Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

it (was/will be/should be) a breeze

it should be a breezeit was a breezeit will be a breeze
Meaning(s)
1) very easy (by comparison)
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    • the test/exam will be a breeze
  • Analysis

    Something which is a breeze is very easy or simple to do. Thiss expression is often used to talk about tests or exams that are easily passed with a little effort. This is an idiomatic phrase which is used in both social and professional contexts.

  • Social Examples (Advance)
    1. After all the hard work he had put in, he figured the exam would be a breeze.
    2. I had my interview this morning. The guy was really nice, so it was a breeze.
  • Professional Examples (Advance)
    1. We all have to complete the new training course before going back to work but I've been told it's a breeze and doesn't take very long.
    2. I thought this project would be a breeze but there is a lot more to it than I originally thought.
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