Are You Loaded For Bear ?
You need not to simply prepare for IELTS, you need to be answer,”are you loaded for bear”. What do I mean? Read more and find the answers.
- A beam in your eye
Sentence-: before questioning someone, be sure you don’t have a beam in your eye.
Meaning-: a fault that is greater in yourself than in the person you are finding fault with.
- Off beam
Sentence-: it really takes a strong support system to bring you back when you are off beam.
Meaning-: on the wrong track
- Loaded for bear
Sentence-: you must be loaded for bear before you give your IELTS exam.
Meaning-: fully prepared for any eventuality, typically a confrontation or challenge
- Beard the lion in his den
Sentence-: it is easy to win with a cat, what makes the difference is whether you beard the lion in his den.
Meaning-: confront or challenge someone on their own ground
- Like a bear with a sore head
Sentence-: my brother is like a bear with a sore head
Meaning-: very irritable.
- Curiosity Killed The Cat
Sentence-: It is good to be patient because sometimes even curiosity can kill the cat.
Meaning-: being too inquisitive led to an unpleasant situation
- Cut Corners
Sentence-: I want you to save some money for darker times but I don’t want you to cut corners.
Meaning-: to do something badly in order to save money
- Devil’s Advocate
Sentence-: The way he speaks and argues, it looks like he is devil’s advocate.
Meaning-: to counter someone’s argument
- Don’t put all your eggs in one basket
Sentence-: It is good to take risks but it is stupid to put all the eggs in one basket.
Meaning-: Don’t put all your resources in one possibility
- Drastic times call for drastic measures
Sentence-: If you want to get a band 9 in IELTS remember, drastic times call for drastic actions.
Meaning-: if you are extremely desperate to achieve something you need to put in drastic actions
So go on, be loaded for bear and then beard the lion in his den.