Sexy can mean many things: provoking or intended to provoke sexual interest (e.g. a sexy woman, a sexy dress), interesting, exciting, glamorous or trendy (e.g. a sexy car, a sexy project).
Tag: English with songs
English Vocabulary: Secrets
It would be incorrect to name this article "How to Talk about Secrets" because secrets are not to be talked about. Still, there is some useful vocabulary to learn, and it's no secret. So, read on, improve your vocabulary, and try to have as few secrets as possible...
This post is a follow-up to "Bird Vocabulary," which we hope you liked. We know that it's exciting to learn English with popular songs because that's one of the ways to see relevance of the material studied.
Slang in Beyonce’s Songs
Beyonce is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She is famous for her powerful voice, spectacular shows and strong personality. As a matter of fact, she can teach us some English too. Let's see what slang and idiom treasures her songs' lyrics hold...
Water Idioms & Collocations
Just because water is such an important part of everyone and everything and life truly depends on this invaluable resource, we'd like to devote this post to water. We hope it will inspire you to appreciate and save water because nowadays it may be even more important than ever.
Fire Idioms & Collocations
Let's look at common fire collocations and idioms to enrich our English vocabulary. We promise that this post will not only make you more knowledgeable but also warmer...
“I Wish” Construction
Clear explanation and plenty of examples. Learn English grammar in context!