English Idiom “Rip-off” from Happy English NY

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Today we are going to look at the idiom rip-off, which can be used as a noun or a verb. This  expression means stealing or cheating. We often use rip-off when we feel we have been overcharged for something. In this case, we say that something is/was a rip-off:      -They charge $9 for a beer at the baseball stadium. What …

Happy English is Looking for #ESL Teachers who blog

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So, here is the story. I am not selling anything, but looking to build a community of ESL teachers via an online newspapter called paper.li. If you have never see paper.li, basically it updates every 12 hours and picks up twitter posts that have links and arranges those links in an online newspapter format. Here is mine: Happy English New …