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English slide idioms

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English slide idioms

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English slide idioms

  1. 1. / / N Zip your lip! - Zip it! English idioms U “""' i ‘ MEANING: Zip your mouth! Keep Your mouth shut and don't say Zip your lip' anything Close your mouth . _ and be uiet. Zip It! q Keep quiet about (something). 9 . . . . 0
  2. 2. To sit on the fence MEANING: When a person does not take sides in an argument or is hesitant to choose between two sides in a dispute (in order to remain neutral). EXAMPLE: You ca n’t sit on the fence any longer‘ - you must choose whose» ] tide you are on. .. an 6 v . -
  3. 3. ordreamfl “_ Q Q v ’ is To have your head in the clouds idioms MEANING: 1. To be daydreaming and is happening or being said. 2. To be out of touch with the everyday world and to be unrealistic beca 3. To have impracti use of it. cal idiii C O . . v T 6% . ... . -. .""9§=
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  5. 5. / Cat got your tongue? English Idioms 1 " This is a shortened form of: Has the cat got your tong ue? This idiom is tam -‘tea Om_peI. '$Gir1"rl@z@ir‘ie to speak, say something or give a response when are iungsuaily) quiet. It is similar to saying: ‘Have youtaothing to say? 4'; 5'E? ‘isi§ «taste. “"“"
  6. 6. // To burn the candle at both ends MEANING: EXAMPLE: To work from early in 5 A: You look terrible! the morning until late Q‘, You should get some at night with very ’ sleep. . ‘little rest. B: I know. I've been ' J To work more burning the candle than you need 53 6 at both ends to or should. (a _ _ ‘ " trying tdget m, . To overworké '5 = ;- ”i“pre$fen; atio'r1 read . @ g a V
  7. 7. : JEXAMPLE: E -: The Icing on the Cake I MEANING: Something that makes a good ‘I . . dl ‘ situation even better or a bad can e: El_T situation even worse. ~ - . "Not only was I offered a higher salary, but the gdditionaljbgnus I got was th, v,e§. ;i’c?1"i‘1§é'gn. zthTe§i. *'EiIi§, e.. ll ¢, v.<: f.: sz-‘-wee-wé’I= tr. §s7-'s 1* J) F : ‘N 3 g a . - aasa. 44*-
  8. 8. ‘ J EXAMPLE: To put your foot . . _~. s in Your mouth * MEANING: To say or do something that offends, upsets or embarrasses someone else. To say something inappropriate. (Seeing Mary is larger than normal) John: So, when is the baby due? Mary: l'm. lnot pregnant! (John just put his foot in hisomouth) “ 2 5'E? ‘isi§ «taste. “"“"
  9. 9. ’$ Couch Potato 7 MEANING: A person who spends a lot of time watching television with little or no physical activity. EXAMPLE: Stop being a couch potato! Turn off the TV and go out and do somethingvwith yo‘i. Ir life». a 5'E? ‘isi§ «taste. “"“"
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