April 26 English Idioms

Today we look at common Idioms; sayings that have a meaning other than what the individual words mean hop over to this website.

So we will give meanings to a number of idioms on the list, ask about any local equivalents and then discuss personal examples to the following:

a big fish in a small pond / a small fish in a big pond

a chip off the old block

a drop in the ocean

a piece of cake

I am all ears

in over your head

I am in the same boat

Don’t beat around the bush

I would bend over backwards

Don’t bite off more than you can chew

He has a chip on his shoulder

You have a lot on your plate

Have you put your foot in it?

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