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30 MOST COMMON INTERVIEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

The list of the most popular English idioms

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A pretty penny  
About face  
Ace up your sleeve  
Achilles` heel  
Act high and mighty  
Act on someone`s advice  
Adam`s apple  
Alike as two peas  
All ears  
All heart  
All in a day`s work  
All set  
All skin and bone  
All that glitters is not gold  
All the tea in China ( not for all the tea in China )  
All your eggs in one basket ( to put all your eggs in one basket)  
All`s well that ends well  
An apple of discord  
An apple a day keeps the doctor away  
An old flame  
Ants in your pants  
Any Tom, Dick or Harry  
Apple of your eye  
Arm and a leg  
Armed to the teeth  
Around the clock  
As a rule  
As cold as ice ( równie┼╝ as cold as stone )  
As cool as a cucumber  
As good as new  
As mad as a wrongly shot hog  
As much use as a handbrake on a canoe  
As neat as a new pin  
As one man  
At a loss  
At a snail`s pace  
At arm`s length  
At cross purposes  
At death`s door  
At each other`s throats  
At large  
At loggerheads  
At loose ends  
At odds  
At once  
At sea  
At the drop of a hat  
At the end of the day  
At the fore  
At the top of your voice  
At your wits` end  
Aunt Sally  
Awe inspiring  
AWOL  
Axe to grind (have an axe to grind)  
Babe in arms  
Babe in the woods  
Backseat driver  
Bad blood  
Bad egg  
Bag of nerves  
Bar fly  
Be all fingers and thumbs  
Bean counter  
Bear fruit  
Beat around the bush  
Bedroom eyes  
Bee in your bonnet  
Beeline for  
Bee`s Knees  
Before you can say Jack Robinson  
Behind bars  
Behind the times  
Behind closed doors  
Behind someone`s back  
Below the belt  
Benjamin of the family  
Beside yourself  
Beside the point  
Better late than never  
Better safe than sorry  
Between the devil and the deep blue sea  
Between the lines  
Big Apple  
Big cheese  
Big Easy  
Big fish  
Bird-brain  
Birds and the bees  
Birthday suit  
Black sheep  
Blue blood  
Bolt from the blue  
Bone of contention  
Butterflies in your stomach  
By all means  
By a whisker  
By heart  
By the book  
By the skin of your teeth  
By the cringe  
Call a spade a spade  
Castles in the air  
Cat`s whiskers  
Catch someone red-handed  
Chalk and cheese  
Chip off the old block  
Clean hands  
Come to grips  
Come what may  
Cost a bomb  
Couch potato  
Crocodile tears  
Curiosity killed the cat  
Cut loose  
Cutting edge  
Dead air  
Dead and burried  
Dice with death  
Die in the last ditch  
Dog in the manager  
Daily dozen  
Dead easy  
Donkey`s years  
Drive someone mad  
Drop in the market  
Dead duck  
Dutch courage  
Each and every  
Easier said than done  
easy come easy go  
Eeasy on the eye  
Enough is enough  
Feel washed out  
For a laugh  
For fun  
For good  
For the time being  
From scratch  
From the bottom of one`s heart  
Get on sb`s nerves  
Get rid of something  
Give-and-take  
Go halves  
Go to extremes  
Go to waste  
Go up in smoke  
Grind to a halt  
Hand in hand  
Have a hunch  
Have clean hands  
Have sth at one`s fingertips  
Hit the headlines  
Hit the jackpot  
Hush money  
In a nutshell  
In bulk  
Joking apart  
Just in case  
Keep a straight face  
Leave someone in the lurch  
Little by little  
Made of money  
Make a noise  
More or less  
Mum is the word  
No matter  
Off the cuff  
On occasion  
On the dole  
Out of order  
Over my dead body  
Put in jeopardy  
Rat race  
Red tape  
Rule of thumb  
Run riot  
Safe and sound  
Save the situation  
Sick and tired  
Sing a different song  
Small talk  
Snake in the grass  
Spitting image of sb  
Take for granted  
Take it easy  
Talk turkey  
Teach someone a lesson  
Teething troubles  
Think aloud  
Time is money  
To and fro  
To be in somebody`s shoes  
To throw a party  
Ugly duckling  
Ups and downs  
White lie  
With open arms  
Work wonders  
Young at heart  
Zero hour  

 

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