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Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio]

1. Add insult to injury  The phrase “add insult to injury” is a common English idiom. It means to make a bad situation worse. This phrase is usually used as part of a sentence. Here are three example sentences for your reference. “They told me I didn’t have enough experience, and to add insult to […]

Talk: Dealing With Stress

Talk: Dealing With Stress

 You don’t look so well. Is something wrong?  I’ve been feeling quite stressed lately.  I see. Is there anything I can help with? Actually, I wanted to ask you how you normally deal with stress. You always seem so calm in nerve-racking situations. There are many ways I deal with stress. I usually try to […]

Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio]

1. Foot in the door The phrase “foot in the door” is used in a figurative sense. It is used to describe a way in where progress will be made later. Here are three example sentences for your reference. “You could take on an easier job to get your foot in the door.” “I didn’t […]

Talk: Coming In Late

 You’re late again. I’m sorry. It won’t happen next week.  You’ve been tardy for the past two weeks. It’s not only affecting your work performance but also your credibility.   Yes, I’m sorry. I promise to not be late on Monday.   Is there something I should be concerned about?  My car is in for repairs. So, I […]

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