This List of common idioms and sayings (in everyday conversational English), can help to speak English by learning English idiomatic expressions. This is a list, which contains exactly 100 of the most common idioms and their meaning.
“Frog in my throat” means “to be unable to speak clearly because your throat feels dry or blocked”. Example: In the interview I got a frog in my throat and had to cough many times before I could answer the questions.
“There are plenty of fish in the sea” means “there are lots of possible girlfriends or boyfriends in the world”. Example: Mary was not a good wife. There are plenty of fish in the sea. Learning English can be fun!
Aggiungere il danno alla beffa "Add insult to injury" means "to hurt the feelings of a person who is already upset". Example: He said my clothes didn't suit me, and then to add insult to injury he said I needed to lose some weight!