First, learning idioms is a sure-fire way to sound more like a native speaker of English and is generally fun to learn. Learning typical health idioms can be helpful when speaking about general events such as going to the doctor or about your new routine at the gym. Another reason to learn health idioms in…
Have you ever been in a business meeting and found yourself lost in jargon? Feel left behind from not knowing what seems to be a common idiom? How do you sweeten a deal? What does it mean to stand your ground? It can be incredibly important to learn the idioms of a language to have a…
30 idioms about engagements, weddings, marriages, and spouses along with plenty of examples of the idioms in use.
11 essential idioms for talking about confusion.
Here are 40 + essential idioms for negotiations that will come in handy the next time you need to make a deal with someone.
These 25 phrasal verbs have more than one meanings. How many of the definitions do you know?
Here are 40+ idioms related to communication that you are likely to come across. How many of the idioms are you familiar with?
Phrasal verbs aren’t always optional. How many of these essential phrasal verbs do you use?
If you’re in an educational environment with English speakers, you’ll hear a variety of idioms. Here are 37 of them you may come across. How many do you know?
We use a ton of idioms for talking about criminal justice. Here are 40 of them you’ll probably hear at some point. How many do you know?
We have a variety of other ways to say busy. Here are 12 alternatives you can use.
Here are over 50 common idioms for talking about emotions and feelings (anger, frustration, happiness, sadness, boredom, etc.). How many of them do you know?