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Don't be so depressed. It's not Doomsday.
Tweedledum and Tweedledee：John is no better than Peter. They are just Tweedledum and Tweedledee. (six of one and half a dozen of the other)
half in doubt：A: Jimmy will invite you to dinner tonight? B: No, I don't think so. I will take it half in doubt. ( take with a grain of salt)
I couldn't find her. It seemed that her whereabouts sank into oblivion.
It appears that everything goes well with him.
order of the day：The situation is already order of the day. (par for the course)
She was already tongue-tied, and didn't know what to do. (lose one's tongue; struck dumb; stunned and speechless)
He is a person who sees no further than his nose.
He is not a guy worthy of our trust. He often goes back on his word. (blow hot and cold)
He is a learned person. His tongue is the pen of a ready writer.
oblivion：遗忘，忘却 【常用词组】①pass into oblivion：渐为忘却，湮没无闻 ②bill of oblivion：大赦令
par for the course：意料之中的事，常有的事，司空见惯
blow hot and cold：朝三暮四，出尔反尔。【英英解释】to be favorable at one moment and adverse the next