Idioms and Phrases February Series: Learn a new idiom daily.

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Idioms and Phrases February Series: February 14:

As nice as pie:

Meaning: Used in a context when a person is friendly and affectionate.

Example Sentence: After the argument between Sandra and Sameera, Sameera tried to be as nice as pie.

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February 13:

As full as a tick:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone has eaten or drunk too much.

Example Sentence: Samira’s son ate biscuits and drank cool drinks until he was as full as a tick.


February 12:

As common as muck:

Meaning: Used to describe someone who lacks knowledge or taste about worldly things; unsophisticated, low-class, navie, or simple.

Example Sentence: Emila discovered that all her clients were as common as muck and so she decided to stay with the basic collection in her boutique.


February 11:

As cocky as the king of spades:

Meaning: Used to in a context to describe someone who is boastful and proud of his achievements.

Example Sentence: Sam could challenge anyone for an arm wrestle. He’s just as cocky as the king of spades.


February 10:

Business before pleasure:

Meaning: Used to say that it is considered beneficial to complete one’s work before relaxing or enjoying oneself.

Example Sentence: I’d love to party with you but I’ve got a report to finish. My manager reminded me of business before pleasure.


February 9:

Big fish in a small pond:

Meaning: Used to describe a person who has a highly ranked position in a small organization.

Example Sentence: Sam could get a job with a big company but he enjoys being a big fish in a small pond.


February 8:

Stick to your guns:

Meaning: Used in a context to describe someone’s dedication or determination without changing their opinions or decisions.

Example Sentence: If you really want to succeed in life, you got to stick to your guns and work for it.


February 7:

I’m terrible at names:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone wants to say that he is not good at remembering the names of others.

Example Sentence: I’m terrible at names. Could you please tell me your name again?


February 6:

As thick as mince:

Meaning: Used to describe someone who is remarkably stupid, or idiotic.

Example Sentence: Blake’s new girlfriend is pretty and sweet, but she’s as thick as mince.


February 5:

As clear as vodka:

Meaning: Used in a context to describe something which is very clear, transparent and easily understandable.

Example Sentence: Everything our manager explained about the process is as clear as vodka.

Idioms and Phrases February Series: As clear as Vodka

February 4:

Earn while you learn:

Meaning: Used to express the situation where one gets to opportunity to earn while learning or training.

Example Sentence: If you get an opportunity to become an apprenticeship, you should definitely accept it. You can earn while you learn.


February 3:

A spring in one’s step:

Meaning: Used in a context when a person walks in a happy, energetic manner.

Example Sentence: Jessie has been walking with a spring in her step ever since she was announced as the best student of the class.


February 2:

Paid Peanuts:

Meaning: Used to describe a person who is paid a low salary irrespective of a work/job.

Example Sentence: James has a very interesting and competitive job, but he’s paid peanuts.


Idioms and Phrases February Series February 1:

Plum Job:

Meaning: Used to describe a job or position that is well-paid with fewer roles and responsibilities.

Example Sentence: Anisha is lucky to find herself a plum job in a highly competitive corporate.

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In the first place, We would like to thank our readers for showing us their commendable support. We have received emails from our lovely readers stating that they enjoyed learning new words every day. Some of them even stated that they started implementing it in their daily routine. For this reason, we have decided to start the same series for this month.

Some Tips to improve vocabulary:

  1. Learn new words every day so that you can increase your word power.
  2. Learning new words will not be sufficient, try to include those words in your daily conversations.
  3. Besides learning new words, Keep discussing those words from time to time. Furthermore, Discuss them with someone who is interested in vocabulary.
  4. Carry a dictionary. Wait, that doesn’t mean that you carry a huge bulky dictionary, You have many apps available on both android and ios platforms. Download them.
  5. Understand the root words. This will make your job easier.
  6. Another key point is to use flashcards to memorize new words.
  7. Read frequently.
  8. Make a note of word that you don’t know accordingly and refer that in a dictionary.
  9.  In addition to the above, you can visit us and bookmark our site: www.addicted2learn.com to learn a new word every day.
  10. Furthermore, you can also find many apps that notify you of a new word every day.

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