It's Halloween on the 31st October, the night when ghosts and witches are said to appear. Here are some suitably ghostly, spooky, evil and mysterious words and phrases... :-) Happy Halloween! Witches, ghosts and skeletons ♦ witch-hunt - to go on a … [Read More...]
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You'll find lots of lessons and resources on this site to help you successfully learn English.
There are grammar and vocabulary lessons, English idioms, quizzes, polls, and posts about life in the UK. And there's also a useful directory of English language learning websites.
Many English language learners find English phrasal verbs difficult to learn and use: I love them so I've written many definitions and examples here to help you understand and use them better :-)
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1. To throw together something, or throw something together, is to prepare or create it without much planning and with whatever is available at the time. Examples of use: a) I haven't … [Continue Reading...]
An anagram is word or phrase made by rearranging all the letters of another word or phrase. Anagrams are often used for fun and are used mainly in games and puzzles, … [Continue Reading...]
1. To make over something or somebody (or make something or somebody over) is to give them a different or improved appearance. If a person is made over they are given a new hairstyle and new … [Continue Reading...]
To stop over is to stop at a place and stay there for one or two days when you are on a journey to somewhere else. American English: lay over has the same meaning as stop over. I would be … [Continue Reading...]