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Amsco Idioms
Until late at night
patriotic
at his house
i am sure
ad multam noctem
amans patriae
apud eum
certum mihi est
Until late at night
ad multam noctem
patriotic
amans patriae
53 terms
AMSCO Idioms 1
dar a
dar con
dar cuerda
dar de beber a
face, look out upon
come upon, find
wind (a clock)
give a drink to
dar a
face, look out upon
dar con
come upon, find
50 terms
AMSCO Idioms 2
acabar de +infinitive
acabar por + infinitive
acercarse a
acordarse de
have just
end by, finally
approach
remember
acabar de +infinitive
have just
acabar por + infinitive
end by, finally
24 terms
Amsco. French Reflexive Idioms
s'agir de
s'approcher de
s'attendre à
se casser le bras (la jambe)
to be a question of, to be about
to approach
to expect
To break, to break one's arm (leg)
s'agir de
to be a question of, to be about
s'approcher de
to approach
34 terms
AMSCO III:16 Idioms
ad multam noctem
amans patriae
apud se
certum mihi est
until late at night
patriotic
at his house, in his presence
I am sure
ad multam noctem
until late at night
amans patriae
patriotic
52 terms
Amsco Idioms 4
a causa de
a eso de
a fines de
a fondo
because of
at about + time
at the end of
thoroughly
a causa de
because of
a eso de
at about + time
41 terms
Amsco 65 Idioms
gratias agere
vitam agere
consilium capere
se recipere
to thank
to live a life
to form a plan
to retreat
gratias agere
to thank
vitam agere
to live a life
28 terms
AMSCO Idioms 3
parecerse a
pensar de
pensar en
perder cuidado
resemble
think of (have opinion)
think of (direct thought)
not to worry
parecerse a
resemble
pensar de
think of (have opinion)
51 terms
Amsco Idioms 2
acabar de + inf
acabar por + inf
acercarse a
acordarse de
to have just
to end by, to finally
to approach
to remember
acabar de + inf
to have just
acabar por + inf
to end by, to finally
189 terms
ALL Amsco Idioms
parecerse a
pensar + inf.
pensar de
pensar en
to resemble
to intend
to think of (have an opinion about)
to think of (direct one's thoughts to)
parecerse a
to resemble
pensar + inf.
to intend
ALL Amsco Idioms
parecerse a
pensar + inf.
pensar de
pensar en
to resemble
to intend
to think of (have an opinion about)
to think of (direct one's thoughts to)
parecerse a
to resemble
pensar + inf.
to intend
AMSCO Idioms 2
acabar de +infinitive
acabar por + infinitive
acercarse a
acordarse de
have just
end by, finally
approach
remember
acabar de +infinitive
have just
acabar por + infinitive
end by, finally
53 terms
AMSCO Idioms 1
dar a
dar con
dar cuerda
dar de beber a
face, look out upon
come upon, find
wind (a clock)
give a drink to
dar a
face, look out upon
dar con
come upon, find
AMSCO Idioms 2
acabar de +infinitive
acabar por + infinitive
acercarse a
acordarse de
have just
end by, finally
approach
remember
acabar de +infinitive
have just
acabar por + infinitive
end by, finally
AMSCO Idioms 1
dar a
dar con
dar cuerda
dar de beber a
face, look out upon
come upon, find
wind (a clock)
give a drink to
dar a
face, look out upon
dar con
come upon, find
58 terms
AMSCO 218-221 Idioms
avoir...ans
avoir beau + infinitif
avoir besoin de
avoir envie de
to be...years old
to (do something) in vain
to need
to feel like
avoir...ans
to be...years old
avoir beau + infinitif
to (do something) in vain
36 terms
Amsco Idioms 3
parecerse a
pensar + inf.
pensar de
pensar en
to resemble
to intend
to think of (have an opinion about)
to think of (direct one's thoughts to)
parecerse a
to resemble
pensar + inf.
