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The idiom "bad hair day" describes 1) a day when many things seem to go wrong or 2) when you can't style your hair well. Here are some sentence examples...
The idiom "bad blood" refers to bad or unfriendly relationships between people. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this phrase very clear...
The idiom "a whale of a time" means to really enjoy oneself. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.
These health idioms are "just what the doctor ordered" to help you expand your vocabulary and make your English sound more natural!
Learn astrology vocabulary including the zodiac and many words relating to personal characteristics and qualities. Learning English can be fun and practical!
In this easy learning English video lesson, Candy Chang tells the story of how she transformed an abandoned house to a place of hope.
I dedicate these earth idioms to students who will "go to the ends of the earth" to expand their vocabularies. "What on earth" does that mean? Find out here!
Learn cleaning supplies vocabulary with the help of pictures and a video so you can hear the correct pronunciation. Download the free puzzles ebook to practice.
This newsletter features an article and MP3 recording about Washington, DC's annual Cherry Blossom Festival. The article includes many vocabulary definitions.
The idiom "think outside the box" means to think creatively to find new ways of doing things or solving problems. Here are some examples of this idiom...
Learn English veterinarian phrases as Maxine, a Havanese dog, has surgery and recuperates in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and at home.
Learn clothing vocabulary in English by looking at pictures and hearing the words pronounced in the video. Get your free puzzles ebook here too!
W idioms list. Do idioms “drive you up the WALL?” I'm sure you'll “WARM up to idioms” when you learn you only need to understand them rather than use them.
The idiom "waste your breath" means to say something that will probably be ignored. I often waste my breath telling students to practice English daily...
The idiom "go to waste" means to not be used. Do you let food in your refrigerator go to waste? How about cosmetics or prescriptions? Read more examples here...
The idiom "wash up" means to to wash or clean your hands, especially before you have a meal. Here are sentence examples to make this phrase easy to understand.
The idiom "wash out" means to cancel an event because of rain. Has one of your favorite events ever been washed out? Here are some unfortunate examples...
Learn how to form and use "be going to" to express actions and states in the future. Learn how it differs from the future simple and there are many examples for clarity.
The idiom "a small fortune" refers to a large quantity of money. Would you give a small fortune to be fluent in English? Read lots of sentence examples here...
The idiom "warts and all" means including features and qualities that are not desired or attractive. Read more examples of this idiom here...
I really like this video. I hope that it will inspire someone not to give up and go to their dreams. before I die I want to fulfill all my dreams
I so appreciate that I watched this video. We so rarely think about our future and about the fact that everything ends (sometimes faster than we expect
Everyday we are slowly dying. This quote reminded me that we need to spend each day doing things that we’ve always wanted to do because we are slowly
First of all, I'd like to thank all the people that have been surrounding me for the rest my life, especially my parents. In my opinion, they always deserve
The idiom "warm up to" means to begin to like someone/something. Read these sentence examples to better understand this phrase...
The idiom "ward off something" to try to keep something or someone harmful away. Here's an image and sentence examples of this phrase to help you understand.
The idiom "bend over backwards" means to do everything that you can to help someone. Read sentence examples and synonyms to better understand this phrase.
The idiom "a fly on the wall" means to be able to secretly hear and observe something. These sentence examples will make the meaning much clearer...
These visual idiom examples will help you learn some really popular phrases in English. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words! Check them out here.
Knowing emotions vocabulary can be very helpful. Are you feeling amused or determined or resentful? You'll be delighted to learn these English vocabulary words!
The idiom "waste away" means to to slowly become thin and weak or to decline or deteriorate. Now, here are some sentence examples of this phrase.
The idiom "walking on eggshells" means to be extremely careful around someone in order not to upset them. Here are some sentence examples...
The idiom "drive someone up the wall" means to really bother or annoy someone. These sentence examples and synonyms will help your understanding of this phrase..
The idiom "wash down something" means to drink a liquid to help swallow something. Here are some examples to make it easy to remember this phrase.
This comment is in response to Candy Chang's TED Talk: Before I Die I want to... In my opinion, the topic discussed in the video is really essential.
The idiom "with your back against the wall" means to be in a difficult situation without many options. These sentence examples will help your understanding.
In my opinion, Matt Cutt is right, we need to make some changes in our life. Firstly, to become better. I mean going to the gym or walking in the morning
The idiom "off the wall" means that something is strange or unusual. These sentence examples and synonyms will help your understanding.
The idiom "want for something" means that you not have something you need. These sentence examples and synonyms will help your understanding of this phrase.
As for me, i can't fully agree with Matt Cutt's idea for the following reasons. our life today consists of many responsibilities at work, at school, at
Before I die, I want to live a incredible life and learn more lenguages than English, like Korean or french, because my first lenguages is Spanish and
First of all, I want to say thank you for such a wonderful speech. You have touched on a very important topic that I think everyone should think about.
To tell the truth, I don't really like Matt Cutt's idea. I consider it to be unrealistic and not very helpful. There are several reasons, why I think so.
The idiom "walk someone through something" means to explain step-by-step or in detail how to do something. Now, read these sentence examples of this phrase.
I really enjoyed this talk. I did not realized that we can add new good habit in 30 days challenge. Although I am not stuck in rut, I'd like to participate
The idiom "kick to the curb" means to dismiss or reject someone or something. Read these example sentence examples to clearly understand this English expression.
The idiom "walk out on someone" means to suddenly end or abandon a relationship. Read sentence examples to better understand this idiom definition.
The idiom "walk the walk" means to show something by your actions (and not just by your words). Now review some sentence examples of this idiom...
The idiom "walk off with something" means to leave with something you don't have permission to take. Here are some sentence examples of this idiom...