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Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 11:53 am 
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Learn American Idioms by Example

The idioms:


Brush up on
Chances are slim
Does it ring a bell
Don't flatter yourself
Don't get me wrong
Give it to me straight
He is a good catch
I am broke
I am starving
I couldn't help it
I tossed and turned all night
I'll keep my fingers crossed
I'll tell you what
In a row
In the air
It doesn't make any difference
It is on the tip of my tongue
It is up to you
It's a piece of cake
It's better than nothing
It's beyond me
Let's get to the point
Not that I know of
Out of the question
Rain check
Up to something
Whatever you say
Work like a charm
You are on the right track
You can count on us
You can say that again



Brush up on !!!
      
Jeff        Do you have a driver's license ?
Mike        No. I am going to take the test in a couple of weeks .
Jeff        Didn't you drive in your country ?
Mike        Yes, but I have to brush up on my driving.
Jeff        And. You have to study the traffic rules too !
Mike        Yes, there is a lot of new things I must learn.

Explanation :

If you brush up something or brush up on it, you practise it or improve your knowledge of it.

Example :

Eleanor spent much of the summer brushing up on her driving.



Chances are slim !!!
      
Carol        What are your chances of getting into Yale ?
Judy        My chances are slim..
Carol        I hear those Ivy League Colleges are tough to get into.
Judy        I know. I'd have better chance at the state University.
Carol        Sure. It's not a bad school either.
Judy        I'd rather be a big fish in a small pond.

Explanation :

If you say that someone doesn't stand a chance of achieving something, you mean that they cannot possibly achieve it.

Example : -

Neither is seen as standing any chance of snatching the leadership from him.



Does it ring a bell !!!
      
Shirley        Guess who I met at the grocery store.
Leonard        I can't imagine.
Shirley        Do you remember Mr. Johnson from our old neighborhood.
Leonard        That name rings a bell, but I can't place him.
Shirley        He used to live in the building next to ours.
Leonard        Oh yes, now I remember. He had dark hair and wore glasses.

Explanation :

If you say that something rings a bell, you mean that it reminds you of something else, but you cannot remember exactly what it is ......

If you say that you cannot place someone, you mean that you recognize them but cannot remember exactly who they are or where you have met them before.


Don't flatter yourself !!!
        
Jean        What's that noise?
Harry        What noise?
Jean        I hear a girl saying "Harry, honey. Please pick up the phone, you stud..."
Harry        Oh! That's my new cell phone. It must be my latest squeeze, Jane.
Jean        Jane?
Harry        Yeah. She's totally into me. She calls me all the time.
Jean        Don't flatter yourself!

Explanation :

If someone says to you ' don't flatter yourself, they mean that they disagree with your good opinion of yourself.

Example :

I flatter myself that this campaign will put an end to the war.

squeeze [Slang] a sweetheart or lover: used esp. in the expression main squeeze

she's totally into me = she's interested in me.


Don't get me wrong !!!
      
Billy        Bill is going to sing tonight.
Lucy        Oh, no !
Billy        Don't you like his singing ?
Lucy        It's not that. Don't get me wrong !!!
Billy        What's the problem then ?
Lucy        He only knows one song.

Explanation :

You say ' Don't get me wrong ' when you want to make sure that someone does not misunderstand what you are doing or saying, or why you are doing or saying it.

Example : -

Don't get me wrong, it's interesting work.


Give it to me straight !!!
      
Boss        As you know Steven, you are a highly-valued worker. However, the company has run into financial difficulty lately that are causing some unexpected repercussions.
        
Steven        Like what ! Give it to me straight.
        
Boss        I am afraid we have to lay you off.
        

Explanation :

If you give someone a straight answer, you speak honestly and frankly to them.

Example :

What a shifty arguer he is, refusing ever to give a straight answer to a straight question.



He is a good catch !!!
        
Joe        Guess who else is falling into the love trap.
Judy        It better not be Bobbie. I don't want to lose another friend to the death of love.
Joe        It's Marie. With the guy from New York..
Judy        No wonder! I saw her wearing a promise ring.
Joe        I encouraged her. I think he's a good catch.
Judy        It better not be just 'cuz he looks like Tom Cruise. Marriage is more than a fling with a movie-star look-alike.

Explanation :

If you describe someone as a good catch, you mean that they have lots of good qualities and you think their partner or employer is very lucky to have found them.

