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'200 idioms you should know' for MBA entrance exams

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'200 idioms you should know' for MBA entrance exams

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Course Overview

'200 idioms you should know' is a compilation of 200 popularly used idioms along with its usage explained in the form of short stories / day-to-day conversations. In addition to learning the meaning of these 200 idioms you will also have a thorough understanding of how to use these idioms correctly.


Requirements

Ability to read & comprehend basic English

Learning Outcomes

  • - Ability to use idioms correctly 
    - Application of idioms in day-to-day conversations
    - Identifying common errors while using idioms 

Features

  • Assured Certification
  • Self Paced Learning
  • Unlimited 3-week access

Course Curriculum

  • Lecture: 1
    1) A breath of fresh air
  • Lecture: 2
    2) A clean bill of health
  • Lecture: 3
    3) A whole new ball game
  • Lecture: 4
    4) Achilles heel
  • Lecture: 5
    5) Add fuel to the fire
  • Lecture: 6
    6) Alive and kicking
  • Lecture: 7
    8) Any port in a storm
  • Lecture: 8
    7) An arm and a leg
  • Lecture: 9
    9) Banana republic
  • Lecture: 10
    10) Flog a dead horse
  • Lecture: 11
    11) Bitter pill to swallow
  • Lecture: 12
    12) Blow a fuse
  • Lecture: 13
    13) Build bridges
  • Lecture: 14
    14) Call a spade a spade
  • Lecture: 15
    15) Come clean
  • Lecture: 16
    16) Rain or shine
  • Lecture: 17
    17) Cry wolf
  • Lecture: 18
    18) Dead to the world
  • Lecture: 19
    19) Dog eat Dog
  • Lecture: 20
    20) Draw the short straw
  • Lecture: 21
    21) Eat humble pie
  • Lecture: 22
    22) Face the music
  • Lecture: 23
    23) Feel blue
  • Lecture: 24
    24) Fish for compliments
  • Lecture: 25
    25) Gain ground
  • Lecture: 26
    26) Get along like a house on fire
  • Lecture: 27
    27) Good fences make good neighbours
  • Lecture: 28
    28) Have a card up one’s sleeve
  • Lecture: 29
    29) Have an axe to grind
  • Lecture: 30
    30) Have bigger fish to fry
  • Lecture: 31
    31) Hit the nail on the head
  • Lecture: 32
    32) Horse of a different colour
  • Lecture: 33
    33) Eat my hat
  • Lecture: 34
    34) Itchy feet
  • Lecture: 35
    35) Jump on the bandwagon
  • Lecture: 36
    36) Keep the wolf from the door
  • Lecture: 37
    37) Kick the bucket
  • Lecture: 38
    38) Lame duck
  • Lecture: 39
    39) Let sleeping dogs lie
  • Lecture: 40
    40) Magic wand
  • Lecture: 41
    41) Make a mountain out of a molehill
  • Lecture: 42
    42) Make waves
  • Lecture: 43
    43) Mark my words
  • Lecture: 44
    44) Miss the boat
  • Lecture: 45
    45) Necessity is the mother of invention
  • Lecture: 46
    46) Not enough room to swing a cat
  • Lecture: 47
    47) Not hold water
  • Lecture: 48
    48) Over my dead body
  • Lecture: 49
    49) Pass the hat around
  • Lecture: 50
    50) Play second fiddle
  • Lecture: 51
    51) Put one’s shoulder to the wheel
  • Lecture: 52
    52) Set the cat among pigeons
  • Lecture: 53
    53) Put words in someone’s mouth
  • Lecture: 54
    54) Rain cats and dogs
  • Lecture: 55
    55) Raised eyebrows
  • Lecture: 56
    56) Rome was not built in a day
  • Lecture: 57
    57) Red flag
  • Lecture: 58
    58) Raw deal
  • Lecture: 59
    59) Sell ice to Eskimos
  • Lecture: 60
    60) Set the ball rolling
  • Lecture: 61
    61) Sitting duck
  • Lecture: 62
    62) To brush under the carpet
  • Lecture: 63
    63) Salt of the earth
  • Lecture: 64
    64) Take for a ride
  • Lecture: 65
    65) Take to something like a duck to water
  • Lecture: 66
    66) The jury is out
  • Lecture: 67
    67) Throw in the towel
  • Lecture: 68
    68) Under one’s thumb
  • Lecture: 69
    69) Wake up on the wrong side of the bed
  • Lecture: 70
    70) Walk on air
  • Lecture: 71
    71) Walk the talk
  • Lecture: 72
    72) Wear your heart on your sleeve
  • Lecture: 73
    73) When pigs fly
  • Lecture: 74
    74) Weather the storm
  • Lecture: 75
    75) Wouldn’t be caught dead
  • Lecture: 76
    76) Yoke around someone’s neck
  • Lecture: 77
    77 ) Yellow journalism
  • Lecture: 78
    78) Call it a day
  • Lecture: 79
    79) Carry the ball
  • Lecture: 80
    80) Calm before the storm
  • Lecture: 81
    81) Cash cow
  • Lecture: 82
    82) Castles in the air
  • Lecture: 83
    83) Come hell or high water
  • Lecture: 84
    84) Come to terms with
  • Lecture: 85
    85) Cool as a cucumber
  • Lecture: 86
    86) Couch Potato
  • Lecture: 87
    87) Cog in the wheel
  • Lecture: 88
    88) Get in someone’s hair
  • Lecture: 89
    89) Green light
  • Lecture: 90
    90) Green eyed monster
  • Lecture: 91
    91) Cat out of the bag
  • Lecture: 92
    92) Lion’s share
  • Lecture: 93
    93) Love someone to death
  • Lecture: 94
    94) Dance on someone’s grave
  • Lecture: 95
