MOST COMMON IDIOMS

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.

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 cautious; to plan ahead instead of taking a risk

Example:

I like to err on the side of caution and always keep some money in my savings account.

NEW IDIOMS

Anticipate doing something with great eagerness, eagerness or excitement

Example:

I was licking my chops when I smelled grilled steak. 

To change someone or something into the good condition that you would like

Example:

No one can whip your body into shape if you don't discipline yourself to exercise.

1. To avoid answering difficult questions

2. To act or behave in a correct and appropriate manner

Example:

1. He keeps playing a straight bat when his mom asked who broke the vase.

2. He has earned respect from surrounding people for playing a straight bat.

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TODAY
go in one ear and out the other

If you say someone goes in one ear and out the other, you mean they don't pay attention to and forget about what you have just said immediately.

Example:

My brother usually forgets what I teaches him, but it just goes in one ear and out the other.

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