Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
learnenglish 10h
'To mess up' - Desordenar'
Reply Retweet Like
Brendan 𝕯𝕸 Ryan 🇮🇪🇪🇸 3h
10 adjetivos en para describir esto: 😱Eerie 😱Spooky 😱Disturbing 😱Twisted 😱Unnerving 😱Sinister 😱Uncanny 😱Chilling 😱Creepy 😱Macabre
Reply Retweet Like
Aprenda Inglês Jul 14
Reply Retweet Like
infoidiomas.com 11h
'This', 'That', 'These', 'Those' y sus diferencias en 🤗🇬🇧
Reply Retweet Like
SimpleEnglishVideos Jul 17
Learn how to use the word 'due' to talk about the future in this video lesson.
Reply Retweet Like
learnenglish Jul 17
'Give back' - 'Devolver'
Reply Retweet Like
SimpleEnglishVideos Jul 17
Learn how to talk about sports with the verbs 'play', 'go' and 'do' in this video lesson.
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher 11h
✔ To put one's feet up 》To relax, usually by sitting with your feet raised off the ground. 📷 After a hard day at work, she really needs to put her feet up when she arrives home. ▪︎I took off my coat and put my feet up.
Reply Retweet Like
MasterKey English Jul 15
Reply Retweet Like
Uleidiomas Jul 16
Let's be clear once and for all by 🇬🇧 🦁
Reply Retweet Like
Pronunciation with Emma 11h
My new "th" pronunciation course is out! I will be going live on Instagram at 6pm UK time TODAY to talk about it and answer any of your questions. Interested? Here's the link to my course! 😁
Reply Retweet Like
Aprende Inglés - inf Jul 17
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 17
✔ To pay someone back 》To return to somebody the money you had previously borrowed from them. 👨🏼‍🦰 Can you lend me $200? 👩🏻‍🦱 Sure, here you are. 👨🏼‍🦰 Oh, thanks! I'll pay you back next week.
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 17
✔ To cut someone short 》To interrupt someone who is talking, so that they cannot finish what they were saying. ▪︎I could not finish my speech, the boss cut me short rudely. ▪︎I tried to explain, but my parents cut my short.
Reply Retweet Like
Speak English Like an American Jul 17
USEFUL OF THE DAY - if you're in trouble with others, you could say you're 'in the same boat.'
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 16
✔ To need something/someone like a hole in the head (informal) 》To have absolutely no need for something or someone ▪︎I already have too many problems, I need another one like a hole in the head. Leave me alone!
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 16
✔ To be head and shoulders above 》To be a lot better or superior than other people or things. 📷 They are the world champions, they are head and shoulders above the rest.
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 15
✔ To make oneself understood 》To speak in a way that others will easily understand. 📷 I tried to explain the directions to the Korean woman, and I think I made myself understood. [🇪🇦 Hacerse entender]
Reply Retweet Like
EOI Teacher Jul 15
✔Suit yourself /su:t/ 》Use it to tell someone to do whatever they want, even though you find it annoying. 📷 So, you don't want to do your homework? OK, suit yourself. No TV this week, then. [🇪🇦 Haz lo que quieras]
Reply Retweet Like
Next Step English Jul 14
Belated Wednesday : BEFUDDLED Full Post: 😘: Will you still love me when I am old and wrinkled and BEFUDDLED by age? 😊: Of course! We can be old and BEFUDDLED together!
Reply Retweet Like