We talk about what we like all the time, don't we? So, having an extensive vocabulary to talk about your likes and dislikes sure is desirable (see useful tips for memorizing vocabulary here). See the synonyms for the ever popular phrase I like it and increase your vocabulary with this post. Do you need a … Continue reading 25+ Ways to Say “I Like it”
“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” George Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright and critic Food is an essential part of our life and it’s very important to be able to discuss it. In English, there is a number of words related to things we eat which are sometimes confused - food, … Continue reading Food, Meal, Dish or Cuisine?
"Busyness is not a reason for not getting other things done." Alan Cohen, an American businessman We use have something done (get something done is more informal) to say that we arrange form somebody else to do something for us. Compare: I washed the car. (= I washed the car myself.) I had the car … Continue reading Causative: Have & Get Something Done
As a follow-up to the hugely popular “Health Proverbs, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs”, we are posting this article. Learn more health-related vocabulary and practice it with the exercises in the Practice section.
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The importance of good health has been promoted for centuries. That's why there are so many sayings about health in all languages...
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