Common idioms in writing to share
Chinese not only contains a lot of interesting proverbs, but also many useful idioms, and after many children have studied Chinese for a period of time, they will buy a book named "Idiom Stories" at home to assist in learning. Today we will introduce you to some idioms that children will use in Chinese learning, if applied to composition, it can make the essay better！
Idioms to describe the seasons
chūn nuǎn huā kāi:Describe the warm weather, flowers and beautiful scenery in spring.
niǎo yǔ huā xiāng:Describe the lively scene when spring arrives, birds start to chirp, and flowers begin to bloom.
chūn yì àng rán:The spring atmosphere is very strong, and spring has fully arrived.
bǎi huā qí fàng:Various flowers bloom together, describing the vibrant appearance of spring.
jiāo yáng sì huǒ:Describe the intense sunlight as hot as fire illuminating the earth.
diàn shǎn léi míng:Describe the scene of a lot of lightning and thunder roaring in summer.
huī hàn rú yǔ:Sweat is like rain, and it describes sweating a lot due to hot weather or high temperatures.
lǜ shù chéng yīn:Describes the summer trees that grow emerald green leaves and cover them in shade.
qiū gāo qì shuǎng:Describe the clear autumn sky and pleasant climate.
yí yè zhī qiū:The metaphor is that the arrival of autumn can be detected through a fallen leaf.
qiū fēng xiāo sè:Describe the sound of autumn wind blowing trees as a metaphor for the arrival of autumn.
shuò guǒ léi léi:Describe the autumn fruits are ripe and hanging on the branches in bunches.
yín zhuāng sù guǒ:Describe the plain scene of white after snow in winter.
é máo dà xuě:The metaphor for snowflakes falling like goose feathers describes the snow falling heavily and fiercely.
bīng tiān xuě dì:Describe the snow and ice covering the earth, describe the weather as very cold.
bái xuě ái ái:Describe the white snowflakes as if they were reflected in silver light.
2.idioms to describe mood
jiē dà huān xǐ:Describe everyone as happy.
xīn xǐ ruò kuáng:Describe a state of extreme joy and almost madness.
xǐ bú zì shèng:Describe being so happy that you can't control yourself.
huān hū què yuè:Described as jumping up like a sparrow with joy and showing a very happy state.
chuí tóu sàng qì:Describe the appearance of lowering one's head and feeling weak when they are sad.
cháng xū duǎn tàn:Constantly sighing, describing the feeling as very bad.
yù yù guǎ huān:Describe feeling depressed and can’t be happy.
chóu méi bù zhǎn：Describe the appearance of frowning and unable to stretch due to bad mood.
xīn jí rú fén:The heart was so anxious that it was like it was on fire, and it was described as very anxious.
pò bù jí dài:It is too urgent to wait, and it is described as very urgent.
zuò lì bù ān:Whether sitting or standing, it is unstable, describing the mood of tension and emotional restlessness.
huǒ jí huǒ liǎo:Describe the anxiousness as if on fire, describe the situation as very tense and urgent.
bēi tòng yù jué:Describe a state of great sadness or even the end of life.
qì bù kě yǎng:Crying until can't lift head describes being extremely sad.
gān cháng cùn duàn:Describe the grief to the extreme, it seems that the liver and intestines are about to break, very painful.
tòng kū liú tì:Describe the feeling of being so sad that can't stop crying.
The above is the idiom that children often use in writing essays prepared for you today, remember to use it in writing. What other do you want to know? Contact us to leave a message!