To desire or enjoy large amounts of something. This risotto is delicious. I can’t get enough of it! Continue reading I can’t get enough of it
Interrupt unpleasant silence, relieve tension on a first meeting. Ex: When we were introduced to each other, Gordon started talking … Continue reading Break the ice
Meaning: Let’s get back to work! Ex: Our lunch break is over. Let’s get back to the salt mines! I’ve got two days off … Continue reading Back to the salt mines!
These expressions are used when someone is pleased / not pleased with you. Example sentences: I think I’m in my … Continue reading Be in someone’s good / bad books
Meaning: The rains in April will bring blooming flowers in May. I don’t mind April rains. My garden will be … Continue reading April showers bring May flowers
An informal expression meaning that everything is fine and there are no problems at all. Example sentences: I’m alright. Everything … Continue reading Hunky-dory
Ask unreasonably much. Example sentences: The workers are asking for the moon. We can’t give them pay rise now. My … Continue reading Ask for the moon
Unexpectedly, all of a sudden, without warning. Example sentences: She showed up in the disco club out of the blue. … Continue reading Out of the blue