如果有人对你说“You rock”，你可千万不要以为是让你“滚”的意思。“You rock”其实是一句赞叹，相当于说“You are really great”。今天我们继续为大家奉上英语人士常用的习语。
1. you rock 你真棒
Thanks for the tickets, Rob. You rock!
2. cut sb some slack 给（某人）方便；对（某人）网开一面
- Andrew's late again.
- Cut him some slack - his wife's just had a baby."
3. come out swinging 开始相互攻击
After a day off, Hillary and Trump this morning again launched another hard week of campaigning, and they both came out swinging.
4. go up in flames 毁于一旦，受到重创
His career went up in flames when he was jailed for theft.
5. pull yourself together 恢复镇定；控制自己
I understand you’ve had a bad day, but pull yourself together and get on with your job, will you?
6. crunch time 关键时刻
I’m not getting enough sleep these days. It’s crunch time at work.
7. once in a blue moon 少有地
My sister lives in Alaska, so I only see her once in a blue moon.
8. tar sb with the same brush 认为……是一丘之貉
Because they worked so closely in the same department, John was tarred with the same brush as Tim.
9. hang in there 坚持住；挺住
Work can get tough in the middle of a term but hang on in there and it'll be OK.
10. shoot from the hip 鲁莽行动(或讲话)
Miss Lee, I have to apologize for shooting from the hip and yelling at you for losing the papers. I was in a big hurry and forgot I left them right here in my drawer.