Example :

I was so in love with him and all my friends said what a good catch he was.



I am broke !!!
      
Robert        Are you going to Hawaii on your vacation ?
James        Not this year.
Robert        Why not ?
James        For a good reason, I am broke.
Robert        Oh ! Come on.
James        Seriously, I am flat broke.

Explanation :

If you are broke, you have no money.

If a company or person goes broke, they lose money and are unable to continue in business or to pay their debts.

If you go for broke, you take the most extreme or risky of the possible courses of action in order to try and achieve success


I am starving !!!
      
Yin        I think we should get something to eat.
Linda        Are you hungry ?
Yin        Hungry ? I'm starving.
Linda        There is an Italian restaurant near here.
Yin        Is the food very hot ?
Linda        It's kind of hot, but it's very tasty.

Explanation :

If you say that you are starving, you mean that you are very hungry.

Example :

Apart from anything else I was starving.


I couldn't help it !!!
      
Daryl        I am upset. Somebody told my boss I have a part-time job.
Smith        And he doesn't like that ?
Daryl        No, he doesn't. He thinks that I am too tired to work.
Smith        I am sorry. I have to admit I told him.
Daryl        You told him ? Why ?
Smith        I couldn't help it. He asked me point-blank.

Explanation :

If you can't help the way you feel or behave, you cannot control it or stop it from happening. You can also say that you can't help yourself.

If you say something point-blank, you say it very directly or rudely, without explaining or apologizing.

adv
1.         ARMS at close range: at or from very close range
2.         outright: directly or bluntly and without further explanation
•  told them point-blank what I thought of them
adj
1.         ARMS fired at close range: fired straight and from so close to the target
•  point-blank shot
2.         ARMS close to the target: very close to the target when shooting
•  at point-blank range
3.         outright: direct and blunt
•  a point-blank refusal
[Origin uncertain: possibly from French point (de tir) “firing point” + blanc “target”]


I tossed and turned all night !!!
      
Robb        Are you ill ?
Seles        Not really ! I am just tired.
Robb        Didn't you sleep well last night.
Seles        No, I tossed and turned all night.
Robb        I am sorry to hear that, I hope you sleep better tonight.
Seles        Thank you. I'm sure I will.

Explanation :

If you toss and turn, you move restlessly in bed and cannot sleep properly, for example because you are ill or worried.

Example : -

You feel as if you've been tossing and turning all night, and wake up feeling worn out.


I'll keep my fingers crossed !!!
      
Peters        Please have a seat.
Albert        Thank you
Peters        I'm Mr. Peters. The personnel manager. What can I do for you.
Albert        I am looking for a position as a sales representative.
Peters        We may have an opening next week. Please leave your resume, I will keep in touch with you.
Albert        Thanks. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Explanation :

If you cross your fingers, you put one finger on top of another and hope for good luck If you say that someone is keeping their fingers crossed, you mean they are hoping for good luck.

Example : -

I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they turn up soon.



I'll tell you what !!!
      
Dave        Let's go to the movies in Prickly tomorrow.
Kuno        Ok, where should we meet. do you know where Lot 10 is ? We went there together.
Dave        No, I don't remember. Let's meet somewhere outside Prickly.
Kuno        I'll tell you what -- name the place and I'll pick you up.
        
        

Explanation :

In spoken English, you use I'll tell you what or I tell you what to introduce  suggestion or a new topic of conversation.

Example :

I tell you what, I'll bring the water in a separate glass.


In a row !!!
      
Jane        The new year will be here before you know it.
Mei        This year really went by fast.
Jane        It seems every year goes by faster.
Mei        I especially enjoy the new year, though.
Jane        Why ?
Mei        We have three holidays in a row.

Explanation :

If something happens several times in a row, it happens that number of times without a break. If something happens several days in a row, it happens on each of those days.

Example :

They have won five championships in a row.



In the air !!!
        
Jenny        Vanessa! Guess what. Leo proposed to me!
Vanessa        Wow. Love is in the air. Did you accept?
Jenny        Not yet. I have some doubts...like the age factor. I'm really robbing the cradle here.
Vanessa        So he's eight years younger...he's mature for his age.
Jenny        I'm worried about the cultural differences, too.
Vanessa        You guys have the same interests and similar personalities. AND you have the same dreams.

