100 Conversational Phrases Pdf – Phrasal Verbs with Sentences

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It is the collection of conversational phrases that involve idioms, and idiom is the collection of two or more words which has proper meaning but not complete sense but give complete sense when attached to some other phrase or clause. A list of Phrasal verbs with sentences and pictures, List of Phrasal verbs with sentences pdf can be download from the bottom of this article.

 

Conversational Phrases List 1-30

 Idioms

Phrases

·        A bed of roses   Life is not a bed of roses.
·        A bed of thorns  Life is a bed of thorns.
·        A bird’s eye view  We had a bird’s eye view of Lahore from the airplane.
·        A black sheep  A black sheep spoils the whole flock.
·        A bone of contention  This house is a bone of contention between the two brothers.
·        A broken reed  Beware of him, he is a broken reed.
·        A burning question  Pollution is a burning question of today
·        A fish out of water  The mother feels like a fish out of water without her baby.
·        A child’s play  It is not a child’s play to pass the CSS examination.
·        A close-fisted person  A close-fisted person is disliked by everyone.
·        A far cry from  Lahore is far cry from Karachi.
·        A feather in one ‘scrap   His success in the CSS examination is a feather in his cap.
·        A gala day  Eid is a gala day for the Muslims.
·        A jailbird  He is a jailbird and is not afraid of going to prison.
·        A laughing stock  This tallboy is a laughing stock in our class.
·        A man of letters  Allama Iqbal was a man of letters.
·        A man of parts  Our Principal is a man of parts.
·        A rainy day  Wise people save a lot against a rainy day.
·        A narrow escapes OR A hair’s breadth  Ali had a narrow escape from this accident.
·        A snake in the grass  Aslam proved a snake in the grass to me.
·        A wet blanket  A wet blanket is disliked everywhere.
·        A wild goose chase  His attempt to go abroad was a wild goose chase.

 

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 Idioms

Phrases

·        Apple of one’s eye: Ali is the apple of his parent’s eyes.
·        Apple of discord: This house is an apple of discord between the two brothers.
·        At a stone’s throw: My office is at a stone’s throw from my house.
·        At one’s wit’s end: Lee was at his wit’s end on seeing the lion.
·        At large: The police let the culprit at large.
·        At daggers drawn: Both the brothers are at daggers drawn these days.
·        To be at home in: I am not at home in French.
·        At sixes and sevens: They left everything at sixes and sevens and went out.
·        At the eleventh hour: The meeting was put off at the eleventh hour.
·        A blind alley: The thief was caught in a blind alley.
·        A fool’s paradise: You live in a fool’s Paradise if you want to succeed without work.
·        A bluestocking: She is regarded as a bluestocking
·        A blessing in disguise: Heavy rain proved a blessing in disguise for the travelers.
·        A bolt from the blue: His father’s death was a bolt from the blue for him.
·        A lame excuse: Lame excuses disgrace man.
·        A Square deal: You should make a square deal with your workers.
·        Add insult to injury: Lee abused him and added insult to injury by saying that his father was a cheat.

 

Conversational Phrasal Verb / Idioms 30-60

 Idioms

Phrases

·        Apple of one’s eye: Ali is the apple of his parent’s eyes.
·        Apple of discord: This house is an apple of discord between the two brothers.
·        At a stone’s throw: My office is at a stone’s throw from my house.
·        At one’s wit’s end: Lee was at his wit’s end on seeing the lion.
·        At large: The police let the culprit at large.
·        At daggers drawn: Both the brothers are at daggers drawn these days.
·        To be at home in: I am not at home in French.
·        At sixes and sevens: They left everything at sixes and sevens and went out.
·        At the eleventh hour: The meeting was put off at the eleventh hour.
·        A blind alley: The thief was caught in a blind alley.
·        A fool’s paradise: You live in a fool’s Paradise if you want to succeed without work.
·        A bluestocking: She is regarded as a bluestocking
·        A blessing in disguise: Heavy rain proved a blessing in disguise for the travelers.
·        A bolt from the blue: His father’s death was a bolt from the blue for him.
·        A lame excuse: Lame excuses disgrace man.
·        A Square deal: You should make a square deal with your workers.
·        Add insult to injury: Lee abused him and added insult to injury by saying that his father was a cheat.

 

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 Idioms

Phrases

·        Aims at: Leone aims at becoming a doctor.
·        An oily tongue: He robbed the villager with his oily tongue
·        Ala Din’s lamp: Those who dream of Ala Din’s lamp, never succeed.
·        At one’s beck and call: We are at the beck and call & our leader.
·        To back out: we should not back out our promise.
·        To back up: Do not back up the rascals.
·        Bad blood: Do not create bad blood between these two friends.
·        Bag and baggage: Leave my house bag and baggage.
·        Better half: His better half leads him by a nose.
·        To be taken aback: I was taken aback seeing him among the gamblers.
·        To be taken in: Ali was taken in by his oily tongue.
·        To be in hot Sajid is in hot water nowadays.
·        To beat about the bush: He is in the habit of beating about the bush.
·        Birds of a feather: Birds of a feather flock together.
·        By heart: Iqbal has learned the poem by heart.
·        To blow out: Please blow out the candle.
·        Bosom friend: Anwar is my bosom friend and I trust in him.
·        To break the news: When I broke the news of his failure, he pulled a long face.

 

List of Conversational Phases List 60-100

 Idioms

Phrases

·        To break down: The car broke down on the way.
·        To break-in: Do not let him break into your house.
·        To break out: Cholera has broken out in the city.
·        To break the ice: I broke the ice when all were silent in the meeting.
·        Break into: A thief broke into his house and stole costly things.
·        To break up: The meeting broke up very soon.
·        To bring about: My advice brought about a great change in him.
·        Bring forth: The trees bring forth new leaves in the spring season.
·        To bring out: Anwar has brought out a new book.
·        To bring round: I brought him round in this matter.
·        To bring to book: The criminals should be brought to book.
·        To bring up: Ali was brought up by his uncle.
·        To burn midnight oil: He burnt the midnight oil to get the first position.
·        To bury the hatchet: Both the parties buried the hatchet and became friends again.

 

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Idioms

Phrases

·        By and large: (By and large, lee is a good man.)
·        By and by: (By and by Ali grew rich.)
·        To come out: At last, the fact came out.
·        To come over: He could not come over his difficulties.
·        To come to blows: After abusing each other, they came to blows.
·        To come to grief: Ali came to grief due to his misdeeds.
·        To come of age: He will come of age to the next ear.
·        To come to light: After investigation, many facts came to light.
·        Crocodile tears: He shed crocodile tears on the death of his brother-in-law.
·        To cry over spilled milk: It is no use crying over spilled milk.

 

Idioms

Phrases

·        To curry favor. We should not curry favor with others.
·        To cut down: Cut down your expenses to help the needy.
·        To call at: I shall call them at his house tomorrow.
·        To call in: Call in doctor, at once.
·        To call names: Calling names is a bad habit.
·        To call off: The clerks called of the strike.
·        To call on: My room-mate will call on his father tomorrow.
·        To call a spade a spade: Ali always calls a spade a spade.
·        To call in question: His dealings cannot be called in question.
·        To call to account: The Principal called the naughty student to account.
·        To carry on: Carry on your efforts in all the circumstances.
·        To carry one’s He has the ability to carry his point.

 

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