9 Idioms about: School

9 Idioms about: School

It’s school time again. While students in some places around the world are stuffing their backpacks with new school supplies, others find themselves in blended learning approach or online settings due to the Covid-19 pandemic. No matter where your classroom is,...

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English Idioms with Numbers

English Idioms with Numbers

Here are twelve common English idioms with numbers. Make a note of any idioms that you have never seen before (or for which you think there isn’t a translation in Vietnamese). Also, comment below if you know any other idioms using numbers.  Photo credits: Envato...

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9 Idioms About: Laugh

9 Idioms About: Laugh

Inspired by my previous post about ‘Different types of laugh’, I seek to provide you with idioms relevant to this topic. All of the following idioms mean ‘laughing very hard (out loud)’ or ‘being extremely amused.’ If you are a fan of comedies or if you interact with...

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9 idioms about: Age

9 idioms about: Age

Welcome back to the ‘9 idioms about’ series!We’re looking at 9 useful age idioms you can use in your daily English to sound more like anative speaker.Let’s get started. Comment below if you know any other idioms related to age 🙂 ReferencesCambridge Online Dictionary...

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9 idioms about: Colors

9 idioms about: Colors

In my previous posts, you might have noticed how colorful the English language is. There are numerous ways of expressing the same ideas, which renders a diverse vocabulary crucially important. This diversity also applies for idioms. Idioms breathe life to the language...

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9 Idioms about Music

9 Idioms about Music

Hi everyone, ‘9 Idioms about’ series is back! I hope you find today’s post handy as usual. I hate sounding like a broken record, but it is crucial to reiterate some points you need to know when using idioms: Only use idioms if you understand their meaning and know...

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9 Idioms about Dislikes

9 Idioms about Dislikes

Similar to ‘likes’, ‘dislikes’ is also an area you are often asked about in the IELTS speaking test. Are you familiar with all of the following expressions about something you don’t like? Leave your comment please. As usual, I believe it is important to reiterate some...

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9 Idioms about Food

9 Idioms about Food

Here are 9 idioms about food you may want to use in your speaking. Any other idioms related to food you would like to share? Comment below please. Notes: Only use idioms if you understand their meaning and know when and how they should be applied in context.Don’t...

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9 Idioms about Likes

9 Idioms about Likes

Questions about likes are among the most common questions you will receive in your IELTS speaking test. There is more than one way to express likes, so let’s find out what the alternatives are. Comment below any other expressions about likes you want to share with...

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