English Picture Idioms 365

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도서소개

《English Picture Idioms 365》는 하루에 한 가지 숙어를 익혀 1년간 총 365가지의 숙어를 배울 수 있도록 구성돼 있다. 숙어 표현과 함께 흥미로운 삽화가 소개되어 있어 영어학습에 있어 지루할 틈이 없다. 영어 단어와 마찬가지로 영어 숙어도 알고만 있으면 소용없는 일이다. 숙어를 활용해 일상생활 속 대화문에 녹여낼 줄 알아야 한다. 하루에 하나씩 배우는 영어 숙어로 다양한 문장을 스스로 만들어가다 보면 어느 순간 나의 영어 구사력이 원어민과 비교해 보아도 손색이 없을 만큼 자연스러워질 수 있을 것이다.

저자소개

경희대학교 사범대학 영어교육과를 졸업 후 미국 Vermont의 St. Michael’s College에서 TESOL 석사 학위를 취득, 인천과 강원도 소재의 고등학교에서 영어 교사로 20년 동안 재직 중에 있다. 다수의 EBSi 수능영어와 EBSe 영어프로그램에 10여 년 동안 출연하였고, EBS 독해, 듣기 및 문법 교재를 포함한 다양한 중, 고등학교 영어교재 및 7차와 8차 중학교 개정 교과서 작업에 참여하였다. 단독 저서로는 《달랑 한권으로 끝내는 만화 영문법》(성안당), 《All New Time for Gramma》(YBM), 《즉석 영어회화패턴 900》(반석출판사) 등이 있다. 최근에는 다양한 교재의 삽화 일러스트로도 활동하고 있다.

