Food Idioms - Beginner
Not my cup of Tea
A: How was the circus?
B: It was alright, I guess.
A: Really? I heard it was really good.
B: Maybe for some people. It just was not my cup of tea.
Piece of Cake
A: How was the test?
B: It was a piece of cake.
A: Really, I heard it was hard.
B: No, it was super easy.
Apples and Oranges
A: So how does you new job compare to your last job?
B: Totally different! It’s apples and oranges.
A: Oh, really? Which do you prefer?
B: Hard to say. Both have good and bad points.
A: I see.
Easy as Pie
A: So, what is your job?
B: I maintain the servers.
A: That sounds complicated.
B: It might, but it’s actually easy as pie.
A: For you maybe! Not for normal people.
Bread and Butter
A: So, what do you do for a living?
B: Well, I want to be an actress.
A: Oh, that is so interesting.
B: But, I don’t get much work.
A: Oh, then how do you get by?
B: I wait tables. That’s my bread and butter.
A: Well, anything to pay the bills.
Not my cup of tea
Not something I enjoy, not my preference
Piece of cake
Very easy to do
Apples and oranges
Easy as pie
Very easy to do
Bread and butter
Main source of income
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Six idioms about money (Part B)
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