English Lesson & Mp3 Audio: Love & Romance Idioms for Valentines Day

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  You can listen to the audio of this lesson here as you read along: [powerpress url=”http://blog.myhappyenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Enflish-idiom-lesson-love-and-romance1.mp3″] Introduction Jack and Diane met on Valentine’s Day, 2012 when they went on a blind date. They hit it off right away. Some people said it was love at first sight. That night, they spent several hours chatting, laughing and making eyes at …

English Idiom Lesson & mp3 Audio: Pig Out & Cut Down

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Both of these idioms can be used to talk about eating. Today, I’m going to show you how they are used. Listen to the lesson and read the text! [powerpress url=”http://blog.myhappyenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Pig-Out-and-cut-down1.mp3″] Pig out is a verb and means “to overeat” or “to eat too much.” I always pig out when I go to a buffet restaurant. Jack said he pigged …

English Lesson: Idioms from Sex And The City [Hook Up With]

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Today we will start looking at some idioms and slang from the hit HBO series, Sex and The City, Season 1, Episode 1. Careful, this program uses sexual language and topics. This English lesson is written for adults. Hook up with [someone] means to get together or make a connection with someone. There are generally two different ways to use …

English Idiom: Pull an All-Nighter!

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Have you ever pulled an all-nighter? When you stay awake all night to do something, we say you pull an all-nighter. You can pull an all-nighter to study for an exam, play video games, or drink alcohol. Joe pulled an all-nighter to study for his History exam, and he got an A! I got so focused on my game, that …