9 Mar 0 A Piece of Cake by anglik English idiom: A Piece of Cake. Meaning: Something that’s easy; an activity that requires little effort to finish. Usage: It won’t be a piece of cake persuading her to go out with me on a date. English idiom – a piece of cake. English as a foreign language English as a second language Tags: A Piece of Cake, Idiom, Idioms Previous: The Elephant in the Room Next: Tenacious Related posts To Jump Off the Deep End 13/04/2017 anglik 0 Cheeky Monkey 07/04/2017 anglik 0 You can’t judge a book by its cover 01/04/2017 anglik 0 Ball is in your court 21/03/2017 anglik 0 The Elephant in the Room 04/03/2017 anglik 0 Burst Your Bubble 13/02/2017 anglik 0 About The Author anglik An expat Englishman. Teacher, writer, historian, book lover, wanderer! There are no comments yet Why not be the first Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.