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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 14
Word of the Day: Niggle Have you ever left your house and then started to worry that you had left the kotatsu on? You’re sure you turned it off, but can’t remember clearly. That thought continues to niggle you all day long.
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西澤 めぐ@なりきり英語のススメ☆ Apr 15
I'd say he's just doing fine! by Roger Murtaugh
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 14
English Idiom: Run through your mind If you have something that is running through your mind you either can’t stop thinking about it or, if it’s a song, you can’t stop singing it.
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 20
English Idiom: Cost an arm and a leg Have you ever noticed the simple things in life are free, but the things you really want, what you feel makes you happy, cost an arm and a leg? Why the heck is that?
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 18
Word of the Day: Party pooper Some words in the English language make absolutely no sense to nonnative speakers. Party pooper is one of those terms. Even a native speaker may have no idea where it comes from.
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 21
English Idiom: To die for English is a language designed to frustrate, irritate and confuse its learners. I mean chocolate cake is to die for? What’s up with that?
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 13
Word of the Day: Quid pro quo Hello boys and girls, I’m back with another Latin term again. This time it’s quid pro quo. It’s a win-win situation; I do something for you, you do something for me.
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 20
Word of the Day: Wannabe Every one of us has been a wannabe at least once in our lives. Come on, tell me you didn’t want to be a baseball player for the Orix Buffaloes and catch a throw from Area 51.
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ArtisanEnglish.jp Apr 14
English Phrase: Tricks of the Trade Ever notice how you try to do something, but can't? Then a professional comes along and makes it look easy. The pro knows the tricks of the trade – and you don’t.
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親子英語表現 1h
Please let me sleep on my day off. お休みの日ぐらいゆっくり寝させてよ。
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親子英語表現 46m
Have a seat. どうぞおかけください。(席を勧める)
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親子英語表現 3h
I'm so happy for you! それはよかったですね!
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親子英語表現 3h
I was happy to see you again. あなたとまた会えて嬉しかった。
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親子英語表現 5h
Way to go! いいぞ!(励ますとき)
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親子英語表現 2h
Take me away somewhere! どこかに連れて行ってよぉ。
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親子英語表現 4h
Have some coffee? コーヒー飲みますか。
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外国人彼氏を簡単に作る方法教えます 14h
I never thought I would hit it off with someone in this club. こんなクラブで意気投合する人がいるなんて思わなかったわ。
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親子英語表現 6h
Be nice to your brother. 弟に優しくしてね。
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親子英語表現 6h
Coming through. 通してください。
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親子英語表現 7h
It's spitting. 雨がポツポツ降ってきた。
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