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American Idioms
20-08-2010 03:50

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American Idioms



Smell a Rat


How come the front door is open? Didn't you close it before we went shopping?


I'm sure I did. I can't understand it. Frankly, I smell a rat.


Me, too. I'm convinced that something is definitely wrong here. We'd better call the police.






Go to the Dogs



Have you seen their house lately? It's really gone to the dogs.


It's true that it has become run-down and in serious need of repair, but I'm sure that it can be fixed up to look like new.


I guess with a little carpentry work and some paint it could look pretty decent.






Fishy


When the security guard saw a light in the store after closing hours, it seemed to him that there was something fishy going on. He called the central office and explained to his superior that he thought something strange and suspicious was occurring.





Take the Bull by the Horns



Julie had always felt that she was missing out on a lot of fun because of her clumsiness on the dance floor. She had been putting off taking lessons, but she finally took the bull by the horns and went to a professional dance studio for help. She was tired of feeling left out and acted decisively to correct the situation.






Let the cat out of the Bag


Bob was going to retire from teaching in June, and the foreign language department was planning on presenting him with some luggage at his retirement dinner. He wasn't supposed to know about it, but someone let the cat out of the bag. At the dinner Bob acted surprised, even though someone had told him what he was getting before the official presentation.





For the Birds



They went to a poetry reading, but they got bored and restless. As far as they were concerned, it was for the birds! They left during an intermission because they found the reading totally uninteresting and meaningless






Straight From the Horse's Mouth



How did you find out that Jill was engaged?


I got the information from a very reliable source.


You mean Jill told you so herself?


That's right. I got it straight from the horse's mouth!






Horse Around



Did you hear about Dave's back injury?


No. How did he get hurt?


Well, after the coach left the gym he decided to stay and horse around on the parallel bars. He somehow lost his grip and fell on his back.


That's too bad, but he shouldn't have been aimlessly playing aroundon the equipment without proper supervision.






Cat Got Your Tongue?



Come on, Connie! Tell us what you think about our little ride down the rapids yesterday.


Well, uh...


Wasn't it exciting?


I, uh...


What's the matter? Cat got your tongue?


If you must know, I'm keeping quiet because I was scared out of my wits!








Get in Someone's hair



Children! Would you please stop making so much noise!


And for heaven's sake, pick up your clothes and toys!


It's hard enough trying to keep this house clean without your throwing your things all over the place!


Clara, I know that the children get in your hair, but you should try not to let it upset you so much.


Listen, Jim. I can't help it . The children bother me and make me very angry when they're so noisy and messy.


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