We all take speaking a language for granted, don’t we? We’re hardwired to communicate verbally and we don’t even notice that we do it almost all the time. Revising for exams? Texting your best friend? Chatting up a girl? Asking … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: when something is done ad nauseum / to the point of absolute exhaustion but without any results.
Meaning: Something that was earned easily will often be wasted or squandered very quickly.
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Perhaps as a parent you have sent your child off to English language lessons or you have had the opportunity to sit in on some of your child’s lessons and, to your absolute shock, you hear the mother-tongue or shared … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: be prepared to do your absolute best.
Meaning: You’ve summarized the issue very clearly and precisely
Are you particularly intimidated by phrasal verbs? Or are you thinking: “Wait a second, what were those phrasal verbs thingies??” These are words like pick up, turn down, get off, black out – just to give you some examples. Does … Czytaj dalej
Compounds are words in English that are composed of 2 (and sometimes 3) words so that they create a new composite that has a single unit of meaning. They can be nouns, (paperclip, fire station, Facebook), verbs (often referred to … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: something you thought would have awful consequences actually turned out to have a delightful and rewarding result.