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ngữ pháp tiếng anh

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1. as easy as pie means "very easy" (same as "a piece of cake")Example: He said it is difficult problem, but don't agree. It seems as easy as pie to me!2. be sick and tired of means "I hate" (also "can't stand")Example: I'm sick and tired of doing nothing but work. Let's go out tonight and have fun.3. bend over backwards means "try very hard" (maybe too much!)Example: He bent over backwards to please his new wife, but she never seemed satisfied.4. bite off more than one can chew means "take responsibility for more than one can manage"Example: John is so far behind in his studies. Besides classes, he plays sports and works at part-time job.It seems he has bitten off more than he can chew 5. broke means "to have no money"Example: have to borrow some money from my Dad. Right now, I'm broke .6. change one's mind means "decide to do something different from what had been decided earlier"Example: was...

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1. as easy as pie means "very easy" (same as "a piece of cake")Example: He said it is difficult problem, but don't agree. It seems as easy as pie to me!2. be sick and tired of means "I hate" (also "can't stand")Example: I'm sick and tired of doing nothing but work. Let's go out tonight and have fun.3. bend over backwards means "try very hard" (maybe too much!)Example: He bent over backwards to please his new wife, but she never seemed satisfied.4. bite off more than one can chew means "take responsibility for more than one can manage"Example: John is so far behind in his studies. Besides classes, he plays sports and works at part-time job.It seems he has bitten off more than he can chew 5. broke means "to have no money"Example: have to borrow some money from my Dad. Right now, I'm broke .6. change one's mind means "decide to do something different from what had been decided earlier"Example: was planning to work late tonight, but changed my mind I'll do extra work on the weekend instead.7. Cut it out! means "stop doing something bad"Example: That noise is really annoying. Cut it out !8. drop someone line means "send letter or email to someone"Example: It was good to meet you and hope we can see each other again. Drop me line when you have time.9. figure something out means "come to understand problem"Example: don't understand how to do this problem. Take look at it. Maybe you can figure it out .10. fill in for someone means "do their work while they are away"Example: While was away from the store, my brother filled in for me .11. in ages means "for very long time"Example: Have you seen Joe recently? haven't seen him in ages .12. give someone hand means "help"Example: want to move this desk to the next room. Can you give me hand ?13. hit the hay means "go to bed" (also "hit the sack")Example: It's after 12 o'clock. think it's time to hit the hay .14. in the black means "the business is making money, it is profitable"Example: Our business is really improving. We've been in the black all year.15. in the red means "the business is losing money, it is unprofitable"Example: Business is really going poorly these days. We've been in the red for the past three months.16. in the nick of time means "not too late, but very close!"Example: got to the drugstore just in the nick of time It's good thing, because really need thismedicine!17. keep one's chin up means "remain brave and keep on trying"Example: know things have been difficult for you recently, but keep your chin up It will get better soon.18. know something like the back of your hand means "know something very, very well"Example: If you get lost, just ask me for directions. know this part of town like the back of my hand19. once in while means "sometimes, not very often"Example: Have you been to the new movie theater? No, only see movies once in while usually stay home and watch TV.20. sharp means "exactly at that time"Example: I'll meet you at o'clock sharp If you're late, we'll be in trouble! 21. sleep on it means "think about something before making decision"Example: That sounds like good deal, but I'd like to sleep on it before give you my final decision.22. take it easy means "relax"Example: don't have any special plans for the summer. think I'll just take it easy .23. to get the ball rolling means "start something, especially something big"Example: We need to get this project started as soon as possible. I'm hoping you will help me get the ball rolling .24. up to the minute means "the most recent information"Example: wish knew more about what is happening in the capital city. We need more up to the minute news.25. twenty-four/seven means "every minute of every day, all the time"Example: You can access our web site 24/7 It's very convenient! 