Bent Over Backwards # Idioms For IELTS
If you really want to achieve things in life you need to bent over backwards. Read more and find out what is required to be successful.
- As easy as pie-:
Sentence-: For some, getting a good score in IELTS is as easy as pie.
Meaning-: Very easy.
- Be sick and tired-:
Sentence-: I am sick and tired of your habits.
Meaning-: you hate the habits or can’t stand them.
- Bend over backwards-:
Sentence-: South Africans bent over backwards to win the match.
Meaning-: South Africans tried very hard.
- Bite off more than one can chew-:
Sentence-: if you ever want to succeed, remember not to bite off more than you can chew.
Meaning-: Take more responsibility than you can handle.
- Drop someone a line-:
Sentence-: just drop me a line if you visit my city.
Meaning-: Send a letter or an email.
- Be a dab hand
Sentence-: Mary Kom is a dab hand at boxing.
Meaning-: to be an expert at something
- By a nose
Sentence-: She won the game by a nose
Meaning-: by a very narrow margin
- Bang To Rights
Sentence-: We have the bang to rights the criminals.
Meaning-: with positive proof of guilt
- Get off on the right foot
Sentence-: He has finally got off the right foot on something.
Meaning-: to begin in a good way
- Pick and choose
Sentence-: Selection in that company is quite tough, they actually pick and choose.
Meaning-: to choose only the most appropriate
Go on and practice these for today, make them a part of your daily conversation and remember, it is the quality that matters.