1:00 Butterflies in my stomach
1:15 Draw the line
1:46 Easier said than done
2:10 Every cloud has a silver lining
2:30 About “From Intermediate to Advanced” Course
3:41 Finding a needle in a haystack
4:07 Fish out of water
4:26 Go down in flames
4:43 Get something off your chest
5:05 Go the extra mile
5:26 Plain as day
5:52 Pull yourself together
6:08 Sick and tired
6:27 Sleep on it
6:50 Step up your game
7:09 Tip of the iceberg
7:31 You rock
7:41 Break a leg
7:50 Throw under the bus
8:10 Under the weather
8:33 Let’s play it by ear
8:52 Think outside the box
9:10 Challenge accepted
9:29 In the heat of the moment
9:49 Make a long story short
The main content you learned in this lesson:
“24/7”: Constantly going on.
“Butterflies in my stomach”: To be nervous in a good way.
“Draw the line”: to stop!
“Easier said than done”: Not easy as it appears to be.
“Every cloud has a silver lining”: Finding good in every bad situation.
“Finding a needle in a haystack”: Almost impossible to find.
“Fish out of the water”: To feel out of place.
“Go down in flames”: To fail suddenly and spectacularly.
“Get something off your chest”: To talk about something that has been bothering for a while.
“Go to the extra mile”: To make an extra effort.
“Plain as day”: Obvious, clear.
“Pull yourself together”: To calm down and behave normally.
“Sick and tired”: To be bothered and annoyed by something.
“Sleep on it”: To take an extra time before making a decision.
“Step up your game”: To start performing better.
“Tip of the iceberg”: to small easily visible part of larger problem.
“You rock”: An expression used to compliment someone on something.
“Break a leg”: Good luck.
“Throw under the bus”: To blame somebody for something.
“Under the weather”: felling ill, but not completely.
“Let’s play it by ear”: To act spontaneously and according to the situation.
“Think outside the box”: To think about something in a different way.
“Challenge accepted”: Is used when someone claims that something is impossible.
“In the heat of the moment”: Decision made in anger or passion.
“Make a long story short”: To cut the details and get to the point.
❤ That’s it!