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Idioms and vocabulary

Idioms and vocabulary

A collection of English idioms and vocabulary.

SENSIBLE is an English adjective that indicates a reasonable and judicious person.

CATCHING SOMEONE RED-HANDED is when someone sees, and perhaps apprehends, someone else as they are doing something bad or illegal.

LOOK, GLANCE, STARE ... three variations of the verb "to watch"

SPEAK, TALK, CHAT… so many words that mean "expressing something in words

GOSSIPMONGER is the English word to indicate a person who habitually enjoys talking about other people's private lives.

'i. e.' means 'that is'. It's an abbreviation of the Latin "id est".

HOLD YOUR HORSES! It is what you say when someone is moving too quickly or thoughtlessly. It means "wait a moment or be patient".

e.g.: this expression is a Latin abbreviation for exempli gratia and means “for example.”

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Advanced - English Tense Nomenclature

Advanced - English Tense Nomenclature

English grammar lesson on-line for advanced level students or teachers - A short description of the three aspects of the English Read More
Elementary - Singular and Plural

Elementary - Singular and Plural

English grammar lesson on-line for elementary level students - An explanation of singular and plural nouns with audio explanation and printable Read More
Can/could and may/might - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

Can/could and may/might - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the modal verbs can/could and may/might which explains what rules you must follow when using these verbs, Read More
Advanced - Future Forms

Advanced - Future Forms

English grammar lesson on-line for advanced level students or teachers - A view on the different ways to express Future: will, Read More
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