 Tom and Jerry are talking about their friend James who has recently lost his job... Tom: "I heard that James lost his job.” Jerry: "James had a big fight with his boss. He called his boss many bad names. James told his boss that his job was useless and that he would never work for such an idiot again." Tom: "So, James actually quit his job?" Jerry: "Sure. Not only did he quit his job, he burned his bridges." Tom: "Well then, he can never go back to work there." Jerry: "Yes, poor James."

17 One Friday morning, Johnny's friend Stan stops by Johnny's house on the way to school to pick Johnny up for school. It is a beautiful spring day. It is warm and the sun is shining. Stan asks Johnny if he really wants to go to school. Johnny replies... "Not really. Let's play hooky today.“ Even though both boys will get into trouble from their parents and the school authorities, the wonderful spring day is too much of a temptation.

18 Pamela and her husband Henry are sitting in their kitchen one morning discussing what they will buy their son, Aaron, for his upcoming birthday. Of course, they want the birthday gift to be a surprise. During the discussion, Pamela sees Aaron trying to sneak up as quiet as a mouse. Aaron wants to overhear his parents conversation and discover what his present will be but Pamela tells Henry... "Let's not let the cat out of the bag."

19 Nancy and Patricia are doing a little shopping. They have entered a shoe store and are browsing the aisles. Nancy tells Patricia that she has been looking for the perfect pair of shoes to go with her new dress. Patricia tells Nancy that... she will keep her eyes open for the perfect pair of shoes.

20 Several boys and girls are busy talking and joking in their school library. The librarian approaches the children and tells them that they are in a library and that they must be quiet so that they do not disturb the other students. The boys and girls continue to talk rather loudly. Finally, the librarian tells the boys and girls to…zip their lips.

21 Children are usually very honest and open. When they are happy, we can see that they are happy. When they are afraid we can see that, too. We are never left to guess what emotions they are feeling because... Children carry their hearts on their sleeves. Poor Steve is suffering after his girlfriend Barbara broke up with him. He walks around with his head hanging down. His face looks so sad and forlorn. It looks as if he has just been crying. Steve carries his heart on his sleeve.

22 You got up at five o´clock this morning. You stopped at the gym and exercised for an hour on the way to work. You worked hard all day. The boss asked you to stay late to finish an important job. Traffic was terrible on the way home. You have finally arrived home at 9pm. All you want to do is put your feet up at the end of a long day.

23 Johnny's mother is waking him up for school. Johnny is usually slow to get up but this morning Johnny is very slow to get up and his mother checks his temperature to discover that Johnny is running a fever and is not feeling well. Johnny's mother decides to keep him home from school and see if his conditions become worse. She telephones the school and says... "Johnny is feeling under the weather this morning. He will not be attending school today.!"

24 Ned and Grace are driving in their car. They are going camping for the long weekend. All of a sudden their car breaks down and stops running. They pull over to the side of the road: Grace: "What happened, Ned?" Ned: "Well, isn't it obvious, the car broke down!" Grace: "I can see that. Did you service the car like I asked you to?" Ned: "Hmmm. Did you ask me to service the car?" Grace: "Yes, I did! I asked you to check the oil and antifreeze and the belts." Ned: "I suppose I dropped the ball, then, because I completely forgot. Sorry."

25 After dating Katrina for almost three years, Joe was ready to propose. Joe made the decision to propose to Katrina three weeks before their three year anniversary. As Joe made the arrangements for the proposal, he started to get butterflies in his stomach. As the day of the proposal came nearer and nearer, Joe's nervousness became greater. He was feeling incredible butterflies in his stomach.

26 Helen is a successful woman. One of the reasons for her success is that she works very hard. Helen will stay late at work whenever her boss asks her to. She will take work home over the weekend. Helen will do whatever it takes to be good at her job. When Helen was fired, it was a big shock to everyone because... Helen always bent over backwards at work.

27 Bernie has been called into his professor's office again. It seems that Bernie failed the professor's course this semester. Bernie had needed to get an 88% on his final exam to pass. Bernie only achieved a 75% on his final exam. Bernie and his professor are talking... Professor: "Hello Bernie. I'm sorry that I have to see you again." Bernie: "I'm sorry, professor. I tried as hard as I could." Professor: "What seems to be the problem?" Bernie: "Well, sir, I decided to take a full course load and I have a part-time job. I also play hockey and am on the debate team." Professor: "Do you think that you may have bitten off more than you can chew?" Bernie: "Maybe. I will see what I can do to adjust my workload."

28 “She raised hell when she realized her office had no windows.” A group of kids were raising hell in the street.

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