20 12, 2021
In the past, we shared some idioms that are related to animals, for example, cats, dogs, and pigs. Besides that, there are many phrasal verbs about animals too. They can be used to describe an action or behavior. Let’s learn these English words that are easy to remember!
7 12, 2021
Today, we will talk about 5 more phrasal verbs which will have a different meaning by adding sb or sth! Let us ask you a question, do you remember the difference between ‘take sb in’ and ‘take sth in’? If you cannot remember the difference, review the previous article after reading the article today!
6 10, 2021
Never realized the difference between ‘take sb in’ and ‘take sth in’? They are completely different by adding sb or sth (part 1)!
In English, the same phrasal verb can have completely different meanings to describe people and things, such as ‘give away’. You may think its meaning is only to give a freebie to sb, but in fact, it has another meaning. Have you heard it before?
20 11, 2020
When different English words combine together, they might have different meanings. When a preposition is followed after a verb, they form a phrasal verb. If different prepositions are added to the same verb, they can have totally different meanings. Let’s learn the following ‘get’ phrasal verb and see whether you know all of them!
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!
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.
14 10, 2019
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
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.
26 2, 2018
估唔到簡單一句 "keep up" 都咁好使好用！ 冇錯，keep up 其實有多達 10 種唔同意思－只要配合唔同上下文（context），就表達到截然不同嘅含義！ 睇睇以下 10 個 "keep up" 嘅例句啦！