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".
Improve and enrich your vocabulary. Learn five different ways to describe actions happening one after another
Here are 9 easy commonly used phrasal verbs with "up" you must know
Here are some word combinations with the noun "money" that often go together
Phrasal verbs tend to have more than one meaning. The phrasal verb "make up" is definitely one of them. Here are four meanings of this phrasal verbs you can easily adopt.
Here are some useful phrases to help you when complaining: I'm afraid I have a complaint about... I have a complaint to make... There seems to be a problem / something wrong with... Look, I'm sorry to bother you, but... Sorry to bother you, but I wish to complain about... I would be very grateful … Continue reading Ways to Complain
Have your grandparents ever handed down something to you? Learn what it means here. Here are four phrasal verbs with the word "hand"
Are you struggling to remember phrasal verbs? 🙂 Then this is the right post for you. Here are 11 phrasal verbs with 'around' that may come handy any time:
Farther and Further are mostly interchangeable, but there is a major difference between them.
There are numerous words and phrases we can use to express our interest in something. Here are eight synonyms you can use instead of the word "interesting" in your speech and writing. ENGAGING If, for example, someone's smile is engaging, it means that it is pleasant and charming.Ex: Tom was the most engaging storyteller I've … Continue reading 8 Ways to Say “Interesting”
Here are some useful expressions with the word 'move' which can help your English sound more eloquent and natural: Good/bad/important/smart/clever move One smart move could stop the war. Make a move Judith couldn’t make a move when the lights went out. Move back to Move back to the old lifestyle. Move away from Move away … Continue reading Collocations with ‘Move’
Many verbs make phrasal verbs. One of the most common ones is the verb “go”. Here are 46+ phrasal verbs with “go” you should try to learn in context and incorporate into your everyday speech.