Welcome back, everyone! I’m bringing to you today another special — TOEFL IDIOMS! I haven’t done this in some time, but here’s the next round!
something badly or to savesome time
|The architect cut corners on the bridge’s construction, which is why it eventually collapsed.|
|To go easy on
|I heard Rachel’s dad is sick, so we should
cut her some slack on this group project.
|Feeling sad or depressed.||Erika’s been feeling blue every since her
boyfriend broke up with her.
|Finding needle in ahaystack||Virtually
|These days, finding a job that doesn’t
require experience is like trying to find aneedle in a haystack.
|Sleep.||I have a big exam tomorrow, so I need toget some shut eye.|
|Put in extra
|Kelsey has the highest grades in our class since she always goes the extra mile with homework assignments.|
|Be patient.||I know it’s hard waiting for the exam
results, but you just need to hang in
|Hard up||Lack money.||Ellie knew I was hard up, so she paid for