The visual guide to fruits, fruit and vegetable idioms, and the difference between "fruit" and "fruits" explained.
If you use the vocabulary the post aims to teach you, and, most importantly, if you do it right, you will definitely show how highly proficient you are in English. All the vocabulary is taken from CPE practice tests.
This post is going to be about the day when marriage, and therefore a whole new life, starts - the wedding day. In particular, we'll look at vocabulary related to the occasion.
Useful truth and lies collocations and idioms. Boost your vocabulary with us!
Alicia Keys is a truly talented singer-songwriter, who can not only send us love through her music but also teach us some English. So, in this article, let's look at 15 very useful idioms from Alicia's hits.
What can be better than hours of rest after a long working day? What do you do to recharge your batteries? Do you let your hair down? Do you indulge yourself in a treat? Read on to learn useful vocabulary related to rest and relaxation. Put your feet up and enjoy!
Do you have a good head for figures? Would you like to get teeth into something new? What would you give your right arm for? Read on to know what the idioms mean and boost your vocabulary...
This post will look at vocabulary connected with the animal world. It'll teach you to describe animals and birds, typical animal behavior, animal life, etc. There are also a few useful animal idioms that you might like to use in various everyday situations. Read on...
Both risk and threat are about some unpleasant or dangerous things. But they are different. How? Do you feel it? Put the feeling into words and learn useful vocabulary to talk about risks and threats!
Some people say that luck is nothing but hard work, and let's face it, that's not far from the truth. But despite the down-to-earth view of it, there are numerous idioms related to luck, and even the most rational and practical people occasionally use the vocabulary. So, let's join them!