19 10, 2020
There are many meaningful idioms and proverbs in Chinese. However, if we want to translate them into English, we cannot do it word by word. Therefore, we will now study the English version of the following 8 idioms, so that you can use them in your composition next time!
21 9, 2020
There are many idioms about food, for example the one we always hear is ‘the apple of my eye’. This means the person is adored by someone. Isn’t that fascinating? Let’s learn 8 food idioms today!
24 8, 2020
Use these work idioms in conversation to talk about your job, your working matters, office politics and relationships. All these idioms are connected with the world of work.
21 8, 2020
Girls usually like dressing up and matching different clothes to build up their own styles. We always use ‘wear’ and ‘remove’ to describe putting on and taking off the clothes. However, there are other words or phrasal verbs we can use to describe this action.
27 7, 2020
You can dress up and wear heavy makeup on the day of Halloween, but there is an easier way to scare people off too! There are a lot of creepy and gross idioms that you can learn. Do you know what ‘over my dead body’ means? How about the meaning of ‘jumping out of one’s skin’ ? Let’s check out more idioms below.
30 6, 2020
What does ‘to spill the bean’ refer to? Get to know more about the idioms regarding keeping and spilling secrets!
Idioms in English are often tricky as they have figurative meanings and the actual meanings. This article is focusing on idioms about keeping and spilling secrets. Do you know how to tell others to keep a secret in idiom? What is the idiom to accuse someone of spilling the secret? What is the true meaning for ‘my lips are sealed’? Is it to keep or to spill the mysterious information? If you want to know about the secrets in these idioms, just click on and find it out!
19 6, 2020
If you can master the field of idioms, it would be a great surprise to a lot of native speakers, as idioms are a crucial component in English. Do you know the meaning of breaking a butterfly on a wheel? What does it mean to describe people by the idiom ‘bee’s knee’? Let’s click on to check them out!
17 6, 2020
There are a larger number of idioms that exist in the English world so it can be one of the interesting ways to learn English without just reciting grammar and vocabulary. Do you know what means by having a bee in your bonnet? Is the fly on the wall describing a real scene? Let’s check them out by learning these idioms about flies!
15 4, 2020
Learning idioms is an effective and sounding way to boost your English level! You can impress others by your ability to understand the idioms and your good command over them. Do you know what does ‘just my two cents’ mean at the end of email? Is ‘ on the money’ refer to on top of the money? Let’s check out the useful money idioms together!
15 4, 2020
Some say that people may commit crime as they are seduced by money, so money is evil in nature. However, money can be a drive to learn too! There are a lot of idioms related to money that you should know in order to impress others with your proficiency in English! Do you know what does cash cow mean? What does daylight robbery refer to? Let’s take a look at the passage below to find it out!