Time for a quick idiom lesson! “It’s not my cup of tea.” For example: A: Do you like watching baseball? A bunch of us are going to a bar to watch the Yankees game this weekend if you want to come. B: Hmmm. Baseball really isn’t my cup of tea…but it’s better than staying home.Continue reading “Friday in a Flash: “Not my cup of tea””
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Even though spring is technically here (well…in the Northern Hemisphere anyway!), that doesn’t mean that winter weather has said goodbye. Read on for seven useful winter weather phrases. snowed in This phrasal verb is used when you cannot leave (usually your house) because there has been too much snow. We went on vacation in the mountainsContinue reading “Brrrr! 7 Winter Weather Words”
Last week we talked about a few American football idioms, and in honor of the Olympics, let’s keep the ball rolling (continue) with more sports-related idioms! Read the idiom / phrase, followed by the example. See if you can guess the meaning of the idiom before moving on to reading the definion. 1. neckContinue reading “It’s the Olympics! Let’s talk sports idioms”
I’m a real fan of “3s”…can you tell from my blog post titles? And well, I’m at it again with these three idiomatic English expressions. catch 22 (noun) Meaning: A situation that has no answer or solution. It comes from a novel of the same name. Example: “I applied for some jobs, but they won’t hireContinue reading “3 English Expressions”