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English Idioms: Here are some common idioms and their meanings as they are used in day to day English. Have fun practicing them! A little bird told me: If someone doesn't want to say where they got some information from, they can say that a little bird told them. A pretty penny: If something costs a pretty penny, it is very expensive. A textbook case: A textbook case is a classic or common example of something. A watched pot never boils: Some things work out in their own time, so being impatient and constantly checking will just make things seem longer. Ace up your sleeve: If you have an ace up your sleeve, you have something that will give you an advantage that other people don't know about. Neck of the woods: If someone talks about their neck of the woods, they mean the area where they live. Night owl: A night owl is someone who goes to bed very late. Off the chart: If something goes off the chart, it far exceeds the normal standards, good or bad, for something. On a roll: If you're on a roll, you're moving from success to success. Wake up and smell the coffee: When someone doesn't realize what is really happening or is not paying enough attention to events around them, you can tell them to wake up and smell the coffee.
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