English Idiom – Feeling under the weather

A new idiom for today – Feeling under the weather What it means: To feel mildly ill or sick   In a sentence: I’m feeling under the weather today, so I’m not going to the party. Read more →

International Women’s Day

1 day to celebrate equality, 365 days to put it into practice! Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them. Read more →

Connector Corner – Connectors of Cause and Reason

This week in Connector Corner we have: Connectors of Cause & Reason Read more →

English idiom – Add insult to injury

A new idiom for today – “Add insult to injury” What it means: To make a bad or unfortunate situation even worse.   In a sentence: My human parents took me to the vet, and then to add insult to injury the cat eats from my dish!     Read more →

Connector Corner – Connectors of Contrast

This week in Connector Corner we have: Connectors of Contrast. Read more →

English Idioms – Hit the Books

A new idiom for today – “Hit the books” What it means: To study diligently In a sentence: “I can’t go out this weekend; I have to hit the books for my English exam.” Read more →

What we have all been waiting for…It’s Friday!

What we have all been waiting for…It’s Friday! What plans are your plans for the weekend? Have a good weekend and make lots of memories! Read more →

Ways to ask someone to phone you

Ways to ask someone to phone you… Give me a ring when you can. Give me a bell tomorrow. Give me a buzz tonight. Give me a shout later. Read more →

Connector Corner – Connectors of Addition

Over the next few weeks we will take a look at the different types of connectors and how to use them. Our first set of connectors are the ones for adding information. Read more →

English idioms – I could eat a horse

A new idiom for today (I’m so hungry) I could eat a horse = you are extremely hungry Read more →

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