English and ICT Skills for Life
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Communicating In Social Contexts
Travelling | Weather idioms
As right as rain
to feel fine and healthy.
Be snowed under
to have so much to do that you are having trouble doing it all.
Break the ice
to say or do something to make someone feel relaxed or at ease in a social setting.
Calm before the storm
the quiet, peaceful period before a moment of great activity or mayhem.
when someone tries to do something that they will not achieve.
Every cloud has a silver lining
There is always something positive to come out of an unpleasant or difficult situation.
He has his head in the clouds
to be out of touch of reality. Your ideas may not be sensible or practical.
It never rains but it pours
when things don't just go wrong but very wrong and other bad things happen too.
Put on ice
to postpone for another day.
Ray of hope
there is a chance hat something positive will happen
Safe for a rainy day
to save or the future when it might suddenly be needed
Storm in a teacup
when someone makes small problem larger than it really is
Be under the weather
not to feel very well
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