to intend
Amsco Idioms 4 (a, de, en)
a causa de
a eso de
a fines de
a fondo
because of
at about + time
at the end of
thoroughly
a causa de
because of
a eso de
at about + time
49 terms
Amsco Idioms 4 (a, de, en)
a causa de
a eso de
a fines de
a fondo
because of
at about + time
at the end of
thoroughly
a causa de
because of
a eso de
at about + time
29 terms
AMSCO 65 Other Idioms
a dextro cornu
a sinistro cornu
in summo monte
magnum iter
on the right wing
on the left wing
on top of the mountain
a forced march
a dextro cornu
on the right wing
a sinistro cornu
on the left wing
15 terms
AMSCO 2 Idioms
to have just
to lean against
to look out of, appear at
to marry
acabar de
apoyarse en
asomarse a
casarse con
to have just
acabar de
to lean against
apoyarse en
Idioms
TO BE AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
TO BE ALL EARS
TO BE A COUCH POTATO
to exercise to be healthier and fit
To be very easy
to listen very carefully
to be lazy and watch TV a lot, comfortably sitting in your so…
TO BE AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
to exercise to be healthier and fit
TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
To be very easy
52 terms
Amsco Idioms p.180-184
acabar de+infinitive
acabar por+infinitive
dar a
dar un abrazo
to have just
to end by, to finally
to face, to look out upon
to embrace
acabar de+infinitive
to have just
acabar por+infinitive
to end by, to finally
idioms
Have Bigger Fish to Fry
Eat Like a Pig
Raining Cats and Dogs
let the cat out of the bag
Have more important things to do
Someone who eat too much
Something that you say when it is raining to much
let someone know a secret
Have Bigger Fish to Fry
Have more important things to do
Eat Like a Pig
Someone who eat too much
22 terms
idioms
A hot potato
A penny for your thoughts
Actions speak louder than words
Add insult to injury
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than…
To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unf…
A hot potato
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A penny for your thoughts
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
Idiom
An arm and a leg
Beat around the bush
Blessing in disguise
Can't judge a book by its cover
very expensive
Avoiding the main topic
Something good that isn't recognized at first.
Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.... I don't like…
An arm and a leg
very expensive
Beat around the bush
Avoiding the main topic
13 terms
Idioms
hold your horses
foot the bill
wake up on the wrong side of the bed
zip your lips
wait a moment, be patient
to pay for something
wake up feeling grumpy and tired
stop talking or be quiet
hold your horses
wait a moment, be patient
foot the bill
to pay for something
7 terms
Idioms
Mr. Gonzales told us to break a leg
That man in the boat is *on a wild goo…
Mr. Antonio is *barking up the wrong t…
I need to spill the beans to reveal…
A way to wish someone good luck.
A useless journey or pursuit.
To choose the wrong course of action.
To tell a secret.
Mr. Gonzales told us to break a leg
A way to wish someone good luck.
That man in the boat is *on a wild goo…
A useless journey or pursuit.
Idiom
Bite the bullet
Break the ice
Butter someone up
Mad as a hatter
to accept something difficult or unpleasant
to break off a conflict or commence a friendship
to impress someone with flattery
to be completely crazy
Bite the bullet
to accept something difficult or unpleasant
Break the ice
to break off a conflict or commence a friendship
8 terms
Idioms
keep your head
lose your head
laugh/scream/shout your head off
bang or hit your head against a brick…
keep calm
panic or lose control
laugh/scream/shout very much and very loud
ask someone to do something which they won't do
keep your head
keep calm
lose your head
panic or lose control
283 terms
Idioms
a hot potato
a penny for your thoughts
actions speak louder than words
add insult to injury
a problematic issue
I would like to know what you are thinking about
what someone does is more important than what someone says
act in a way that makes a bad situation worse
a hot potato
a problematic issue
a penny for your thoughts
I would like to know what you are thinking about
idioms
A hot potato
A penny for your thoughts
Actions speak louder than words
Add insult to injury
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than…
To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unf…
A hot potato
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A penny for your thoughts
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
Idioms
"My stomach is growling."
"I can't keep my eyes open."
"I'm jumping for joy!"
"I'm seeing red!"
I am very hungry.
I am very tired.
I am very happy.
I'm furious!
"My stomach is growling."
I am very hungry.
"I can't keep my eyes open."
I am very tired.
25 terms
Idiom
To raise a white flag
Yellow bellied
Golden opporunity
Chicken out
Surrender or give up
scared
A good opportunity that is not likely to repeat
to be frightened
To raise a white flag
Surrender or give up
Yellow bellied
scared
6 terms
Idioms
have stars in one's eyes
pop the questions
get cold feet
tie the knot
fall in love
propose
get nervous
get married
have stars in one's eyes
fall in love
pop the questions
propose
Idioms
Feeling blue
Go with the flow
Off the hook
Hit the sack
Feeling sad or depressed ... "I was feeling blue today after I…
To accept a situation without trying to change it.... "Instead…
Getting out of trouble or an unexpected responsibility. ... "Yo…
To go to bed.... "I'm ready to hit the sack, I had a long day!"…
Feeling blue
Feeling sad or depressed ... "I was feeling blue today after I…
Go with the flow
To accept a situation without trying to change it.... "Instead…
9 terms
Idioms
Don't let the cat out of the bag
Holding the trench
Apple of my eye
Blood is thicker than water
This means do not tell a secret.
This means suffering or feeling sad
This means someone who is cherished above all others.