26. all of sudden means "unexpectedly", used to describe something that happens very quicklyExample: He had just gone to bed when all of sudden the phone rang.27. be all ears means "eager and ready to listen"Example: Go ahead and speak. I'm all ears!28. be fed up with means "to hate something now, even though may have liked it before"Example: I'm fed up with my job! think should start looking for new one.29. to bug means "to bother someone". (American English)Example: Hey, stop tapping your fingers. It's really bugging me!30. cinch means something that is very easy to doExample: didn't think could run five kilometers, but with the right preparation, it was cinch.31. cost an arm and leg means "very expensive"Example: I'd really like new car, but they all cost an arm and leg.32. to cram means "to study hard few days before test"Example: If you had studied hard for the past four months, you wouldn't have to cram so much this weekend.33. fresh out of something means "to have no more of something"Example: have to go buy some more milk. It seems we're fresh out now.34. to get it (often negative) means "to understand"Example: What did the teacher say? didn't get it. Did you?35. got minute? means "Do you have time right now?"Example: Hey, Joe, got minute? have something to show you.36. give someone hand means "help someone"Example: Could you give me hand moving this table? It's quite heavy.37. grab bite to eat means "quickly go get something to eat"Example: I'm going to go grab bite I'll be back in few minutes.38. drive someone up wall (or "drive someone crazy") means "to make someone very angry"Example: My neighbor practices the piano every night, but he's terrible. It's driving me up the wall!39. to hang on means "to wait"Example: Hang on few minutes. have to make phone call and then I'll be able to join you for lunch.40. hard headed means "stubborn" or "unwilling to change an opinion or ideaExample: can't work with Joe any more. He's so hard headed!41. have change of heart means "change previous decision"Example: thought would change jobs, but now that my boss is treating me with more respect, I've had change of heart .42. have mixed feelings about something means "to be uncertain"Example: have mixed feelings about Joe. He's very good teacher, but he has very strange sense of humor!43. head out for means "to start on long trip" (but it could be within big city)Example: We're heading out for the countryside to pick some apples. Would you like to join us?44. How come? means "Why?"Example: How come we don't go to the movies any more? guess we're too busy to enjoy ourselves these days.45. keep in touch (or "stay in touch") means "do not stop communicating send letters or call sometimes"Example: Don't forget to keep in touch want to know how you're doing while you're away.46. be kidding means "to joke or tease someone in playful way"Example: No, don't really have three wives was just kidding !47. look down on means "think somone or something is not good enough"Example: We shouldn't look down on people just because they don't have as much money as we do.48. make ends meet (often used negatively) means "to have enough money to buy everything we need"Example: Even though make more money than last year, we just can't seem to make ends meet .49. miss the boat means "to miss an opportunity"Example: The sale ends today at noon. If we don't hurry, we're going to miss the boat !50. next to nothing means "to cost very little"Example: went to the new discount store and bought these new shoes for only five dollars. That's next to nothing 1. Có qua có lại mới toại lòng nhauYou scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours 2. Có mới nới cũNew one in, old one out 3. Mất bò mới lo làm chuồngIt’ too late to lock the stable when the horse is stolen 4. Gừng càng già càng cayWith age comes wisdom 5. Không có gì quý hơn độc lập tự doNothing is more precious than independence and freedom 6. Tốt gỗ hơn tốt nước sơnHandsome is as handsome does 7. Múa rìu qua mắt thợNever offer to teach fish to swim 8. Chưa học bò chớ lo học chạyTo try to run before the one can walk9. Chưa thấy quan tài chưa đổ lệNobody has ever shed