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English from A to Z 9h
of the day: "A pipe dream." Meaning: Something out of the reach that is unlikely to occur in the future. Example: Michael wanted to play football again but he knew that it was a pipe dream given that he had suffered multiple leg injuries over the years.
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Cambridge Dictionary Apr 19
Can you guess which common we've written in emojis?
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Next Step English Apr 17
😱: Shouldn't we be doing this at night?! We don't want your sister to see us sneaking into her backyard! πŸ˜‰: She's BLIND AS A BAT! We can sneak in and set up the whole party, and it will all be a blur to her! This brought to you by ! πŸ¦‡πŸ–€
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Learn Apr 20
Learning English with movies πŸŽ₯ is really fun! Today’s is β€œHobo”, which means β€œa homeless person; a tramp or vagrant. The video is from the movie Wreck it Ralph πŸŽ¬β€¦
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Step Up Your English! 1h
to Are you familiar with this ? A. Now that I have an iPhone and an IPad, do you think I should buy a MacBook? B. Why not? IN FOR A PENNY, IN FOR A POUND!
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Flossy Apr 17
*sand Pound sand. You got the .
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EnglishWithAneu Apr 16
πŸ‘‹ guys❗ What things are not your β˜•β“ Have you ever heard this ❓ If you are πŸ˜•, don'tπŸ˜–. Read the following paragraphsπŸ‘‡. We say that something is 'not our β˜•' to refer to something we are not interested in. *Read the following parts of this post below.
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Yuval Holtzman 14h
Here's a useful derived from the : haraTSAαΈ€ta veGAM yaRASHta? I Kings 21:19 Lit.: Have you murdered and also taken possession? This is used to mean "not only did you commit a terrible act, but you also want to enjoy its fruits?"
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Rolls off the Tongue 23h
Here is this week's . Can you guess the expression?
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EnglishStudy! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Apr 21
Idiom – Whet your appetite Meaning – To increase your desire for something. To stimulate your interest in something. The verb whet means to sharpen or stimulate.
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Idiom Land 2h
How about a video example? 🎬 Our of the day is ”In the dead of winter”, which means β€œin the middle of the winter".
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EnglishStudy! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Apr 17
– Get your skates on! Meaning – Hurry up. This expression is used to tell someone to do something faster. The idiom Get your skates on is usually used as an order. πŸ§’πŸ» Wait! I want to finish my game! πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ¦³ Get your skates on or we'll miss the bus!
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Breda Cop Apr 17
I've put my feet up, literally, well the right one, but to ease pain rather than relax:-( and torn gastrocnemius
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YTranslations Ltd Apr 17
Replying to @YTranslations
Another possible origin of this could be the Roman legend of Romulus and Remus - the twin brothers who were saved by a she-wolf which taken them into her mouth.
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English Idioms Apr 21
Idiom – Stretch your legs πŸƒπŸΏβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ Meaning – To go for a short walk, especially after sitting or lying down for a long time. πŸ‘©πŸΌ We've finally arrived! πŸ‘΄πŸΏ That was a long flight. I can't wait to get off the plane and stretch my legs!
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uSpeak Apr 18
People say this all the time. You will hear it in school, in business, and in casual cultural references. The β€œbox” in the case, represents what’s been done, the standard, something that's boring or something everyone else is doing.
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Forward Test Prep (FTP) 18h
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Next Step English Apr 20
Great , ! 🐝 the bee’s knees = () very cool; excellent; of the highest quality ...So, thank you for using this fab idiom, and thank you for the sentiment! πŸ€—πŸ˜˜πŸ˜Š
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EnglishStudy! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Apr 21
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Idiom – Storm in a teacup πŸŒ©οΈβ˜•οΈ Meaning – A small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion. πŸ‘©πŸΎ What's going on? πŸ§“πŸ» They are arguing about a football game. It's just a storm in a teacup!
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EnglishStudy! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Apr 18
– Once in a blue moon 🌚 Meaning – Very rarely or almost never. If something happens once in a blue moon it happens very infrequently. πŸ‘¨πŸΏβ€πŸ¦² Have you seen Jack recently? πŸ‘¨πŸΏβ€πŸ¦± No! I only see him once in a blue moon. He's busy all of the time!
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