Learn English With Gossip Girl TV Program – Part II

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Watching TV programs in English is a great way to improve your English. I always suggest doing so to my students. TV dramas and sitcoms (situation comedy) are the best because those give you the chance to listen to conversational English. It’s also a good way to learn everyday, casual English. For today’s lesson, I’ve taken a few lines from …

9 Idioms from Numbers

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Today, let’s have a look at some idioms that use numbers. At first sight, these may seem difficult to remember, but on second thought, I am sure you will learn them well enough to use them. Let’s start off by reading the idioms in a story: Part 1: Idioms in a story Jack went to hang out with his friend …

English Idiom Lesson: How To Get Someone To Stop Talking!

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Do you have any friends who are blabbermouths? Here is another awesome  Kaplan illustration with some idioms you can use to shut them up!   Kaplan International Colleges If you enjoyed this lesson, get email updates (it’s free). Enter email address:   If you know anyone who has trouble with this English language point, why not help them out! Just …

English Idiom Lesson: Idioms with Break

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Happy Friday Everyone! Today I want to show you a few useful idioms using the word break. Check them out and try to use them in your English conversation or writing this weekend! Break someone’s heart How to use it:  [someone] breaks another person’s heart Explanation: When you break someone’s heart, you disappoint them romantically. Example: Ted broke Mary’s heart …