    95) Devil-may-care
  • Lecture: 96
    96) Drag one’s feet
  • Lecture: 97
    97) Drop the subject
  • Lecture: 98
    98) Odd duck/Odd ball
  • Lecture: 99
    99) Old wives tales
  • Lecture: 100
    100) Cost a pretty penny
  • Lecture: 101
    101) Hit the road
  • Lecture: 102
    102) Have a blast
  • Lecture: 103
    103) Off the hook
  • Lecture: 104
    104) Pop one’s clogs
  • Lecture: 105
    105) Piece of cake
  • Lecture: 106
    106) Pull someone’s leg
  • Lecture: 107
    107) Right as rain
  • Lecture: 108
    108) Take the cake
  • Lecture: 109
    109) Through thick and thin
  • Lecture: 110
    110) You can say that again
  • Lecture: 111
    111) All and sundry
  • Lecture: 112
    112) All she wrote
  • Lecture: 113
    113) Ask for the moon
  • Lecture: 114
    114) Account for
  • Lecture: 115
    115) All sizzle and no steak
  • Lecture: 116
    116) Ante up
  • Lecture: 117
    117) Anything goes
  • Lecture: 118
    118) At first glance
  • Lecture: 119
    119) An earful
  • Lecture: 120
    120) All hell breaking loose
  • Lecture: 121
    121) A Man’s home is his castle
  • Lecture: 122
    122) All spruced up
  • Lecture: 123
    123) An Old warhorse
  • Lecture: 124
    124) All joking aside
  • Lecture: 125
    125) Across the pond
  • Lecture: 126
    126) Neck on the line
  • Lecture: 127
    127) All shook up
  • Lecture: 128
    128) As full as a tick
  • Lecture: 129
    129) Age before beauty
  • Lecture: 130
    130) You are only as good as your last shift
  • Lecture: 131
    131) Thank your lucky stars
  • Lecture: 132
    132) You don’t miss the water till the well runs dry
  • Lecture: 133
    133) You can’t make silk purse out of sow’s ears
  • Lecture: 134
    134) You can run but you cannot hide
  • Lecture: 135
    135) Young at heart
  • Lecture: 136
    136) You snooze, you lose
  • Lecture: 137
    137) You reap what you sow
  • Lecture: 138
    138) X marks the spot
  • Lecture: 139
    139) Variety is the spice of life
  • Lecture: 140
    140) Visit a spell
  • Lecture: 141
    141) Under fire
  • Lecture: 142
    142) Under a spell
  • Lecture: 143
    143) Below the belt
  • Lecture: 144
    144) Under one’s wing
  • Lecture: 145
    145) Up and running
  • Lecture: 146
    146) Under the table
  • Lecture: 147
    147) Up and coming
  • Lecture: 148
    148) Unsung hero
  • Lecture: 149
    149) Right up your alley
  • Lecture: 150
    150) Uphill battle
  • Lecture: 151
    151) Upper crust
  • Lecture: 152
    152) Under the gun
  • Lecture: 153
    153) Under one’s skin
  • Lecture: 154
    154) Up in smoke
  • Lecture: 155
    155) Along/go along for the ride
  • Lecture: 156
    156) All washed up
  • Lecture: 157
    157) All the world’s a stage
  • Lecture: 158
    158) Back on one’s feet
  • Lecture: 159
    159) Back down/Back off/Fink off/Cop out
  • Lecture: 160
    160) Bang for the buck
  • Lecture: 161
    161) Paint oneself into a corner
  • Lecture: 162
    162) Blow someone/something out of the water
  • Lecture: 163
    163) Blow someone’s mind
  • Lecture: 164
    164) Bet dollars to donuts
  • Lecture: 165
    165) Bare one’s soul
  • Lecture: 166
    166) Bark worse than the bite
  • Lecture: 167
    167) Bat one’s eyelashes
  • Lecture: 168
    168) Be my guest
  • Lecture: 169
    169) Be all end all
  • Lecture: 170
    170) Be there or be square
  • Lecture: 171
    171) Beggars can’t be choosers
  • Lecture: 172
    172) Begs the question
  • Lecture: 173
    173) Before you can say jack robinson
  • Lecture: 174
    174) Beg to differ
  • Lecture: 175
    175) Throw a curve
  • Lecture: 176
    176) Blow the lid off
  • Lecture: 177
    177) Beside oneself
  • Lecture: 178
    178) Bringing down the house
  • Lecture: 179
    179) Bringing home the bacon
  • Lecture: 180
    180) Blind leading the blind
  • Lecture: 181
    181) Blood is thicker than water
  • Lecture: 182
    182) Neck and neck
  • Lecture: 183
    183) Behind the eight ball
  • Lecture: 184
    184) Until one is blue in the face
  • Lecture: 185
    185) Going the extra mile
  • Lecture: 186
    186) Bone to pick with
  • Lecture: 187
    187) Bowl over
  • Lecture: 188
    188) Born with a silver spoon
  • Lecture: 189
    189) Bread and butter
  • Lecture: 190
    190) Break the spell
  • Lecture: 191
    191) Don’t sweat it
  • Lecture: 192
    192) Break it down
  • Lecture: 193
    193) Break into a sweat
  • Lecture: 194
    194) Break the bank
  • Lecture: 195
    195) Break his silence
  • Lecture: 196
    196) Bright eyed and bushy tailed
  • Lecture: 197
    197) By word of mouth
  • Lecture: 198
    198) Build a better mousetrap
  • Lecture: 199
    199) Bump into
  • Lecture: 200
    200) Bumper to bumper

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Rahul02 Jun, 2021

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Solid course. I recommend this to everyone preparing for entrance exams.

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