Idioms and Phrases In HindiToday we are going to learn Idioms and Phrases in Hindi, so far we have seen many videos and articles based on Idioms and Phrases/Tenses (Active Voice)/Tenses (Passive Voice)/Advance Chapters/Additional chapters and so on. Now are going to have a look on a new style of teaching.
You are going to learn some very important and beautiful expression of English language.
In alpha-beta every Friday we learn new and interesting words therefore we call these chapters Handsome Fridays.
Put a price/value: means when someone is trying to influence to do something by money: Example: This policeman is very honest; don't try to put price on him. No matter how hard you try but he won't bear illegal activity in his area.
Sooner or later: means when we are talking about a situation that will fall by all means: Example: I am warning him not to make building on this swamp land, if he does then the building will collapse sooner or later.
Sink your differences: To harmonize, when you sink your differences then you forget the past incident that were wrong or bad and you start your relation from scratch.
Example: If we want to win the world cup then we need to sink our differences and play like a team
Cross your fingers: Hope for the best:
Example: I have a habit to cross my fingers before any important announcement.
Have a finger in the pie: means involvement in something
Example: Don't pass an accusing look at me; I don't have a finger in the pie.
Strike while the iron is hot: Act on the right time.
Example: Right now situation is not in your favor, strike while the iron is hot.
Idioms and Phrases In Hindi