A Piece Of Cake – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking
Today, I would like to introduce an intriguing idiom to you which is “a piece of cake“. Let find out what a piece of cake really means.
Very easy to do something
That business exam ?? That was a piece of cake.
Learning English is a piece of cake.
Can you do this Math problem? – A piece of cake.
While doing two question related to this idiom, you could memorise and use it effectively.
- There is a conversation between two friends. Read carefully and answer the question.
Jane: “Hi Mark, where are you going ?”
Mark: “Hi Jane, I’ve just finished my business management exam, and I’m going to the dormitory.”
Jane: “Oh, How about your exam? Was it difficult? I remember I have to take one next week.”
Mark: “Don’t worry, Jane. This exam is a piece of cake.”
What does Mark mean when he said: “This exam is a piece of cake”?
A. It is too difficult to gain a high score.
B. The exam is all about how to make a cake.
C. It is so easy to do.
D. It is useless.
- Fill the gap
Having a good command of a language is a piece of ……… if you practice it daily.
Hope all of you have the correct answers! Don’t forget to practice with these idioms every day.
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