목차소개

들어가며 …4

001. eat a horse …12
002. ace a test …13
003. hit the road …14
004. be all ears …15
005. be tied up …16
006. bite the bullet …17
007. miss the boat …18
008. cost an arm and a leg …19
009. a piece of cake …20
010. under the weather …21
011. blow one away …22
012. hit the nail on the head …23
013. the hair of the dog …24
014. speak of the devil …25
015. pull one’s leg …26
016. kick one’s butt …27
017. a stone’s throw away …28
018. freak one out …29
019. keep an eye on …30
020. twist one’s arm …31
021. pitch in …32
022. pull oneself together …33
023. get cold feet …34
024. sit tight …35
025. get over it …36
026. keep one’s chin up …37
027. chicken out …38
028. work for peanuts …39
029. go viral …40
030. grab a bite …41
031. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder …42
032. pig out …43
033. be up in the air …44
034. ring a bell …45
035. go cold turkey …46
036. break a leg …47
037. have no backbone …48
038. cut to the chase …49
039. get the hang of …50
040. hang in there …51
041. once in a blue moon …52
042. be flat broke …53
043. wear beer goggles …54
044. go with the flow …55
045. get goosebumps …56
046. have a ball …57
047. keep one’s eyes peeled …58
048. jump the gun …59
049. go overboard …60
050. behave oneself …61
051. give ~ a heads up …62
052. a far cry …63
053. sit on the fence …64
054. cheesy …65
055. make fun of …66
056. stick to …67
057. screw up …68
058. a rule of thumb …69
059. Don’t bite off more than you can chew …70
060. when pigs fly …71
061. cut the cheese …72
062. bend over backwards …73
063. get away with …74
064. stab one in the back …75
065. run on empty …76
066. daily grind …77
067. caught red-handed …78
068. get a grip …79
069. a needle in a haystack …80
070. chill out …81
071. hold your horses …82
072. been there, done that …83
073. drive one nuts …84
074. on the ball …85
075. skeleton in the closet …86
076. out of one’s league …87
077. break up with …88
078. cry wolf …89
079. with a fine-tooth comb …90
080. have a falling out …91
081. on pins and needles …92
082. on the house …93
083. fair enough …94
084. kick the bucket …95
085. get out of here …96
086. get under one’s skin …97
087. spill the beans …98
088. give one a break …99
089. hook up with …100
090. Your eyes are bigger than your stomach …101
091. I’m game …102
092. a knuckle sandwich …103
093. look/feel like a million dollars …104
094. sleep tight …105
095. a baker’s dozen …106
096. out of left field …107
097. a red flag …108
098. out of the blue …109
099. back on one’s feet …110
100. Look who’s talking …111
101. go belly up …112
102. fall for …113
103. wrap one’s head around …114
104. keep one’s guard up …115
105. in a nutshell …116
106. go out of one’s way …117
107. wake up on the wrong side of the bed …118
108. rat on …119
109. off the top of one’s head …120
110. over the moon …121
111. tighten one’s belt …122
112. beat around the bush …123
113. on thin ice …124
114. in the same boat …125
115. work against the clock …126
116. catch one off guard …127
117. catch one’s drift …128
118. water under the bridge …129
119. tie the knot …130
120. by the skin of one’s teeth …131
121. come down with …132
122. a fish out of water …133
123. have a crush on …134
124. back out …135
125. cherry-pick …136
126. wear the pants …137
127. The tables have turned …138
128. a drop in the bucket …139
129. get ~ out of one’s system …140
130. drink like a fish …141
131. (It) beats me …142
132. dig in …143
133. close, but no cigar …144
134. take a hike …145
135. hang out with …146
136. call it a day …147
137. easy come, easy go …148
138. the spitting image of …149
139. crash at …150
140. pull off …151
141. wag the dog …152
142. easier said than done …153
143. head over heels …154
144. make one’s day …155
145. the apple of one’s eye …156
146. go down the drain …157
147. one of a kind …158
148. low-hanging fruit …159
149. have a sweet tooth …160
150. make oneself at home …161
151. rain cats and dogs …162
152. it’s not rocket science …163
153. keep one’s fingers crossed …164
154. down the road …165
155. under the table …166
156. knock on wood …167
157. have two left feet …168
158. rise and shine …169
159. every walk of life …170
160. bury the hatchet …171
161. rub one the wrong way …172
162. in a pickle …173
163. get one’s act together …174
164. a slap on the wrist …175
165. just around the corner …176
166. cut one some slack …177
167. time flies …178
168. a shotgun wedding …179
169. to die for …180
170 act your age, not your shoe size …181
171. have one’s head in the clouds …182
172. that'll be the day …183
173. a couch potato …184
174. learn ~ by heart …185
175. all bark and no bite …186
176. right up one’s alley …187
177. drag one’s feet …188
178. keep a straight face …189
179. have butterflies in one’s stomach …190
180. sleep a wink …191
181. the short end of the stick …192
182. breeze through …193
183. a-toss-up …194
184. get stood up …195
185. roll up one’s sleeves …196
186. hit the sack …197
187. win one over …198
188. push one around …199
189. take one’s mind off …200
