Nice to meet you too! It's always interesting to work with different teachers; you're used to none of them! I mean, their style.
Well, I'll try to manage the homework, which seams to me quite difficult, but exciting!
Here it is!
1. cast your net wide
A: When you're looking for something, do it everywhere!
2. take the bait
A: Reach your goal by tempting someone with something interesting for him.
3. fishing for a compliment
A: I haven't heard it before and I have no idea what does it mean.
4. there are plenty more fish in the sea
A: There are many other opportunities and people, except definite one.
5. a big fish in a small pond
A: For example, each local official thinks that he is a god in his aria.
6. like a fish out of water
A: To be in essential need of something.
7. drink like a fish
A:I guess, to drink a lot!
8. a different kettle of fish
A:Can't imagine, what it means!
9. a cold fish
A: unfriendly, close person
10. a fisherman's tale
A:I hear them every time when we meet with my husband's friends! Extremely exaggerated stories about something, generally about size of a fish, which some fisherman caught.
That's all! I'm looking for your explanation of these idioms, which I couldn't manage!