Idioms & expressions
Add new idioms and expressions to your vocabulary. Learn how to use them in real-life situations.
What Are Idioms And How to Understand Them? Part 2
Sometimes some idiomatic expressions like clichés, proverbs, and euphemisms can be considered a part of idioms, but they are not! We will discuss that, among other things. Idioms vs. Cliche Cliché can be an idiom, but idioms are not always clichés. Don’t get the two confused. Clichés are expressions
What Are Idioms and How to Understand Them? Part 1
Idioms are phrases or expressions that have a significance that can’t be solved by explaining single words.
Learn Simple English Phrases for Daily Usage
Accents don’t make you a good or even better English speaker; vocabulary does. And once you have the vocabulary, pronunciation, and accent, get better by practicing.
Five Cat Idioms and Their Meanings
One of the reasons this type of idiom is so popular is that cats are one of the 2 most common pets in the UK.
Top 10 English Phrases to Expand Your Valentine’s Day Vocabulary
Here are ten sweet phrases, verbs, and nouns for Valentine’s Day to help you express your love in English.
The Racist Meaning Behind “Jipped,” “Uppity,” “Eskimo,” and Other Phrases
In day-to-day life, we rarely think about the words we use and where they come from. As a result, we sometimes unknowingly use words and sayings that have offensive origins.
Improve Your English With These 10 Brilliant British Sayings and Phrases
Every language surely has some phrases that often don’t translate well, and the British tongue has some absolute corkers.
What is the Boogeyman in Different Cultures Across the Globe?
The Boogeyman is a mythical creature from folklore around the world, used by authority figures as a threat to scare naughty children.