Posts Tagged ‘idioms’

how to say im pregnant in English

How to say “I’m pregnant” in English

It’s a cliché to say that time has flown by, especially when talking about how fast children grow up. However, I can’t think of anything more appropriate to say for this first year of motherhood (*being a mother*). Time has flown by! It seems like only yesterday I was announcing that I was pregnant with…

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4 english idioms with cat

4 (Noun) Idioms with Cat

If you know me, you know I love cats! Who can be surprised that I’d dedicate a whole lesson to them? There are a lot of idioms related to “cats” in English; however, today I’d like to focus on 4 idioms that are used as nouns. Some of these noun idioms describe people, while another…

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English expressions for sleep

3 New Ways to Say “I’m going to sleep” in English

Expanding your vocabulary, and learning how to say the same thing in different ways is incredibly important when working on your English fluency. This is not only important for sounding more natural, but will also help you understand more native speakers who use idioms and English expressions. Chances are you’ve already heard phrases like “to…

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english expressions with baby

English Expressions with Baby + Kid

I hope you feel like a kid in a candy store when you read this English lesson! Today you’re going to learn English expressions with baby, and you’ve already started the lesson by reading one of the expressions in context. When you learn new expressions in context, in sentence examples, understanding the meaning is like…

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music idioms in English

60 Second Saturday: Music Idioms in English

Is it necessary for English fluency to learn and use idioms? I’ve been asked some variation of this question quite often, and the answer is… yes! Native speakers use English idioms in their conversations, when speaking and writing, and in social, professional, and academic situations. This is also true for phrasal verbs, but we’ll talk…

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