English Phrases, Idioms

Phrasal Verbs – Let up, Let down

Let up - become less intense or slower The rain finally let up. (slowed down, stopped) The US economy lets ...
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Phrasal Verbs – What are phrasal verbs?

What are phrasal verbs? Phrasl verbs are also called Two-part verbs, three-part verbs, and multi-part verbs. Phrasl verbs is different ...
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Phrasal Verbs – Big mouth, My lips are sealed, To mouth someone off, Chatterbox, On the tip of my tongue.

This is a video clips for idioms related with the part of the human body. The original source of this ...
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Phrasal Verbs – make up, make out, make a point…

This is a video lesson from Steve Ford. He is a Canadian English teacher and owns a English learning website ...
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Make someone’s mouth water

to cause saliva to flow in someone's mouth It makes my mouth water. It makes me salivate. The BBQ makes ...
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Composed of

Composed of – assembled or made out of something. The story originally was composed of 4 colleage classmates. This cloth ...
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Fair weather

Fair weather 1. suitable or used only during fair weather.  suitable for outdoor acivities. 2. present or dependable only in ...
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As opposed to

In contrast to / in contrast with Why does this website have a lot of potential as opposed to others? ...
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Fond of

Be fond of : have a liking for I’m fond of chocolate. Eunhye isn’t fond of me, but I’m fond ...
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