Explanation :

If something is in the air it is felt to be present, but it is not talked about

Example :

There was great excitement in the air ...

To rob the cradle means to date or marry someone much younger.  Such a person is a cradle-robber.  You might criticized for cradle-robbing.



It doesn't make any difference !!!
      
Mike        Shall I pick you up at 5 or 6 ?
Joei        It doesn't make any difference.
Mike        O.K I will pick you up at 5.
Joei        No problem !
Mike        Shall we play badminton or table tennis on Sunday ?
Joei        It doesn't make any difference.

Explanation :

If something makes no difference, it does not have any effect on what you are doing.

Example : -

It is sad to see him go but it won't make any difference to the way we conduct our affairs.


It is on the tip of my tongue !!!
      
Mahoney        Do you remember the restaurant we went to Friday.
Marcus        Sure I do. It was the ' Silver Castle '.
Mahoney        No, we've never been to the ' Silver Castle '.
Marcus        Maybe it was the Gold Coin.
Mahoney        No Gee. It is on the tip of my tongue.
Marcus        Never mind. The food was terrible.

Explanation :

If a comment or question is on the tip of your tongue, you really want to say it or ask it, but you decide not to say it.

Example : -

A sarcastic remark was on the tip of her tongue


It is up to you !!!

John
Would you like to go out to dinner or to a movie ?
Karen
Either one, it is up to you .
John
What would you prefer ?
Karen
I really don't care, I just want to get out of the house.
John
Well, then how about dinner and a movie ?
Karen
That's a great idea !

Explanation :

If you say that it is up to someone to do something, you mean that it is their responsibility to do it.

Example : -

The choice was up to Paula.



It's a piece of cake !!!
      
Han        What kind of Chinese food would you like to have.
Joe        I'd like to have spring rolls.
Han        Fine. By the way, do you know how to use chopsticks ?
Joe        It's a piece of cake.
Han        How in the world did you learn to use them ?
Joe        I was stationed in Taiwan for five years, you know.

Explanation :

If you think something is very easy to do, you can say it is a piece of cake. People often say this to stop someone feeling worried about doing something they have to do.

If soldiers or officials are stationed in a place, they are sent there to do a job or to work for a period of time.


It's better than nothing !!!
      
Jim        Did you ask Mr. Davidson for a raise ?
Carmen        Yes, I asked for 80 cents any hour more
Jim        Did you get it ?
Carmen        No, I got 30 cents
Jim        That's too bad.
Carmen        Oh, it is alright. It is better than nothing.

Explanation :

If you say that something is better than nothing, you mean that it is not what is required, but that it is better to have that thing than to have nothing at all.

Example : -

After all, 15 minutes of exercise is better than nothing.


It's beyond me !!!
      
Anthony        How long have you been in this country ?
Seung        Two months.
Anthony        Is it hard for you to study at an American college ?
Seung        Yes, I find it very difficult. Especially when you can't follow the professor's lecture.
Anthony        That's because you just arrived. Do you like biology ?
Seung        No. It's beyond me.

Explanation :

If you say that something is beyond someone, you mean that they cannot deal with it.

Example :

Although he could give her sympathy, any practical help would almost certainly be beyond him ......


Let's get to the point !!!
      
Janet        Good afternoon Bob, isn't it a lovely day ?
Bob        Yes,  it is Janet !
Janet        It is the kind of day when you want to go outside.
Bob        Janet, let's get to the point. Do you want the afternoon off ?
Janet        Yes, Bob.
Bob        Alright. As soon as you finish typing. You can go.

Explanation :

When someone comes to the point or gets to the point, they start talking about the thing that is most important to them.

Other example :

You have been talking all night, but I don't see your point.


Not that I know of !!!
      
Mei        Is Mrs. Johnson joining us for dinner ?
Susie        Not that I know of.
Mei        I was hoping she would come with us.
Susie        Why ?
Mei        I would like her to try some of our traditional Chinese foods.
Susie        That's very kind of you

Explanation :

You say 'Not that I know of' when someone has asked you whether or not something is true and you think the answer is 'no' but you cannot be sure because you do not know all the facts.


Out of the question !!!
      
Robert        I am going to look at new cars tomorrow.
James        I wish I could have one.
Robert        Why don't you come along ?
James        I'd like to but I don't want to be tempted.
Robert        I am sure you could get a good deal.
James        No, buying a new car is out of the question for me right now.

