Different Ways To Say Easy In English

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Here you will learn different ways to say easy in English. Don’t just say ‘it’s easy!’ Learn advanced English expressions for saying something is easy.

Informal English expressions will help you improve your speaking skills.

Ways to say "Easy" in English

Ways to say easy in English

Hi there, this is Harry and welcome back to my English lessons.

Here I try to help you to get a better understanding of the English language.

How to use the grammar correctly.

How to boost your English vocabulary.

What we’re going to focus on today are vocabulary expressions. We’re looking at the word ‘easy’ and how to say something is easy or how to say things are easy to do in English.

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I’m going to go through these expressions one by one and hopefully give you some working examples to show you how to use them.

The first one is

a walk in the park

Meaning: really really easy, no effort to it at all

A walk in the park is very easy because you’re just strolling around enjoying the fresh air. You don’t have to do anything strenuous, it’s not a marathon.


The test was a walk in the park. The questions were so easy, I definitely answered them all correctly.

it’s a breeze

Meaning: very easy, without difficulty

A breeze is a very light wind, it’s not a thunderstorm.


👩🏼‍🦰 Will you have any problems doing that?

🧔🏽 Not at all, it’s a breeze, I’ve done it time and time again.

Ways to say easy in English

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it’s not rocket science

You’re probably familiar with this one.

Meaning: something that is easy to do or understand; it’s doesn’t need a degree in science to do it


What are you waiting for? Just read the instructions, it’s not rocket science.

The question I often ask, well, what is rocket science?

Nobody has ever explained to me what rocket science actually is!

The next idiom is, I’m sure you’ve all heard of it

it’s a piece of cake

Meaning: something is very easy

It’s very easy to slice and eat a piece of cake.


This job was really a piece of cake, it didn’t take me long at all.

Assembling the Ikea bookcase was really a piece of cake once I’ve read the instructions.

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Ways to say easy in English

I can do it in my sleep

Meaning: I can do it very easily


I’ve done it so many times, at this stage, I can do it in my sleep.

at the push/press of a button

Meaning: you can do it very easily


Before using this new software, I would spend days calling individuals to find out this information, now I can do it at the push of a button!

(as) easy as falling off a log

Meaning: the easiest thing to do


Running a marathon for a professional athlete is as easy as falling off a log.

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it’s foolproof (idiotproof)

Meaning: so easy, even a fool can do it


These instructions are foolproof and clear; even beginners will have no trouble putting this together.

(hey) presto

Meaning: easily or quickly as if by magic


You put it together, then plug the cable in the wall and hey presto, everything works.

Ways to say easy in English

And the last expression is

easy peasy lemon squeezy

Meaning: extremely easy or simple


Improving English in my advanced language course is really easy. It’s easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Let me give them to you again one by one. All of these are different ways to say easy:

  • a walk in the park
  • it’s a breeze
  • a piece of cake
  • not rocket science
  • I can do it in my sleep
  • at the push of a button
  • as easy as falling off a log
  • foolproof (idiotproof)
  • hey presto
  • easy peasy lemon squeezy

That’s the end of my lesson. I really appreciate you joining me for this. I hope it’s of some help. Remember to subscribe to my channel Learn English with Harry and join me again soon.

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