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English idiom: The final / last straw

The idiom which is going to be discussed here in this post is: The last straw, or the final straw so notice the following example to start understanding the meaning of this popular idiom: Juliet: Thanks God, after a long time we could pass our last exam today. Katy: You are right and I’m so Read more about English idiom: The final / last straw[…]

Adjectives order in English

Adjectives order in English Sometime we need to describe something or someone, by more than just one adjective because it isn’t enough to use just one adjective to describe what we want to express. So in such situations we need to know which adjective should be used before the other(s). Based on these order we Read more about Adjectives order in English[…]

Common Mistakes with indifferent

Which one is correct? indifferent for or indifferent to? So here in this post some points related to this answer will be discussed and you will learnt these points which help you to avoid one of English Common Mistakes. Let’s take a look at the meaning of ‘indifferent’ before every thing: indifferent: /inˈdif(ə)rənt/ adjective – apathetic, detached; unbiased, impartial ; Read more about Common Mistakes with indifferent[…]

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English Idiom: Keep something at bay

The idiom which is going to be discussed here in this post is: Keep something at bay or hold someone/something at bay, so notice the following example to know the meaning of this popular idiom: Mark: Do you have any information about Jack? Mike: I just heard that he had an surgery on Tuesday. Mark: So Read more about English Idiom: Keep something at bay[…]

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English Proverb: Actions speak louder than words

 Actions speak louder than words  The proverb which is going to be discussed here in this post related to a situation in which someone wants to do something but he / she talks about the action. Proverb #90 Actions speak louder than words Meaning: It is better to do something rather than just talking What Read more about English Proverb: Actions speak louder than words[…]

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Movie: Fast and Furious

Fast and Furious is a series of action movies with great actors and actresses which gather a lot of audiences through the world.  Here in this post some scenes of the 7th series of Fast and Furious movie which has the name of Fast and Furious 7 has been chosen as a source for English learning.  Read more about Movie: Fast and Furious[…]

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English Idiom: Jump on the bandwagon

The idiom which is going to be discussed here in this post is: Jump on the bandwagon so notice the following example to know its meaning: Adrian: I thought your dad hated Mrs. Johnson already. Ted: Well, she’s the manager now, so he decided to jump on the bandwagon. Adrian: I think most of the other Read more about English Idiom: Jump on the bandwagon[…]

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Rumi Quotes

Rumi – Poet Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī, Mevlânâ/Mawlānā, Mevlevî/Mawlawī, and more popularly simply as Rumi, was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic originally from Greater Khorasan. Born: September 30, 1207,  Balkh [now in Afghanistan] Died: December 17, 1273, Konya, Turkey Full name: Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Read more about Rumi Quotes[…]

The difference between skill and talent

Here in this post the difference between skill and talent is going to be discussed so we take a close look at the meaning of both of these close words in meaning and these differences will be more understood by some examples. So let’s start this discussion by taking a look at the meaning of these Read more about The difference between skill and talent[…]

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English Idiom: It takes two to tango

The idiom which is going to be discussed here in this post is: It takes two to tango so notice the following example to know its meaning: Mia: There is no need to treat me like that. Charlotte: You mess up all things yourself and I have no connection with it. Mia: You can’t be so irresponsible Read more about English Idiom: It takes two to tango[…]