190. what goes around comes around …201
191. food for thought …202
192. have an eye for …203
193. steal one’s thunder …204
194. from scratch …205
195. put one’s money where one’s mouth is …206
196. gain(have) the upper hand …207
197. no strings attached …208
198. buy a lemon …209
199. give it a shot …210
200. in a heartbeat …211
201. get out of hand …212
202. throw one under the bus …213
203. keep one posted …214
204. walk on cloud nine …215
205. like a broken record …216
206. a ballpark figure …217
207. in the heat of the moment …218
208. turn a blind eye …219
209. follow in one’s footsteps …220
210. hold up …221
211. a taste of one’s own medicine …222
212. face the music …223
213. keep one’s nose clean …224
214. in the nick of time …225
215. lighten up …226
216. fool around …227
217. put two and two together …228
218. knock it off …229
219. boss one around …230
220. give one a hand …231
221. stick to one’s guns …232
222. in the bag …233
223. full of hot air …234
224. ride shotgun …235
225. sleep on it …236
226. think outside the box …237
227. put one’s foot in one’s mouth …238
228. the icing on the cake …239
229. larger than life …240
230. get on one’s nerves …241
231. in one’s bad books …242
232. pull the plug …243
233. bite one’s tongue …244
234. dead as a doornail …245
235. stick up for …246
236. get on one’s back …247
237. right off the bat …248
238. not the sharpest tool in the shed …249
239. chew one out …250
240. push one’s buttons …251
241. burn one’s bridges …252
242. the ball is in one’s court …253
243. a third wheel …254
244. over one’s dead body …255
245. slip one’s mind …256
246. kiss and make up …257
247. suck up to …258
248. go the extra mile …259
249. smoke like a chimney …260
250. leave no stone unturned …261
251. sell like hotcakes …262
252. start off on the wrong foot …263
253. beat a dead horse …264
254. bark up the wrong tree …265
255. have the nerve to …266
256. make heads or tails of …267
257. tongue in cheek …268
258. put the pedal to the metal …269
259. get the show on the road …270
260. have a long way to go …271
261. go back a long way …272
262. flip the bird …273
263. rob the cradle …274
264. pop in …275
265. take a rain check …276
266. get along well with …277
267. pass the buck onto …278
268. between a rock and a hard place …279
269. sleep like a log …280
270. hit the bull’s-eye …281
271. know the ropes …282
272. cat got one’s tongue? …283
273. pie in the sky …284
274. blow one’s cover …285
275. call one names …286
276. take sides with …287
277. sick and tired of …288
278. have a heart of gold …289
279. ants in one’s pants …290
280. see it coming …291
281. pick one’s brain …292
282. on the same page …293
283. mind one’s p’s and q’s …294
284. have a big mouth …295
285. read between the lines …296
286. throw in the towel …297
287. play hooky …298
288. back to square one …299
289. butter one up …300
290. hit the books …301
291. kick back and relax …302
292. there’s no such thing as a free lunch …303
293. let the cat out of the bag …304
294. soup’s on …305
295. the other way around …306
296. when push comes to shove …307
297. make one’s mouth water …308
298. lend one an ear …309
299. a low blow …310
300. way to go …311
301. in hindsight …312
302. hedge one’s bets …313
303. be written in stone …314
304. bad blood between ~ …315
305. a Dear John letter …316
306. go out on a limb …317
307. get into the swing of …318
308. put ~ on the back burner …319
309. over the hill …320
310. lay a guilt trip on …321
311. horse around …322
312. off the record …323
313. from rags to riches …324
314. a total gong show …325
315. under one’s breath …326
316. go for it …327
317. push one’s luck …328
318. one’s best bet …329
319. have thin skin …330
320. blow one’s own horn …331
321. from the cradle to the grave…332
322. run in the family …333
323. set one up …334
324. cramp one’s style …335
325. cheat on …336
326. drop the ball …337
327. mess with one …338
328. burn the candle at both ends …339
329. be saved by the bell …340
330. hit on …341
331. fall off the wagon …342
332. rock the boat …343
333. hit it off …344
334. a dime a dozen …345
335. as sick as a dog …346
336. run ~ into the ground …347
337. make a big deal out of …348
338. a slip of the tongue …349
339. go for broke …350
340. watch one’s mouth …351
341. get down to business …352
342. go figure …353
343. step up one’s game …354
344. dressed to kill …355
345. have a bad hair day …356
346. a level playing field …357
347. off the hook …358
348. be cut out …359
349. in one’s shoes …360
350. fight a losing battle …361
351. ask for it …362
352. go too far …363
353. go through the motions …364
354. a chip off the old block …365
355. put one’s heart into …366
356. fit like a glove …367
357. make a scene …368
358. it takes two to tango …369
359. get high …370
360. shake a leg …371
361. laugh one’s head off …372
362. kill time …373
363. a backseat driver …374
364. wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve …375
365. that’s a wrap …376

정답 …378

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