FISHY – An American Idiom Lesson

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FISHY What does it mean when someone says that something is fishy? Well, when fish is not fresh, it has a bad smell. We can’t trust or believe that the fish is fresh if it smells bad. So the idiom fishy means that the thing you heard is probably not true. Something that is fishy is suspicious. I think Tommy’s …

GET THE BOOT – An American Idiom Lesson

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GET THE BOOT What does it mean when someone says get the boot? Well, the idiom, get the boot means to be forced to leave some place. We often use get the boot to mean to get fired from a job, but it can be used in other situations. If you don’t reach your sales target by the end of …

YouTube English Grammar Lesson – Second Conditional With IF

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Here is another YouTube English lesson for you! For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at using IF to imagine something. We use this grammar to talk about hypothetical situations. It’s called the SECOND CONDITIONAL. I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please take a minute and subscribe to my YouTube Channel! If you know anyone who might …

BUGS – An American Idiom Lesson

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IT BUGS ME! What does it mean when someone says that something bugs them? Well, bug is another word for insect, you know, like a spider or a fly. Well, for many people, those small creatures are annoying, right? So we use the word bug as a verb to mean “to be bothered or annoyed.” My neighbor plays loud music …