In this English Alive post we share with you the correct use of some idioms that are phrases or expressions that typically presents a figurative, non-literal meaning attached to the phrase:
Juan : Hey Josh, how is it going?
Josh : I am doing great, what have you been up to lately?
Juan: I´ve been busy as a bee, by the way, Can you give me a hand with my class work? I am so behind and my teacher thinks he is the top banana of the faculty.
Josh: Well, I´m afraid I can´t do it this time, but my friend Sonia, she might help you because she is a peach.
Juan: I do really appreciate it if you can get a hold of her. I heard she just got a new job.
Josh: Yeah, but she is in a pickle at the moment. Because she needs to make a decision about her family business.
Juan: I can´t imagine how she might be feeling. But, I´m pretty sure that she will get through this difficult moment. She is always full of beans. If I were in her shoes, I would take the new job.
Josh: I believe it´s time for her to face the music. Well, Juan, Ive got to get going.
See you around.
Juan: Thanks a bunch for your help
Josh: No sweat.