Phrases and Idioms

Phrases and Idioms

Section I: 15 Units


1. Bored to death
2. You’ve got to be kidding
3. Sick and Tired

Section II: 15 Units


1. Goose bumps
2. Stay in touch
3. Have the guts

Section III: 15 Units


1. Keeping my fingers crossed
2. Out of this world
3. Over one’s head

Section IV: 15 Units


1. Grab a bite
2. Take it easy
3. Go with the flow

Section V: 15 Units


1. Who Cares
2. Big Deal
3. What a Small World

Section VI: 15 Units


1. What gives?
2. Fair Enough
3. Cat Got Your Tongue

Section VII: 15 Units


1. I Can’t Thank You Enough
2. My Two Cents
3. Just Name It

Section VIII: 15 Units


1. Since When
2. Got It
3. You Wish

Section IX: 15 Units


1. No Strings Attached
2. Sleep Tight
3. It Can’t Hurt

Section X: 15 Units


1. It Serves You Right
2. I Can’t Wait
3. Lighten Up



Bored to death

Meaning/Usage: Very bored

Explanation: Death is the worst thing, so using it to compare how you feel is telling someone that you are very bored.

“I have nothing to do. I’m bored to death.”
“I hate it when I’m bored to death.”
“Would you rather be super busy or bored to death?”

A: “Hey Seth, what are you doing?”
B: “I’m reading a book. What are you doing?”
A: “I’m bored to death. Let’s do something.”
B: “Sure. Come over and we can play some games.”

Other Common Sentences

“I’m so bored, I could die.”
“I’m dying of boredom.”

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