Easy

as easy as pie

Meaning: an easy thing

Example: The results are sure to be good this time since the exam was as easy as a pie. Read on

a dime a dozen

Meaning: something very common and not having much value

Example: Adventure and traveling based reality shows are now outdated and a dime a dozen. Read on

a cinch

Meaning: an extremely easy task

Example: I have been preparing for this presentation for the last six months. This promotion will be a cinch for me. Read on

easy come, easy go

Meaning: readily won and readily lost

Example: I won a lot of money at the casino last night but lost it on my way out. Oh well, easy come, easy go. Read on

child’s play

Meaning: an informal expression meaning something that is easy to do

Example: If you practise enough, driving will eventually become child's play. Read on

a piece of cake

Meaning: very easy task

Example: Don't worry, Sophie - this job interview will be a piece of cake for you - you have all the skills they need and I think you're absolutely the best candidate. Read on

a bed of roses

Meaning: easy option

Example: Weight loss is a challenging task, not a bed of roses. Read on

ABC

Meaning: the alphabet (See example 1 and 2)

Example: My little son now has started learning ABC in school. Read on

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cry me a river

Meaning: usually used sarcastically to someone who is constantly complaining

Example: "My baby wouldn't sleep last night, I am so tired." "Cry me a river, Joan. I haven’t had a good night's sleep in years." Read on

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