How do you feel about learning idioms? Sometimes I post idioms on my Facebook page and somebody asked me recently if it was important to learn them. So I’ve been thinking about this question over the last few days and here is my answer.
I'm wearing extra clothes and I've got a blanket to keep me warm. It's cold and grey outside today. This seems like a good day for a post about winter words!
Summer has arrived in the UK! It's warm and sunny this week and the forecast says it could be 32 degrees on Friday! That's too hot for me! Today's post is a list of vocabulary which you might find useful to talk about the summer.
I think spring is my favourite time of year! The weather is warmer and the evenings are lighter. I love seeing the spring flowers and hearing the birds sing. Today's post will give you some useful vocabulary to talk about this time of year and at the end, you'll find some spring idioms!
An idiom is a phrase with a meaning that isn't always obvious and can't always be translated directly into another language. Do you know what it means to have two left feet or itchy feet? Have you ever put your foot in your mouth? Read this post to learn some common idioms about parts of the body.
In this post, you can learn the most common dog-themed idioms in English. I was surprised to discover that there are so many! Read on to learn more!
Do you prefer cats or dogs? I like both but think I'm probably more of a cat person. In this post, I'm going to teach you some cat-themed idioms we use in English.
This means means that we can find good things in every bad situation. The last few months have been a strange and difficult time for a lot of people and there are still months of uncertainty ahead. However, for me it hasn't all been bad. Here are a few good things that have come out of it.
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