All About Idioms
By Kiana huynh
"Bookworm" means Someone reads a lot.
Example: Ari is a bookworm in the library.
Idiom "Piece Of Cake"
"Piece of cake" means it is so easy.
Example: Alex said "it was a piece of cake on the test".
Idiom "Raining cats and dogs"
"Raining cats and dogs" meaning it is raining hard
Example:"We can't go now because it's raining cats and dogs."
Idiom"hold your horeses"
"Hold your horses" meaning is you are doing something too fast
Example: “Hold your horses, it’s not time to go yet, we have to finish one more."
Idioms "cat in the bag
"Cat in the bag" means If you let the cat out of the bag, you let someone know a secret.
Example: we'd planned a surprise party for Donna, but some guy she works with let the cat out of the bag, so now she knows.
Idioms "Feeling Blue"
"feeling Blue" means If you feel blue, you are feeling unwell, mainly associated with depression or unhappiness.
Examples: "Whenever I Feel blue, I sometimes play little song."
If you feel blue, you are feeling unwell, mainly associated with depression or unhappiness
Idiom "cat got your tongue"
Cat got your tongue means:
Have you nothing to say?
Example: "The boy didn't know what that meant and replied that he didn't have a cat."
Idioms '' hit the books"
Example: I have to hit the books because I have a big test tomorrow.
Idioms "give me a hand"
Example: Could you give me a hand Mike?