Học Tiếng Anh qua Idioms (Trình độ Intermediate)

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to eat in/to eat out: to eat at home/to eat in a restaurant
• I feel too tired to go out for dinner. Let’s eat in again tonight.
• When you eat out, what restaurant do you generally go to?
cut and dried: predictable, known beforehand; boring
• The results of the national election were rather cut and dried; the Republicans won easily.
• A job on a factory assembly line is certainly cut and dried.
to look after: to watch, to supervise, to protect (also: to take care of, to keep an eye on)
• Grandma will look after the baby while we go to the lecture.
• Who is going to take care of your house plants while you are away?
• I’d appreciate it if you’d keep an eye on my car while I’m in the store.
to feel like: to have the desire to, to want to consider
This idiom is usually followed by a gerund (the -ing form of a verb used as a noun).
• I don’t feel like studying tonight. Let’s go to a basketball game.
• I feel like taking a long walk. Would you like to go with me?
once and for all: finally, absolutely
• My daughter told her boyfriend once and for all that she wouldn’t date him anymore.
• Once and for all, John has quit smoking cigarettes.
to hear from: to receive news or information from
To hear from is used for receiving a letter, telephone call, etc., from a person or organization.
• I don’t hear from my brother very often since he moved to Chicago.
• Have you heard from the company about that new job?
to hear of: to know about, to be familiar with; to consider (The second definition is always used in the
• When I asked for directions to Mill Street, the police officer said that she had never heard of it.
• Byron strongly disagreed with my request by saying, «I won’t hear of if!»
to make fun of: to laugh at, to joke about
• They are making fun of Carlo’s new hair style. Don’t you think that it’s really strange?
• Don’t make fun of Jose’s English. He’s doing the best he can.
to come true: to become reality, to prove to be correct
• The weatherman’s forecast for today’s weather certainly came true.
• Everything that the economists predicted about the increased cost of living has come true.
as a matter of fact: really, actually (also: in fact)
• Hans thinks he knows English well but, as a matter of fact, he speaks very poorly.
• I didn’t say that. In fact I said quite the opposite.
to have one’s way: to arrange matters the way one wants (especially when someone else ...
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