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24 12, 2019

Can we start it all over again? How to say new beginning in idioms?

24/12/2019|Categories: Idioms, Proverbs|Tags: |

Many Chinese old sayings say the beginning of a year is springtime and the start of a day is the morning. Do you know how to express it in English? If we have to restart a job due to the failed attempt, what idiom can we use? What means ‘turning over a new leaf’? Let’s learn the related idioms in the following article!

24 12, 2019

Jingle Bell Jingle bell! What does ‘be there when bells on’ refer to? Let’s talk about Christmas idioms!

24/12/2019|Categories: Festival, Idioms|Tags: , |

Which festival is the most lovable one? Christmas must be on top of the list in most of our hearts! Christmas is an elated and jovial festival, there are a lot of useful phrases we can learn and share with family and friends too! What does ‘stocking stuffer’ mean? Does ‘don’t look a gift horse in the mouth’ refer to not to stare at the horse? What means by ‘Christmas comes but once a year’? Are you curious about the meanings of them? Why don’t we reveal the answers now!

11 11, 2019

5 English phrases for stating the end of a relationship

11/11/2019|Categories: Conversation, Grammar|Tags: , |

Ending a relationship may be a mournful feeling, to move on, you may need to overcome that by telling the stories behind with your friends. Do you know how to express that with English phrases? The following article will be useful for you!

8 11, 2019

Resonance between two lovers : 5 English phrases to say you are off the market!

8/11/2019|Categories: Grammar|Tags: , |

When you are already taken, you may want to share it with others. Do you want to know any useful expressions for that?  Here come both formal and informal phrases to say that you are off the market! No matter you are having a crush on someone, deeply in love, or waiting for the right person, you can always get yourself prepared. Let's start from learning the phrases below!

7 11, 2019

5 Essential English phrases for stating Romantic Feelings

7/11/2019|Categories: Grammar|Tags: , |

When you start to question whether he/she has a crush on you , you may be secretly in love with him/her. That may not be as intense as love. It can be a romantic feeling in different extents. The following is some English expression to state the beginning of the romantic relationship.

18 10, 2019

What does ‘forty winks’ refer to ?10 Idioms about sleeping that you must learn!(2)

18/10/2019|Categories: Idioms|Tags: |

There are so many idioms about sleeping, and here are the 10 idioms that you must learn! How to wake someone up without saying ‘get up’? Is there idiom that can describe someone wake up and sleep early? What does it mean by getting up on the wrong side of the bed? If you have no clue about the answer to the above question, you can find them below!

16 10, 2019

What does ‘forty winks’ refer to ?10 Idioms about sleeping that you must learn! (1)

16/10/2019|Categories: Idioms|Tags: |

Different people may get used to different kinds of sleeping habits, so the idioms about sleeping are of rick variety too! Do you know how to describe someone who is always moving around during sleep? What are forty winks? How to say someone is staying up all night for doing things? This article can definitely help!

14 10, 2019

5 phrases about sleeping you should know!

14/10/2019|Categories: Daily, Phrasal-Verbs|Tags: |

Sleeping occupies one-third of our day, making it so important for us. There are a lot of words that we can use to describe sleeping other than the word ‘sleep’. Let’s check out the words below to make sure you can understand more about your sleeping habits!

9 10, 2019

Teacher’s Tips : Phrasal Verbs – to use or not to use?

9/10/2019|Categories: Phrasal-Verbs|Tags: |

In English, many people like to use phrasal verbs when talking and writing.  For many, it is simply easier and more natural to utilize these words.  Some examples might be to look up, ask for, or put off.  Once again, it’s very normal for people to use these phrasal verbs.  However, in a formal setting like an email or a meeting with superiors, it may be better to use formal language.  This sets the tone and makes you seem more professional even though the meaning of the words are exactly the same.

8 8, 2019

學英文:神翻譯!10個中文成語諺語的英文對照(下)

8/8/2019|Categories: Daily, Proverbs|Tags: |

上集講咗5個中英對譯嘅例子,如果未睇「神翻譯!(上)」嘅話,記得睇番啦!事不宜遲,快啲拎起枝筆,一齊抄低下集中英對照嘅成語諺語。

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