Explanation :

If you say that something is out of the question, you are emphasizing that it is completely impossible or unacceptable.

Example : -

For the homeless, private medical care is simply out of the question .......



Rain Check !!!
      
Jean        My brother and his family will be coming into town next week.
Joe        Is he the one who writes articles for the English Post ?
Jean        Right, why don't you come over next Sunday to meet him.
Joe        I'd love to but I can't. Can you give me a rain check !!!
Jean        Sure, they'll be here for a week. So just let me know when you can come.
Joe        Ok ! I will be very interested in seeing him.

Explanation :

If you say you will take a rain check on an offer or suggestion, you mean that you do not want to accept it straight away, but you might accept it at another time.

Example :

I was planning to ask you in for a brandy, but if you want to take a rain check , that's fine .......


1.         ticket for rescheduled event: a ticket or ticket stub entitling somebody to attend an event canceled because of rain at a later rescheduled time
2.         guarantee of offer: a promise or coupon guaranteeing that an offer that cannot be fulfilled or accepted at present will be fulfilled or accepted at a later time
take a rain check (on something) to delay doing something until a later date or time (informal)



Up to something !!!
        
Jennifer        Yeah, great. But who recorded these for you?:
Billy        My classmate, as a joke. It makes me sound like a womanizer.
Jennifer        Well, then let me record one for you.
Billy        OK. Cool. Be sexy. Here. Go!
Jennifer        Hey, jerk! Answer the phone, you idiot!
Billy        Hey! I should have known you were up to something .

Explanation :

If you say that someone is up to something, you mean that they are secretly doing something that they should not be doing.

Example :

Why did you need a room unless you were up to something.


Whatever you say !!!
      
Kato        How about having dinner together after work?
Mori        Fine.
Kato        Should we have Japanese or American food ?
Mori        Whatever you say !
Kato        There is a good steak house around the corner.
Mori        That's a good idea.

Explanation :

You say whatever you say to indicate that you accept what someone has said, even though you do not really like them or do not think it is a good idea.

Example :

We'll go in your car, Billy. --- ' Whatever you say '.




Work like a charm !!!
        
Salesman        Lowest prices! Best quality! Hello, sir!
Buyer        Oh, hi. I'm just looking. I have a computer already.
Salesman        How long have you had it?  
Buyer        Eight years. Works like a charm.  
Salesman        Eight years? What a dinosaur! I can't believe you still use it.
Buyer        It's fine for writing letters and...

Explanation :

If you say that something worked like a charm, you mean that it was very effective or successful.

Example :

Economically, the policy worked like a charm.



You are on the right track !!!
      
Greg        I am trying to figure out who the murderer is in this story.
Curtis        Who do you think it is !
Greg        I think it's Mr. Johnson because he was in the house at the time of the murder.
Curtis        No, but you are on the right track.
        
        

Explanation :

If you are on the right track, you are acting or progressing in a way that is likely to result in success.

Example :

Guests are returning in increasing numbers - a sure sign that we are on the right track ...


You can count on us !!!
      
Stacey        Sue, can you drive Jane and I to the doctor on Monday ?
Sue        I think so.
Stacey        We need a ride very badly, are you sure you will be able to help out ?
Sue        Sure. I will mark it on my calendar so I don't forget.
Stacey        Thanks. You are a good friend.
Sue        You can always count on me when you need help.

Explanation :

If you count on someone or count upon them, you rely on them to support you or help you.

Example : -

I can always count on you to cheer me up .........


You can say that again !!!
      
Yin        I think there is a sharp contrast between Americans and Chinese. For example the Americans are very individualistic, while the Chinese are very group-oriented.
        
Yang        You can say that again. Chinese are very conscious of what other people think of them.
        
        
        

Explanation :

You can use "You can say that again" to express strong agreement with what someone has just said ; an informal expression.

Example :

What a tedious job. -- You can say that again !!!

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Cor!
Mate, as you know I'm crazy about American accent and American idioms.
Thank you alot alot alot  *1
I'll study them all  :P

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  • Post subject: Learn How to say some American Idioms with Examples on Arten
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Wow !!!

So great idioms , a bunch of thanks for you Mr.Safwat  *1  *1

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