Infographic borrowed from: https://symbolismandmetaphor.com/idioms-guide/
English idioms, proverbs, and expressions are an important part of everyday English. They come up all the time in both written and spoken English. Because idioms don't always make sense literally, you'll need to familiarize yourself with the meaning and usage of each idiom. That may seem like a lot of work, but learning idioms is fun, especially when you compare English idioms to the idioms in your own language. To read more about idioms, go to English Idioms at EF.edu
To learn more about idioms, you can also go to this Idioms Guide.
There are many lists of idioms available for your review online. Here a few you might wish to look over:
Below, you will find an "award winning" video about idioms. Enjoy!
[Excerpt below taken from https://www.clarkandmiller.com/numbers-in-english-the-ultimate-guide/]
"Saying numbers in English can be tricky. In fact, some of the most advanced learners make mistakes saying numbers in English. A lot. But it’s important to get them right, right? We need numbers all the time.
We need numbers when we talk about money or how long that really boring film was or what the temperature is or the size of your new elephant factory. Numbers are everywhere! So let’s make you an expert in saying numbers in English!"
To continue reading about how to saying and read large numbers in English, please click on the following link: NUMBERS IN ENGLISH.
Here are some other links that you might find useful on this topic:
"How to Say Big Numbers"
"Saying Large Numbers in English"
"Writing and Saying Large Numbers"
When learning a language, a dictionary is an absolute must. For many years, when it came to using a dictionary, you only had a couple of options, and all them involved carrying around a big, thick book everywhere you went. Today, however, there are many dictionaries online that you can use from your computer or even cellphone.
But which online dictionary should I use? There are so many to choose from.
Well, the folks at waketech.com have an answer for you.
To review which online dictionaries are most helpful, click on this link:
How do you learn new English words? Here are some suggestions for increasing your English vocabulary.
Further Reading on the topic:
Enhance My Vocabulary.com
My name is Craig, and I've been teaching English for many years. I initially created this site for my students, but all English learners are welcome. I hope you find something helpful to you. Feel free to leave suggestions or ideas in the Comments section under any entry.