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Do you feel tongue-tied when trying to speaking English? It's very common to have difficulty speaking because you are afraid, embarrassed confused, etc...
The idiom "say your piece" means to say exactly what you want to say. Here are some examples to help you understand this idiom.
The idiom "scare the hell out of someone" means to really frighten someone. Read these sentence examples to better understand this idiom.
The idiom "spring to mind" means to suddenly think of something. Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
The idiom "a spring in one's step" means to have a cheerful attitude, positive mood and enthusiasm. Read more sentence examples of this English phrase.
Learn these spring idioms and you'll feel a spring in your step. Many of these idioms reflect how flowers and leaves burst open suddenly in spring.
The idiom "spring to one's feet" means to quickly stand up. Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
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.
The idiom "the dead of winter" refers to the coldest part of the winter. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...
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 best idiom site? I recommend the following websites and you can also find many popular idioms on this site too. Use the practice exercises, puzzles and drawings to help remember the meanings.
The idiom "safe and sound" means Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
The idiom thank your lucky stars means you appreciate something. I definitely thank my lucky stars that I know English! Read some more sentence examples here...
The idiom "see red" means to be very angry. Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
The idiom "stir the pot" means to deliberately try to make a situation/people more tense and upset. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
Like a thief in the night is an English phrase that describes something moving quickly, secretly and unexpectedly without being seen. Here are some examples...
To sweater up means to put on a sweater to help stay warm in cold weather. It normally refers to a thick knitted sweater. Read these examples for clarity...
The idiom "under scrutiny" means being closely watched, examined or investigated. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
The idiom "in demand" means something is needed or desired by many people. These examples will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.
Recently, I have been practicing to be comfortable with discomfort. I used to easily get upset when people around me do or speak things seem like rude
Before I die I want to travel all countries. This TED Talk video helps people to understand what they really want in this life. (This comment is in response
About her topic, BEFORE SHE DIE SHE WANT MANY THINK TO Do... why she want die the point is here maybe she doesn't has anything in her live she want die.
I would like to travel around the world before that I die, I would like to really enjoy the life with company or alone. I would like to be happy with loneliness
Before I die I want to buy a new house and learn a new language. Before I die I want to travel all around the world. Before I die I want to donate for
Before I die...i want to be able to sing in front of other people. I found this TED talk interesting.
The idiom "drive someone nuts" means to make someone very annoyed or bothered. Read these sentence examples to better understand this idiom...
The idiom "score points" means doing something to make people like or support you. Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
"As usual" this list of U idioms contains common idioms beginning with the letter "U." Don't worry, all of the other letters of the alphabet are also covered.
The idiom "squirrel away" means to save or put things away for another time. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
These Q idioms (other letters of the alphabet are also included) have clear definitions and helpful examples. There's "no question" you can master these idioms.
Check out this P idioms list. Do you think idioms are “a PAIN in the neck” to learn? Don’t “PUSH the panic button.” Click here for help. Let's get started!
This O idioms list will get you “OFF and running” to learning common idioms. Did it “OCCUR to you” that learning idioms could be fun? it's true...
This list of L idioms includes many frequently used idiomatic expressions in American English. You'll find idioms from other letters of the alphabet here too!
This list of common English Idioms starting with the letter "I" gives "in depth" definitions and examples. "In a nutshell," you'll learn a lot. Let's get started.
One meaning of the idiom "scrape by" is to only have enough money or resources to survive. Read the other definition and examples here...
We've got tons of American idioms with clear definitions and useful examples to make your life easier. You'll also find links to idiom examples on our blog.
A 'heart of gold' idiom refers to a person who is kind, caring and generous. Here are more than 10 sentence examples of this idiom...
The idiom "take time off" means to not work for a period of time. Here are some examples that will help you understand this idiom.
This idiom list provides many helpful definitions and examples. "Let's face facts" idioms are important so "don't drag your feet." Let's get started now!
The idiom "spring to someone's defense" means to immediately defend someone from verbal or physical attack. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
Want to understand idiom meanings? You'll find examples and a full explanation of what idioms are. There are some fun photos and exercises as well.
The idiom "take something out on someone" means to express frustration, anger, etc. at someone who didn’t cause these negative feelings. Here are some examples.
This English idioms list covers idioms starting with X, Y & Z. You don't have to learn them "by yourself"... "yours truly" is here to help.
The idiom "take someone back" means to resume a relationship with someone. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
These English idioms start with the letter C. Feel like you’re “going in circles” learning idioms? “Check out” these idiom examples and images...
Learn present simple tense form and usage including positive, negative and short forms as well as questions. Practice with fun exercises too.
The idiom "take someone down" means to remove someone from a position of power or control. These examples will help you understand this idiom.
The idiom "take it easy" means to 1) to rest and relax or 2) to not become angry, agitated or upset about something. Here are some examples...
The idiom "leave someone at the alter" means to leave someone just before the marriage is supposed to happen. These examples will make the meaning clear...