Idioms For IELTS
Stop making castles in air or else you will soon meet your waterloo. Didn’t understand a word? Read more and find out.
- Make castles in the air
Sentence-: To achieve success, you need to stop making castles in air and start working towards the goal.
Meaning-: – plans or hopes that have very little chances of happening.
- Make a bee line for
Sentence-: stop wandering and make a bee line for a band 9 in IELTS.
Meaning-:to go directly towards something.
- Monkey around
Sentence-: If you really want to achieve high score in IELTS, you need to stop monkeying around.
Meaning-: to waste time here and there
- My hands are full
Sentence-: I am sorry I cannot take any more task, my hands are full.
Meaning-: I am busy.
- Meet ones waterloo
Sentence-: You need to work hard else in no time you would meet your waterloo.
Meaning-: meet ones final end
- WHAT’S THE DAMAGE
SENTENCE-:So, are you buying it? yes, but what is the cost of damage?
MEANING-: it is used to ask the cost of damage
- AS NEAR AS DAMMIT
SENTENCE-:Viswanathan Anand is as near as dammit.
MEANING-: as close to being accurate as makes no difference
- NOT BE WORTH A DAMN
SENTENCE-: A broken pen is not worthy a damn.
MEANING-: HAVE NO VALUE OR VALIDITY AT ALL
- DAMNED IF YOU DO AND DAMNED IF YOU DON’T
SENTENCE-: If I say anything about religion in India it is like damned if I did and damned if I don’t.
MEANING-: in some situations whatever you do is going to attract criticism.
- DO YOUR DAMNEDEST
SENTENCE-:If you do your damnedest, nothing else matters.
MEANING-: do or try to do your utmost to do something
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