MOST COMMON IDIOMS

To punish someone or something harshly 

Example:

He's a really strict teacher, so he'll definitely lower the boom on you if you don't do your homework.

To be thankful or grateful for one's good luck usually while avoiding a bad situation

Example:

You should count your lucky stars as you managed to avoid that violent car accident.

In a bad situation, the worst possible outcome will always happen
Example: That one subject i didnt learn was put on the test. Bread always falls on the buttered side i guest.
To be outperformed or outrun by someone, usually by a very wide margin.
Example: You have to be quicker to finish this task or you will eat other my dust.

 To quit; to give up, stop doing something because you know that you cannot succeed; admit defeat

Example:

The team is not going to throw in the towel just because they lost one game.

NEW IDIOMS

This phrase is used to describe something very modern or updated or something that no longer looks like what it's used to.

Example:

With every road paved and lampposts installed, this is certainly not your father's natal village anymore.

This phrase is used to describe something very modern or updated or something that no longer looks like what it's used to.

 

Example:

It has been a long time since I left my high school, and now I have to admit that it's certainly not your father's high school anymore.

Extremely ugly; unlovely; unattractive

Example:

I hate frogs because they’re as ugly as sin.

Extremely ugly; unlovely; unattractive

Example:

I hate frogs because they’re as ugly as sin.

Extremely ugly; unlovely; unattractive

Example:

I hate frogs because they’re as ugly as sin.

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