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|to hang in there:|
|as easy as pie|
|to be all ears|
|to be chicken|
Hi, what's up?
Now let's learn some other idioms that you can use to make your English more colourful.
Two idioms similar to 'it's as easy as pie' are: 'It's a piece of cake' or 'It's as easy as ABC'.
When you are learning idioms you should be all ears, listen carefully and then practise. Don't be chicken,
|to bury his head in the sand|
|to go head over heels|
|to be head over heels in love|
|to laugh one's head off|
|neck and neck|
|to save one's neck|
|an albatross around one's neck|
|a pain in the neck (fam.)|
|I'd give my right arm for..|
|to cost an arm and a leg|
|to have sea legs|
|to know something like the back of his hand|
|to have butterflies in one's stomach|
|to be the apple of someone's eye|
|to fight tooth and nail|
|to have a frog in one's throat|
That's all, folks!
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