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
Meaning: Do something very rarely.
Meaning: Enjoy the company of others very much.
Hi everyone! It’s May, which means the football season is coming to an end. It’s an exciting time for fans, as lots of big matches are played and trophies are won. But how many of these expressions about the beautiful … Czytaj dalej
A Popular Topic for BritIt Readers – HELP! What habits should English language learners adopt to help them meet their goals? Martin Sketchley, latest winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, gives us his top five.
Last week saw elections in both Poland and the UK. While Poles were going to the polls to choose a president, the British were electing a new parliament. If you’ve been following the elections in either country in English, you … Czytaj dalej