10 wyrażeń dotyczących edukacji
a bookworm – a person unusually devoted to reading and study
She was always a bookworm when she was a kid.
to draw a blank – to fail to get an answer or a result
He asked me for my phone number and I drew a blank – I just couldn’t remember it.
a copycat – someone who has few ideas of their own and does or says exactly the same as someone else
You’re just a copycat!
to hit the books – to study
I can’t go out tonight. I need to hit the books.
a teacher’s pet – a student in a class who is liked best by the teacher and therefore treated better than the other students
Robert is just a teacher’s pet.
brainstorm – (of a group of people) to suggest a lot of ideas for future activity very quickly before considering some of them more carefully
The team got together to brainstorm (the project).
to skip class – not go to class
John is going to skip biology class tomorrow.
to pass with flying colours – to win, achieve, or accomplish something exceptionally well or very successfully
Eva passed her last exam with flying colours.
to show someone the ropes – to teach or introduce someone to either a general topic or a specific activity or skill
He showed me the ropes back when I was a kid.
as easy as ABC – very easy
Learning how to use a computer is as easy as ABC for the children.