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Anxious about talking to new people? Listen to 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello. This is 6 Minute English and I’m Neil. Joining me for our discussion is Georgina. Georgina: Hello! Neil: Now, Georgina, you’re a chatty, sociable kind of person, aren’t you? Georgina: Well, yes, I think so. Neil: But would Read more…


25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE

25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE

Hey guys welcome to my channel welcome to this video in this video we’re talking about top 25 idioms They make you sound more natural more American in fact Americans and British people and native English speakers are using a Read more…


‘Rub it in’ Meaning | English Business Idioms

‘Rub it in’ Meaning | English Business Idioms

Here I will explain the idiom “rub it in.” English winners, have you ever heard this phrase? “Just keep rubbing it in, won’t you?” “Just keep rubbing it in, won’t you?” Or: “Stop trying to rub it in.” “Stop trying Read more…


Common English Autumn Idioms | #englishidioms #learnenglish

Common English Autumn Idioms | #englishidioms #learnenglish

hi and welcome back to love English I’m Leila and today I want to share 10 idioms with you 10 very common English idioms but they are connected to autumn the language that they use is rather autumnal in meaning Read more…


10 English Words BORROWED From Other Languages (French, Japanese, Chinese etc.)

10 English Words BORROWED From Other Languages (French, Japanese, Chinese etc.)

Eat Sleep Dreamers the English language is made up of words from around the world. We have borrowed words from every language that I can think of. I mean, more than half of the English words are from either Latin Read more…