As you already know, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone back in the 19th century. Ever since it has developed quite a lot (all together with the phraseology related to it), and today we can hardly imagine our lives without them. In today’s lesson, you will find very useful telephone collocations and natural expressions connected to telephones and telephoning. Let’s look at them
Are you superstitious? 🙂 Do you ever touch wood when you don’t want something bad to happen to you? As a matter of fact, this custom originates from the distant past when people believed that fairies, ghosts and spirits lived in trees. Can you believe it? 🙂
In today’s lesson, we will be learning some expressions with “touch”.
In today’s lesson, we will be discussing expressions related to habits. Let’s define the word habit first. What is a habit? It is a pattern of behaviour that you do on a regular basis; like taking a walk in the evening, eating your soup cold, exercising, etc. We all have habits. Let’s learn how to talk about them. Here are 10 essential expressions related to habits that will make your English much more interesting and smart.
Here are a few “cleaning” expressions you should know. Nice and clean – very clean. Mary’s house was always nice and clean. Spotlessly clean – totally clean. My mother’s car is spotlessly clean. Clean up something – remove dirt. It took me two hours to clean up the mess after Read more…