English idioms sickness

Everyday English: Idioms about Sickness

It’s cold season here in the States, and I am not talking about the weather. “Cold” can also be a noun, and it’s a common illness that can affect your eyes, nose, throat and makes you not feel very well. Unfortunately, everyone deals with the common cold, so as a fluent English speaker you should…

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English idioms with feet

15 English Idioms with FEET

As you (now) know, everything I teach on this blog, Instagram, YouTube, and other teaching platforms is #REALenglish. I use this hashtag to let my learners, to let you, know that what I am teaching you is useful for your everyday English use and conversations. Nothing is ever outdated (*old*) or too formal for conversations.…

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English Idioms FALL, learn English online with English Outside the Box

English Idioms with FALL

Oh, fall. That colorful season that brings cooler weather, bright leaves, pumpkin everything, and the start of a busy holiday season here in the United States. Typically, I am not a fan (*I don’t like*) fall because I love the heat, the beach, the sun, and everything that relates to summer! This year is different…

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Learn English Idioms with BLUE

Learn English Idioms with Blue

My last post with a 5 Minute English video about idioms with throat was such a hit (*very popular*) that people were commenting and e-mailing me for more idioms. So, ask and you shall receive because today’s 5 Minute English video is all about idioms, and you’re about to learn English idioms with the color blue. As…

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Learn English Idioms with Throat and English Outside the Box

Learn English Idioms with Throat

Idioms! Idioms! Idioms! English idioms are so much fun to teach because they are so common, are so interesting, and really help English learners become more fluent in their listening and speaking skills. If you’ve been learning with me for a while, then you know that I highly recommend learning idioms by theme for easier…

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