person who like to read books
He was a bookworm
He loved to read.
- Hit the books
I gotta hit the books tonight
I have to study tonight.
- Don’t Judge a book by its cover
Snails too gross to eat.
- To be in someone’s good books
We use it when we want to say that a person is in someone else’s favor at the moment because they did something good.
If you’re in someone’s good books, they are pleased with you.
- By the book
follow the rules / follow the instructions
Police officers should do things by the books.
- To book
make a reserve something / make an appointment
I booked the meeting room for 3 pm.
- Read someone like a book
My students know I’m angry.
- Open book / Close book
Your thoughts are an open book.
“Close book” は “Open book” とは反対の意味
- To throw the book at someone
Judge Judy threw the book at me.
- Every trick in the book
I’ve tried every trick in the book to get my students to do their homework.
- The oldest trick in the book
a way of tricking someone which is still effective although it has been used a lot before
カンニングの答えを腕に書いておくのは、”The oldest trick in the book” だ
- In my book
In my opinion
She is very kind in my book.
- 13) は、以上のイディオムを組み合わせた一連の文章となっている。
未来予想図 Ⅱ／ドリームズ・カム・トゥルー （ピアノ solo）