BỘ SƯU TẬP THÀNH NGỮ TIẾNG ANH (có giải thích - hình minh họa)

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    Song Ngư Lớp 11

    BỘ SƯU TẬP

    THÀNH NGỮ TIẾNG ANH

    (có giải thích - hình minh họa)

    Đây là bộ sưu tập những thành ngữ tiếng Anh mình copy từ trang web Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link. Những thành ngữ được giải thích rất rõ ràng và có hình minh họa sinh động. Hy vọng ebook này sẽ có ích cho các bạn trong "công cuộc" học tiếng Anh .... dài đằng đẵng của mình[​IMG]

    Ebook gồm 2 phần:

    PHẦN 1: gồm các thành ngữ được giải thích rõ ràng bằng tiếng Việt, có ví dụ minh họa
    PHẦN 2: gồm các thành ngữ được giải thích bằng tiếng Anh, tuy nhiên hình minh họa trong phần này khá vui nhộn.


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    MỤC LỤC

    PHẦN 1

    “To Have An Account To Settle”
    “To Take Into Account”
    “To Get On One’s Nerves”
    “A Bundle of Nerves”
    “Stick My Neck Out”
    "To Field A Team"
    “Have A Field Day”
    Các thành ngữ với “Fit”
    “Pull Up Your Socks”, “To Sock Away”.
    “All The Traffic Will Bear”
    Các thành ngữ trong tiếng anh về THỜI GIAN
    “Fish Story”, "Sob Story”, " A Shaggy Dog Story”
    "Dog Tired", "Go to the dogs", "Rain cats and dogs"
    “All Dressed Up With No Place To Go” và “All The Traffic Will Bear”
    To learn the ropes, Know the ropes
    “Fight Tooth and Nail”
    ”Fight to The Bitter End”
    Thành ngữ với CATCH VÀ THROW
    Thành ngữ về Jazz up, Bells and whistles
    Fool's errand, Foolproof, Fooling around, Nobody's fool
    “Champ at the bit”
    To be born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth
    “A blessing in disguise”
    “Look on the bright side”
    The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
    Nothing ventured, nothing gained
    If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen
    A chain is only as strong as its weakest link
    A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
    Don’t put the cart before the horse
    Go Cold Turkey

    PHẦN 2

    "get up on the wrong side of the bed"
    "everything but kitchen sink"
    the pot calling the kettle black"
    "turn over a new leaf"
    "lend me your ear"
    "a piece of cake"
    "biting the hand that feeds you"
    “an arm and a leg”
    “letting the cat out of the bag”
    "a chip on your shoulder"
    "an about face"
    "rock the boat"
    "a wolf in sheep's clothing"
    "against the clock"
    "in(s) and out(s)"
    "curiosity killed the cat"
    "absence makes the heart grow fonder"
    "at the drop of a hat"
    "as sick as a dog"
    "when it rains, it pours"
    "out of the blue"
    "when pigs fly"
    "birds of a feather (flock together)"
    "keep an eye on him"
    "one for the road"
    "beating a dead horse"
    Tie The Knot ( get married ... )
    Letting The Cat Out Of The Bag ( sharing a secret ... )
    Roll Out The Red Carpet ( to give a grand welcome to an important guest ... )
    A Chip On Your Shoulder ( angry because of what happened in the past ... )
    Looking A Gift Horse In The Mouth ( questioning the value of something you have received for free ... )
    Over My Dead Body ( there is no way I will allow you to do that ... )
    Start From Scratch ( starting a project from the very beginning ... )
    The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back ( one last thing that finally made the you upset ... )
    The Bigger They Are (The Harder They Fall) ( we can beat this larger opponent ... )
    An About Face ( turn around and face the opposite direction ... )
    One For The Road ( one more, then I am leaving ... )
    A Blessing In Disguise ( a good thing that you don't recognize at first ... )
    Going Against The Grain ( making things difficult by acting against the wishes of others ... )
    Finding Your Feet ( feeling more comfortable in what you are doing ... )
    Practice Makes Perfect ( the more you practice, the better you will become ... )
    When In Rome (Do As The Romans Do) ( a visitor should try to act as the people do who are from that place ... )
    Truer Words Were Never Spoken ( I totally agree with what you just said ...
    Nose Out Of Joint ( upset about what happened ... )
    A Drop In The Bucket ( not important ... )
    Don't Count Your Chickens (Until They've Hatched) ( don't make plans based on uncertain events ... )
    Variety Is The Spice Of Life ( life is exciting when you try different types of experiences ... )
    Can't Cut The Mustard ( not good enough to participate ... )
    Burning The Candle At Both Ends ( working for many hours without getting enough rest ... )
    Put Your Best Foot Forward ( go ahead and give it your best try ... )
    A Taste Of Your Own Medicine ( a lesson where other people treat you the same way you treat them in order to teach you that you are acting badly ... )
    Burning the midnight oil
    A Slip Of The Tongue ( to say something by accident ... )
    A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted ( foolish people lose money easily ... )
    A Penny Saved Is A Penny Earned ( saving money is hard work and happens one penny at a time ... )
    Your Guess Is As Good As Mine ( I don't know ... )
    All Thumbs ( clumbsy ... )
    A Toss-Up ( the results have not been decided ... )
    Crying Over Spilled Milk ( complaining about some past loss ... )
    Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) ( to get out of a bad situation and end up in one that is even worse ... )
    An Arm And A Leg ( a high price to pay ... )
    You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover ( don't make judgments based only on appearances ... )
    Put Your Foot In Your Mouth ( say something embarrassing ... )
    The Apple Of Your Eye ( the one you love the most ... )
    Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder ( the time spent apart makes you care for a person even more ... )
    Biting Off More Than You Can Chew ( taking on a challenge that is too big ... )
    Icing On The Cake ( a second great thing happens in addition to the first ... )
    Great Minds Think Alike ( people with great minds think like each other ... )
    Go For Broke ( risking it all for the chance to win big ... )
    A Dime A Dozen ( cheap and easy to get ... )
    Dog-Eat-Dog ( people are looking out for their own interests ... )
    Add Fuel To The Fire ( do something to make a bad situation worse ... )
    Under The Gun ( under a lot of pressure to get something done ... )
    Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve ( expressing your emotions freely and openly ... )
    The Early Bird (Catches The Worm) ( being early leads to success ... )
    Better Late (Than Never) ( it is better to do something late than to not do it at all ... )
    Lost His Head ( he got so upset that he lost control of his actions ... )
    Word Of Mouth ( news that travels from person to person ... )
    Cross Your Fingers ( hoping it happens that way ... )
    Barking Up The Wrong Tree ( looking for something in the wrong place ...

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    Thông tin ebook:

    Tên ebook: Thành ngữ tiếng Anh (có giải thích)

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    Chuyển sang ebook: copcon44

    Ngày hoàn thành ebook: 19 – 12 – 2009

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