Home > Preview
The flashcards below were created by user
on FreezingBlue Flashcards.
see you around
- Have a good trip, see you around.
- It was good to catch up, hopefully I'll see you around sometime.
You've got to be kidding me!
- She's how old? 35? You've got to be kidding me! She looks 22!
- You've got to be kidding me! I refuse to believe that's true.
versenyt fut az idővel
against the clock
- I don't know if we can finish the report, we're really up against the clock. It has to be done by 7 tonight!
- I can't be bothered because I'm against the clock and really strapped for time.
elnézést a zavarásért
sorry to bother you
Sorry to bother you,
but could you re-send the email with the latest numbers from the report.
- Do you know a Starbucks nearby?
- No, I don't actually.
- Ok, sorry to bother you.
egyáltalán nincs igazad
(you are)...dead wrong
- Normally I respect your opinion, but in this case you are dead wrong.
- He was dead wrong to not show up to the meeting last Thursday.
a rendes kerékvágásban
In the swing of things
Just started the new job a couple of weeks ago and I'm finally in the swing of things.
Just got back from holiday and it might take a few days to get in the swing of things.
(heard it) from the horse's mouth
- I know it's true because I heard it from the horse's mouth herself.
- Did you hear it from the horse's mouth? If not, I can't be sure of the authentically.
What would you like to do?
Home > Flashcards > Print Preview