When you bite off more than you can chew, you take on more work, responsibility or problems than you can handle. “I think we’re biting off more than we can chew with this acquisition”. The speaker here is expressing fear that buying the other company will turn out to be more than her company can manage. […]
In this lesson you will see some examples of Education Collocations. Make : – a mistake – a progress Examples : – I started learning Spanish last month, but I haven’t made a lot of progress. – making mistakes can help us to learn quickly. Get : – marks (good / bad) – a degree […]
Learn 8 Colour Idioms : As black as the Ace of spades, Blue blood, Out of the blue, A gray area, Gray matter, Red herring, Wave a white flag And Green thumb.
Some words that express feelings and emotions : Positive emotions Negative Emotions joy – gaiety – delight – cheerfulness – merriment – vivacity – calm – satisfaction – enthusiasm – optimism – jubilation anger – despair – depression – loneliness – sadness – frustration – worry – fear Some idiomatic expressions used to describe […]
10 famous Food Idioms : Slower than Molasses, Walk on Eggs, A Lot on my Plate, Couch Potato, Bad Apple, Piece of Cake, Big Cheese, Take it with a Grain of Salt, Cool as a Cucumber, Nutty as a Fruitcake