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25 Ways to Use the Verb WAIT

25 Ways to Use the Verb WAIT

Hi dear English learners! Here we are again. Are you impatiently waiting for a new lesson? Well, here it is. It is about 25 ways to use the verb wait; it includes collocations, phrasal verbs and idioms, as well as synonyms, which will boost your vocabulary in a lot of ways.

Talking about Winter in English

Talking about Winter in English

Talking about seasons is a very common small talk topic, so I suppose it is a perfect time to look at some winter vocabulary since the winter started in most parts of the northern hemisphere. Although winters are no longer as they used to be due to climate change,  we can only hope for the best and put a lot of effort into being environmentally friendly residents of our one and only planet.

Talking about Decisions in English

The new year’s coming, have you made any New Year’s resolutions yet? Here we come to the first of the expressions related to making decisions. All your wishes may come true if you just make new year’s resolutions and try to stick to them all year round. So, let’s look at some collocations and idiomatic expressions for talking about decisions in English.

Idioms inspired by Christmas and New Year

Idioms Inspired by Christmas and New Year

As I am writing this post, millions of people are making their way to the airports or holiday destinations within the country or abroad where they are going to celebrate Christmas and New Year. Even though many countries are in lockdown and despite the fact the Coronavirus pandemic is still on, we are all excited and impatiently waiting for Christmas and New Year full of hope that the next year will bring us only good stuff. Today, I will share with you 13 English idioms inspired by Christmas and New Year. 🔔 I’m sure you’ll like them as well as find your ways to incorporate them into your English vocabulary. 😀

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