tears without seeing coffin 10. Tiền nào của nấyYou get what you pay for 11. Khỏe như trâuAs strong as horse 12. Đường nào cũng về La MãAll roads lead to Rome 13. Hữu xạ tự nhiên hươngGood wine needs no bush 14. Vỏ quýt dày có móng tay nhọnDiamond cuts diamond 15. Thương cho roi cho vọtSpare the rod and spoil the child 16. Nói một đường làm một nẻoSpeak one way and act another 17. Đừng đánh giá con người qua bề ngoàiDon’t judge book by its cover 18. Nói gần nói xa chẳng qua nói thậtIt’s no use beating around the bush 19. Mưu sự tại nhân thành sự tại thiênMan proposes God deposes 20. Xa mặt cách lòngOut of sight out of mind 21. Dù trong dù đục ao nhà vẫn hơnEast or West home is best22. Chín người 10 ýSo many men, so many minds 23. Không ai hoàn hảo cảEvery man has his mistakes 24. Yêu ai yêu cả đường đi, ghét ai ghét cả tông chi họ hàngLove me love my dog 25. Cái gì đến cũng đếnWhat will be will be 26. Sông có khúc người có lúcEvery day is not Sunday 27. Nhập gia tùy tụcWhen in Rome do as the Romans do 28. Cười người hôm trước hôm sau người cườiHe laughs best who laughs last 29. Chậm mà chắcSlow but sure 30. Cái nết đánh chết cái đẹpBeauty is only skin deep 31. Nghề nào cũng biết nhưng chẳng tinh nghề nàoJack of all trades and master of none 32. Nồi nào úp vung nấyEvery Jack has his Jill 33. Hoạn nạn mới biết bạn hiềnA friend in need is friend indeed 34. Ác giả ác báoCurses come home to roost35. Tay làm hàm nhaiNo pains no gains 36. Tham thì thâmGrasp all lose all 37. Nói thì dễ làm thì khóEasier said than done 38. Dễ được thì cũng dễ mấtEasy come easy go 39. Phi thương bất phúNothing venture nothing gains 40. Mỗi thời mỗi cáchOther times other ways 41. Còn nước còn tátWhile there’s life, there’s hope 42. Thùng rỗng kêu toThe empty vessel makes greatest sound 43. Có tật giật mìnhHe who excuses himself, accuses himself 44. Yêu nên tốt, ghét nên xấuBeauty is in the eye of the beholder 45. Một giọt máu đào hơn ao nước lãBlood is thicker than water 46. Cẩn tắc vô ưuGood watch prevents misfortune 47. tưởng lớn gặp nhauGreat minds think alike48. Điếc không sợ súngHe that knows nothing doubts nothing 49. No bụng đói con mắtHis eyes are bigger than his belly 50. Vạn sự khởi đầu nanIt’s the first step that counts 51. Cha nào con nấyLike father like son 52. Ăn miếng trả miếngTit for tat 53. Càng đông càng vuiThe more the merrier 54. Vắng chủ nhà gà mọc đuôi tômWhen the cat is away, the mice will play 55. Chứng nào tật nấyWho drinks will drink again 56. Nói trước bước không quaDon’t count your chickens before they hatch 57. Chở củi về rừngTo carry coals to Newcastle 58. Dục tốc bất đạtHaste makes waste 59. Cùi không sợ lởIf you sell your cow, you will sell her milk too 60. Không vào hang cọp sao bắt được cọp conNeck or nothing61. hiền gặp lànhA good turndeserves another 62. Sai một ly đi một dặmA miss is as good as mile 63. Thắng làm vua thua làm giặcLosers are always in the wrong 64. Một nụ cười bằng mười than thuốc bổLaughing is the best medicine 65. Miệng hùm gan sứaIf you can’t bite, never show your teeth 66. Tình yêu là mù quángLove is blind 67. Không có lửa sao có khóiWhere there’s smoke, there’s fire 68. Việc gì qua rồi hãy cho quaLet bygones be bygones 69. Gieo gió ắt gặp bảoWe reap what we sow 70. Nhất cửa lưỡng tiệnTo kill two birds with one stone 71. Thuốc đắng dã tậtBitter pills may have blessed effects 72. Chết vinh còn hơn sống nhụcBetter die on your feet than live on your knees 73. Đoàn kết là sống, chia rẽ là chếtUnited we stand, divided we fall74. Đồng thanh tương ứng, đồng khí tương cầuBirds have the same feather stick together 75. Có công mài sắt có ngày nên kimPractice makes perfect 76. Đừng bao giờ bỏ cuộcNever say die up man try 77. Uống nước nhớ nguồnWhen you eat fruit, think of the man who planted the tree 78. Chớ thấy sáng loáng mà tưởng là vàngAll that glitters is not gold 79. Việc gì làm được hôm nay chớ để ngày maiNever put off tomorrow what you can do today 80. Thả con tép bắt con tômTo set sprat to catch mackerel 81. Thà trễ còn hơn khôngBetter late than never 82. Đi một ngày đàng học một sàng khônTravel broadens the mind 83. Không hơn không kémNo more no less 84. Được ăn cả ngã về khôngSink or swim 85. Được đồng nào hay đồng đóTo live from hand to mouth 86. Được voi đòi tiênTo give him an inch, he will take yardTrên đây chỉ là phần trích dẫn 10 trang đầu của tài liệu và có thế hiển thị lỗi font, bạn muốn xem đầyđủ tài liệu gốc thì ấn vào nút Tải về phía dưới.

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