Use this English idiom to describe very heavy rain!!
Use this idiom when you can't make a lunch or dinner request but you would like to do it another time. Exampl: "I actually have a meeting so I can't make lunch today, I will take a rain check though!"
Use this English phrase when telling someone you are not sure about a decision.
Example: "I know it would be great if we bought all those computers for the office but it costs so much, I'm on the fence about it."
Use this idiom when telling someone something cannot or will not happen. example: "did you get the paint?" "no dice."
Use this English idiom when talking about a struggle with deciding between two courses of action.
Use this English phrase when telling someone that things will get better and they shouldn't be sad.
This English idiom means having something that is certain is much better than taking a risk for more, because chances are you might lose everything.
Use this English idiom when telling someone that you're going to get a job done no matter what.
Use this idiom when explaining to someone that being inquisitive about other people's affairs may get you into trouble
This idiom is a firm way to tell someone that they need to be quiet.
Use this phrase when giving advice to not buy a car that doesn't run or a "lemon".
Use this English phrase when describing someone cherished above all others. Example:"My daughter is the apple of my eye."
Use this English idiom when apologizing to someone for not completing your part on something. Example: "I'm sorry I did not get that report in, I dropped the ball on that"
This English idiom means to stay focused on a task or goal. Example: "I know you injured your knee but keep your eye on the ball"
Use this English Idiom when describing a situation you are being very careful in not to hurt someone's feelings.
This English idiom means saying or doing things that make a situation worse. example: "After your argument, it really added fuel to the fire when you told Jaime you didn't like her hair."
Use this English idiom when describing something that is very expensive.
Use this English idiom when you are telling someone to look for something very closely or carefully!
This English idiom means that you shouldn't react negatively when someone "wrongs" you. It won't make the situation "right," or better.
Use this English idiom when you have to start something over from the beginning! (Especially planning for something when things change that make your old plans no longer work!)
Use this English idiom when you are very busy and just trying to get through a busy stretch!
This English expression means that you should focus on the future and not let yourself get distracted or upset about the past.
Use this English idiom to remind yourself to stay focused on your goals and not worry about distractions.
We use this English idiom to tell someone to "stop stalling or wasting time and to just do it!"
This English idiom means to stay up and count down to the New Year with a celebration!
This English expression means that we should "live in the moment" and not worry too much about the past or future.
Use this English idiom to say that what you are doing is too complicated or difficult for you to understand.
This English saying means that brains and education will help you have a bigger impact than strength and brawn.
This old English expression or idiom is similar to "patience is a virtue;" it means that things feel like they take longer when you're waiting for them to happen.
This old English saying means that you should be grateful for a gift instead of judging it.
We use this English saying to mean that someone is pursuing the wrong course of action or is being misguided in their approach.
This English saying or expression means that you shouldn't give up what you have for something you don't have, because you may not get it afterall!
This English idiom be used to express either that there are no shortcuts to success or that you must be very careful with your money.
This old English saying means that you should not assume something will happen before it actually does!
This English idiom mean to "open your eyes" to and accept the realities of a situation, even it's not a great situation.
Use this English idiom when you learn a rumor or information directly from the person who it is about.
This is English idiom is way of saying you are feeling a little sick.
This English idiom or phrase means that you have arrived some where exactly when you were supposed to.
Use this English collocation or idiom when you have to leave because you need to hurry to get to something on time!
This English idiom or expression refers to how the time seems to pass so quickly during enjoyable events and activities.