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Idiom. In english, they love comparing one thing to another. They love analogies, слайд 1
IDIOM
In English, they love comparing one thing to another. They love analogies. As a result, over the years, the English language has become chock-full of idioms. An idiom is a combination of words which has a figurative meaning separate from the actual definitions of the words used. There are an estimated 25,000 idioms in the English language,

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Most languages have idiomatic expressions about food. There are lots of idioms which feature food in some way. Some of these are quite easily understood, while others are more difficult.

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Apple of one’s eye
It means that you are admired and loved by them.
Baby Jessica is the apple of her father's eye..

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Bring home the bacon It means to earn the household income
Her husband has had to bring home the bacon ever since Jane became sick. .

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Butter someone up It means to be extra nice to someone (usually for selfish reasons)
We'll have to butter Ann up before we tell her the news about the broken vase.

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Cool as a cucumber It means that you are relaxed.
I was afraid of flying, but I was cool as a cucumber all the way to England.

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Piece of cake It means that something is very easy to do.
The exam was a piece of cake..

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Put all your eggs in one basket This phrase means to rely on one thing or person to succeed. Don't put all the eggs in one busket. Не рискуй всем, что у тебя есть.

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(not my) cup of tea
something you enjoy (usually used negatively)
Opera isn't exactly my cup of tea..

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Idiom. In english, they love comparing one thing to another. They love analogies, слайд 11

a smart cookie a very intelligent person
Her daughter is a smart cookie. She knows a lot of things.

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use your noodle use your brain
You should use your noodle on this crossword puzzle.

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Hot potato a difficult subject (topic) to discuss
Choosing a location for our hotel is a hot potato right now...

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cream of the crop = =the best
We hired the cream of the crop to entertain us at the Christmas party.

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finger in every pie
When someone has a finger in every pie they are involved in many activities and have a lot of influence or power. It usually has a negative meaning. «He's very controlling - he has a finger in every pie».'

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take with a pinch of salt
To take something with a pinch of salt means that you should not completely believe what you are told. Someone is telling you something which may not be true or it is exaggerated. «Take everything you read in that newspaper with a pinch of salt.»

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That guy has a finger in every ___. lemon / milk/ pie/ cake They talked about the bread and ___ issues. chips/ butter/ milk/ bacon You need to start bringing home the___.cake/tea/bacon/salt It's no use crying over spilt ___.milk/ tea/ cake/ salt It wasn't difficult. It was a piece of ___.bread/ tea/ cake/ salt Hiking is not my cup of ___.lemon/ tea/ milk/ salt Take what he said with a pinch of ___. bacon/ salt /bread/ pie
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