In honor of International Day of Families, and my own family in from out of town this weekend, I’ve decided to dedicate this week’s idioms to family. So what are some common idioms related to family? Find some of them … Continue reading
Think about your daily routine, conversations, and interactions. How often do you answer the questions, “How are you?” or “How are you doing?” Have you ever been asked, “Are you okay?” “Is something wrong?” Being able to express our feelings … Continue reading
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So, do you think you can talk the talk and walk the walk? Well, after learning these useful idioms related to conversation, language, and speaking, you definitely will be able to! Communication is so important, we rely on it … Continue reading
Learning is a ray of sunshine (something that brings happiness) to me! The opportunity to teach others is like heaven on earth (a very enjoyable situation, thing, place) I am not going to beat around the bush (to avoid saying something by … Continue reading
This week’s English idioms are music to my ears, because the theme is something that I really love: music. I don’t want to toot my own horn, but they are even better than the English idioms last week! I … Continue reading
Okay, so maybe this information about idioms is not secret, which means technically, I am not spilling the beans (revealing secret information). However, I am going to be giving you some food for thought (something that should be carefully thought … Continue reading
What are LuLu’s favorite idioms? Anything related to cats, of course! Below you will find some common cat related idioms and their definitions. *remember, to practice, I encourage you to write a comment below using the new idioms in context. … Continue reading