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idioms for begginer

저작시기 2008.01 |등록일 2008.02.15 워드파일MS 워드 (doc) | 12페이지 | 가격 700원

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영어 초보자들을 위해 정리해놓은 idioms 입니다.
공부하시는 분들에게 도움이 되고자 공부하면서 정리한걸 올렸습니다.

목차

I. Animal

II. Work

III. Business

IV. House

V. Colors

VI. Body

VII. Sports

VIII. Weather

IX. Money

X. Clothing

XI. Love, Emotion, Music

본문내용

I. Animal
1. chicken out
– to decide not to do something out of fear (usually just before)
I was going to take a ride on Geoff’s motorcycle, but I chickened out when he gave me a helmet to wear.
2. clam up
– become quiet suddenly
Arthur clammed up when I asked him about his family.
3. copy cat
– a person who does the same thing as someone else.
My sister is such a copy cat. First she bought the same car as mine, and now she’s applying to my school.
4. dog days
– very hot days
I sleep in the basement during the dog days of August.
5. eager beaver
– a person who is excited about doing certain work
Ever since he got his new drill set, my husband has been an eager beaver around the house.
6. fishy
– odd, suspicious
I knew something fishy was going on when I saw all of my friends’ cars in my mom’s driveway.
7. have a cow
– get extremely upset ( often over something minor )
My teacher had a cow when she realized nobody had done the homework.
8. cat nap
– short sleep
I’m going to have a cat nap while you’re cooking dinner.
9. horse around
– play roughly
If you’re going to horse around, please go outside.
10. nest egg
– money saved for the future
We have a nest egg that we might have to use if Jin goes on sick leave.
11. pig out
– eat a lot of something
I pigged out on pancakes so I don’t have room for lunch.
12. fat cat
– a person with a lot of money and importance.
Mark’s parents own a home in an area where a lot of fat cats live.
13. duck soup
– something that is easily done with no problems.
Riding a bike is a duck soup for Melissa.
14. bull-headed
– to be stubborn
He won’t listen to any of us –he’s too bull-headed.
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