Learn common English idioms used at work, especially during brainstorming sessions. Even better, you can also use these idioms in daily conversation.
Tired of using the same old phrases to say ‘I’m annoyed’ in English? In this Confident English lesson, you’ll have a variety of rich expressions to say you’re feeling annoyed in English.
Like idioms, English euphemisms are figurative in meaning. We use them to soften uncomfortable topics, such as aging. In this lesson, you’ll learn 20 common euphemisms to describe people and aging.
Use these English idioms to express your feelings. Idioms add creativity and nuance so you can express yourself precisely.
Get ready to cheer for your favorite athlete during the Olympics or talk about the World Cup Final with common English idioms, phrasal verbs, and more.
Use these English idioms to make your conversation more dynamic when expressing a lack of time, too much time, right on time, and more.
Use English idioms & current slang to talk about what’s cool right now and what’s not. Expand your vocabulary to talk about what’s popular.
Use more powerful and precise ways to talk about feeling happy, sad, tired, confused, angry or ‘all the feels’ in English. Get 23 collocations, idioms, and synonyms including blissfully happy, to feel prickly, to have a heavy heart, and more.
Boost your vocabulary with 8 new English idioms. Learn, get examples, and practice how to use these common music idioms in your English conversations.
Use idiomatic expressions to describe personalities in English, like ‘she’s a real lone wolf’ or ‘he’s a go-getter.’ Get 8 idioms you can add to your daily English and understand native speakers more easily.