Monthly Archive:: September 2015

10 clothing idioms

10 clothing idioms – Visual Study Method Cut from the same cloth, with a fine-toothed comb, fit like a glove, to lose one’s shirt, roll up one’s sleeves, have an ace up one’s sleeve, to laugh up one’s sleeve, get the boot, fill someone’s shoes, below the belt For idioms follow the list;

Uses of “Had Better Do Something” and “Had Better Not Do Something”

Uses of “Had Better Do Something” and “Had Better Not Do Something” The meaning of had better (‘d better) is quite similar to ‘should’.

Uses Of Some Prepositions – “Across from”, “On”, “Between”, “Next to”, “Near”, “Far from”

Uses Of Some Prepostions – “Across from”, “On”, “Between”, “Next to”, “Near”, “Far from” Visual expression, Follow the picture;

Ways of Warning Someone – Speaking English

Ways of Warning Someone – Speaking English Beware, be careful, take care / mind how you go, mind.

Uses of Used to and Be Used to

Uses of Used to and Be Used to Used to: an action or habit that was common in the past but not anymore. Be used to: being accustomed to something. It is not unusual anymore.

Uses of “There is” and “There are”

Uses of “There is” and “There are” We use there is and there are to say that something exists. There is is singular, there are is plural. 

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can”

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can” English Learn Site – be, have, got, can, pronouns. Follow the list;

Talking About The Past

Talking About The Past Past simple; finished actions, past states, past habits and routines, actions following one another Past perfect; an event that happened before another past event, an event that happened before a certain point in past

Food Idioms (Idioms and Meanings)

Food Idioms (Idioms and Meanings) butter someone up, cheesy, cool as a cucumber, cream of the crop, cry over spilled milk and meanings.

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important)

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important) Uses of can, be able to, can’t, could, may, might, must, have to, need to, needn’t, musn’t, don’t have to, should, ought to and example sentences.