We all compare ourselves to something or the other, so here are some phrases that will help you to compare people to something and help you to speak fluently.
Busy as a bee – The life of a bee is very hectic,bees spend a lot of time collecting pollen,nectar and water and they work non – stop. SO this phrase can be used for the people who have a very busy life.
Example – I’m sorry for not calling you back I have been busy as a bee.
Eat like a horse – Horse eats in abundance,so if you know a person who eats too much then you can say he eats like a horse.
Example – My brother eats like a horse and has gained too much weight.
As blind as a bat – Someone whose vision is very poor or is unable to see anything clearly.
Example – Without my glasses I’m as blind as a bat.
As cool as a cucumber – Cucumbers are very refreshing so this phrase is used for people who are very calm and composed.
Example – The politician was as cool as a cucumber in the interview with the aggressive journalist.
Sly as a fox – Someone who is sly as a fox is cunning and clever at getting what they want especially by deceiving people.
Example – Beware of the tricksters they are sly as a fox.
Like wildfire – If something such as news,gossips or rumors spreads very fast one can compare it to the wildfire.
Example – Her pregnancy news spread like wildfire.
Like a red flag to a bull – To say something to someone that would make the other person very angry or upset.
Example – Don’t mention Shane’s promotion to him it would be like a red flag to a bull.