Making an effort (Easy or Difficult)

Making an effort (Easy or Difficult)
Making an effort Idiom: give something your all Meaning: use your all energy and effort to do something Example: I gave it my all, but only managed to came second in the race. Idiom: go all out Meaning: use a lot of energy and effort to do something Example: Jack is going all out to ...

American Slang Expressions 2

American Slang Expressions
Here are some nice common American Slang Expressions : Ants in your pants Definition: To be nervous or anxious or jumpy; to be unable to sit still. Example: 1) The children had ants in their pants, so we took them outside for some exercise. 2) Would you please stop tapping your foot?! You must have ...

Some American idioms 3

Some American idioms
Here are some useful 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. Let the ...