This means family bond is closer than anything else.
Don't let the cat out of the bag
This means do not tell a secret.
Holding the trench
This means suffering or feeling sad
IDIOMS
pressed for time
cut something short
bide one's time
drag one's feet
you do not have enough time
interrupt someone or something; bring an abrupt or premature…
wait quietly for a good opportunity to do something
be deliberately slow or reluctant to act
pressed for time
you do not have enough time
cut something short
interrupt someone or something; bring an abrupt or premature…
30 terms
Idioms
Break a leg!
Costs and arm and a leg!
From Dawn til Dusk
They are a dime a dozen.
Good luck!
Costs a lot of money
From morning until the evening
They are easy to find, and not very valuable
Break a leg!
Good luck!
Costs and arm and a leg!
Costs a lot of money
21 terms
IDIOMS
TO BE AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
TO BE ALL EARS
TO BE A COUCH POTATO
to exercise to be healthier and fit
To be very easy
to listen very carefully
to be lazy and watch TV a lot, comfortably sitting in your so…
TO BE AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
to exercise to be healthier and fit
TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
To be very easy
20 terms
Idioms
She is pulling my leg
When will you drop them a line?
You should keep an eye out for that
I can't keep my head above water
to pull someone's leg means to trick them by telling them som…
to drop someone a line means to send a note to or call someone
to keep an eye out for something means to maintain awareness…
to keep one's head above water means to manage a situation
She is pulling my leg
to pull someone's leg means to trick them by telling them som…
When will you drop them a line?
to drop someone a line means to send a note to or call someone
idioms
A hot potato
A penny for your thoughts
Actions speak louder than words
Add insult to injury
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than…
To further a loss with teasing or making fun to worsen an bad…
A hot potato
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A penny for your thoughts
A way of asking what someone is thinking.
25 terms
idioms
kill two birds with one stone
see which way the wind blows
mum's the word
rob Peter to pay Paul
to completetwo tasks at once with a single action
to know what is likely to happen in a particular situation
to keep a secret
to take from one in order to give something owed to another
kill two birds with one stone
to completetwo tasks at once with a single action
see which way the wind blows
to know what is likely to happen in a particular situation
10 terms
idioms
We see eye to eye.
Time flies when you're having fun.
Dad was pulling my leg.
That was a piece of cake!
We agree.
Time passes quickly.
He was joking with me.
That was easy.
We see eye to eye.
We agree.
Time flies when you're having fun.
Time passes quickly.
70 terms
Latin Idioms (AMSCO Book 2)
grātiās agere
vītam agere
cōnsilium capere
sē recipere
to thank (lit., to do thanks)
to live a life (lit., to do life)
to form a plan (lit., to capture a plan)
to retreat (lit., to take back oneself)
grātiās agere
to thank (lit., to do thanks)
vītam agere
to live a life (lit., to do life)
10 terms
Idioms
Mr. Gonzales told us to break a leg.
Wild Goose Chase
No room to swing a cat
Pay through the nose
A way to wish someone good luck.
A useless journey or pursuit.
There is not a lot of space.
To pay a lot of money, more than is normal.
Mr. Gonzales told us to break a leg.
A way to wish someone good luck.
Wild Goose Chase
A useless journey or pursuit.
5 terms
IDIOMS
a little bird told me
a drop in the ocean
a chip on your shoulder
jump the gun
said if you know who gave you the information being discussed…
a very small amount compared to the amount needed:
an angry attitude from someone who feels unfairly treated:
to do something too soon, especially without thinking careful…
a little bird told me
said if you know who gave you the information being discussed…
a drop in the ocean
a very small amount compared to the amount needed:
60 terms
Idioms
raining cats and dogs
let the cat out of the bag
kick the bucket
chip on someone's shoulder
rain a lot
ruin a secret surprise
pass away, die
describes a mean person or bully
raining cats and dogs
rain a lot
let the cat out of the bag
ruin a secret surprise
10 terms
idioms
We see eye to eye.
Time flies when you're having fun.
Dad was pulling my leg.
That was a piece of cake!
We agree.
Time passes quickly.
He was joking with me.
That was easy.
We see eye to eye.
We agree.
Time flies when you're having fun.
Time passes quickly.
10 terms
Idioms
Mr. Gonzales taught us to *break a leg…
That man in the boat is *having a wild…
Our apartment in Manila are *having no…
The employee of the month received *a…
A way to wish someone good luck.
A useless journey or pursuit.
There is not a lot of space.
To pay a lot of money, more than is normal.
Mr. Gonzales taught us to *break a leg…
A way to wish someone good luck.
That man in the boat is *having a wild…
A useless journey or pursuit.
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