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TO BE AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
to exercise to be healthier and fit
TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
To be very easy
TO BE ALL EARS
to listen very carefully
TO BE A COUCH POTATO
to be lazy and watch TV a lot, comfortably sitting in your sofa.
TO KNOW SOMETHING BY HEART
To know something by memorizing it.
TO GET TO THE POINT
To say the important thing without extra information
IT RAINS CATS AND DOGS
it is raining heavily
TO KEEP AN EYE ON
to watch or take care of something or someone
We are all in the same boat.
We have the same problem, and should work together.
Actions speak louder than words
What you do is more important than what you say.
I'm back to square one.
I have to start all over again.
to bite off more than you can chew
to try to do too much or more than you can handle
you crack me up.
You make me laugh
It's in the bag.
I got this--the job is done!!
It costs an arm and a leg.
It is very expensive and costs a lot.
You are the apple of my eye.
You are very special to me.
It's a blessing in disguise.
Something happens which seems bad, but turns out to be good.
I smell a rat.
I can tell that something is wrong or someone has done something wrong.
You hit the nail on the head.
You identified the problem correctly. You are correct.
You have your head in the clouds.
You are daydreaming
Those are a dime a dozen
Those are not special and you can get them anywhere.
You are all thumbs.
You are clumsy
Your heart is in the right place.
You mean well and want to do the right thing.
Give me a hand.
Please help me.
I have egg on my face.
I'm embarrassed because everything went wrong.
You have a chip on your shoulder
You have a bad attitude.

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