Slovník anglických idiomů (idiomy jsou slova nebo fráze, které nejde vykládat je určen všem, kteří chtějí hlouběji proniknout do tajů anglické idiomatiky. únor Animal idioms (2). IDIOMY jsou zažitá spojení, která v doslovném překladu nedávají většinou smysl, proto je jejich pochopení docela. prosinec Idiomy jsou zažitá spojení, která v doslovném překladu nedávají většinou smysl, proto je jejich pochopení poměrně komplikované. Více si o.

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Steve is a real eager beaver. He filed for divorce. He is such a bookworm.

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Watch TV, eat some pizza. Everybody knows you can work really hard. The hands-on worktext format helps individuals both to understand the idioms and to use them with confidence in their own communication.

Why don’t you take the bull by the horns and tell him to leave immediately? Circumstances which made someone, perhaps fifty years ago, considered to be the black sheep idlomy the family, aren’t necessarily the same now.

Well, you probably should’ve worked harder. What do you think? You’re making a mountain out of a molehill now.


Steve came home late last night and his idiomg found a lipstick mark on his collar. The album sold like hot cakes but only in Europe. We can talk until the cows come home this weekend at my place. I’m such an early bird.

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I’m sure he won’t do it. My brothers Steve and Jack are as different as chalk and cheese.

Don’t tell me you are chickening out after all the effort you’ve put into this. Don’t spill the beans! Why do you have to be so pigheaded?

Her parents were surprised to learn that she had a bun in the oven. Don’t cry over spilt milk now. Two hundred a month should be a piece of cake for you, right? Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill.

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The problem is, in a nutshella lack of motivated staff. He always stays late at work and sometimes works at weekends too. A2 – B1 Cambridge English Readers 3: Our teacher told me. Description Idioms at Work is an intermediate practice book anglikce some of the most common idioms in business English. A2 headwords Oxford Dominoes 2 headwords: The view is incredible.

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Why don’t you put it in your piggy bank? Let him sit by the window, honey. After they release her from hospital, she will be back in the rat race in no time. He’ll have ants in his pants until you do. anglikce

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I’m afraid you are betting on the wrong horse by putting all your money into their stocks. You may not see the big picture here. He has bigger fish to fry. He always chickens out in the last minute. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

She was wearing a very anglickee dress and bookworm glasses. English Idioms in Use is a vocabulary book for advanced level learners. She met an important client in person and practiced her Spanish too.