Idioms & expressions
Add new idioms and expressions to your vocabulary. Learn how to use them in real-life situations.
Phrasal verbs are important because they will significantly elevate your speaking/conversational skills in informal/conversational English.
Learning idioms will help you express your emotions and ideas more effectively and connect to other people more easily.
Here are some fall phrases and words you can incorporate into your everyday conversation to spice up your grammar this fall.
Many sayings don’t make sense literally, but when we take a closer look, we see that they convey a deeper meaning beyond literal interpretation.
An idiom is a phrase that, when taken as a whole, has a meaning you wouldn’t be able to deduce from the meanings of the individual words. 1. Stir up a hornet’s nest Explanation: To stir up a hornet’s nest is to course problems or make trouble
Explore a selection of the most useful English proverbs and their meanings and provide examples to illustrate their relevance in everyday life.
As a learner of the English language, watching popular TV shows is an excellent way to learn idioms in context.
I will select 5 of my favourite dog-based idioms, explain their logic, meanings and give examples of how to use them.