Weather Idioms – Lesson 1
Here are some examples of English idioms that use the weather. As you work through these lessons you will notice they go in alphabetical order. Lesson 1 below has words starting with the letters A – B.
As right as rain
This means to be healthy, especially after being ill.
Example: I have been off work for week, but I’m right as rain now.
Be a breeze
If something is a breeze, it is very easy to do.
Example: My English test was a breeze. I answered all the questions in less than 10 minutes.
Be snowed under
To be snowed under means to have too much to do.
Example: I’m snowed under at the moment because I have three reports to write and four tests to study for.
If you liked this lesson, why not try Lesson 2?