Hello English learners! Here is another grammar lesson. It is about reflexive and emphatic pronouns in English. Even if you’re an advanced English learner, I’m sure you are having doubts about this subject sometimes.
Although it is not a bank holiday in the UK, Halloween is a public holiday for fun and entertainment when people attend special Halloween parties dressed up in costumes, watch horror movies all night while children usually go trick-and-treating. So, in that spirit, let’s look at some scary and some not so scary idioms related to or inspired by Halloween.
Autumn is that time of year when it is no longer hot, the days become shorter and colder and leaves start falling from the trees. It is also the time of harvest, hot chocolate and cider. Whether you like it or not, you must admit that autumn is the cosiest season of all and that’s why I like it so much. In that sense, let’s look at 10 idioms related to autumn.
Has anyone ever told you that your best friend and you are like two peas in a pod? Or that you are on the same page? If you want to know the meanings of these “friendship” idioms, as well as some others, you are in the right place. Here are 11 English idioms about friendship.