Category: Phrases!

[Phrases] How To Express Your Ideas Politely

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s check the answer to the last episode: Would you mind if I took the rest of the day off? Expressing an opinion is an important process of interacting with other people in formal and informal settings. Today, let’s learn some phrases for giving an opinion. 1. Personally, […]

[Phrases] Useful Expressions For Asking For Approval

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the last episode. Sometimes we are not sure if it is a good idea to do something, so we need to ask for the consent of others. In order to do this, we need some useful English expressions. Today, let’s learn some phrases for asking for […]

[Phrases] 5 Funny Idioms You May Not Know

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the phrases of the last episode. An idiom is a figure of speech established by usage that has a meaning not necessarily deductible from those of the individual words. If you look closely at the literal meaning of most idioms, you will find that they […]

[Phrases] Never Take ‘Put One’s Nose’ Literally!

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the last episode. ‘Put’ is an easy verb perhaps you knew before. But when putting this word in phrases you may be confused about the meaning of it. Today, let’s learn some useful phrases with ‘put’. 1. Put a cork in it to tell someone […]

[Phrases] Does ‘Eat One’s Heart Out’ Really Mean To Eat Heart?

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the phrases of the last episode. We all know the heart is very important. If it stops functioning, your body begins systematically shutting down. There are many idioms about ‘heart’ that native speakers use. Today, let’s learn some useful expressions to make you sound like […]

[Phrases] Expressions With ‘Set’

Hi all! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s check the answer of the last episode. The right answer is ‘A’: The competition was so intense that our company came away empty-handed. Have you ever experienced that you know every single word in the sentence, but when combining them, you just can’t figure out what that […]

[Phrases] Expressions Related To ‘Come’

Hi all! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the last episode. ‘Come’ is an easy verb that you may have learnt at the very beginning, but when putting in phrases as native speakers do you may be confused. Today let’s learn some idioms about ‘Come’! And here are the phrases. 1. Come apart at […]

[Phrases] Idioms Related To ‘Run’

Hi all! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s check the answer of the last episode. The right answer is C : “Could I please see a menu?” Learning a language can be like running a marathon- we need to keep training and learning before we improve, so today let’s focus on idioms about RUN! And […]

[Phrases] Idioms Related To “Head”

Hi all! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s check the answer of the last episode. The right answer is A “She started to accusing him but he didn’t turn a hair.” Did you get it? Last time we talked about some idioms about ‘like’. Today let’s focus on idioms that featuring the most productive part-the […]

[Phrases] Idioms With Regard To “Like”

Hi all! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s check the answer of the last episode. The right answer is “C”. Like has many meanings and uses. We use like as a verb to mean enjoy, use would like in offers and requests, and use like as a preposition meaning ‘similar to’. Today I will introduce […]

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