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Idioms & Expressions for Christmas

Idioms & Expressions for Christmas

Posted by Tanya Peterson on 14th Dec 2018

Here are some Christmas idioms to get you in the holiday spirit! And if you're not sure what to buy your friends and family members this year, how about the gift of better English in the form of  … read more
Christmas Idioms

Christmas Idioms

Posted by Tanya Peterson on 11th Dec 2018

Improve your English with this Christmas themed ebook, Speak English on Christmas Day. In this free ebook, you'll join the Johnson family from Speak English Like an American as they celebrat … read more
Idioms to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Idioms to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Posted by Tanya Peterson on 19th Nov 2018

Thanksgiving is always celebrated the fourth Thursday of November in the USA. Friends and family gather for a meal, typically involving a turkey as the centerpiece. Common side dishes include sweet po … read more
Idioms for Halloween!

Idioms for Halloween!

Posted by Sam Brooks on 30th Oct 2018

On October 31, Americans celebrate Halloween. Kids dress up in costumes and go door to door, saying "Trick or treat!" People then deposit into their bags or plastic pumpkins a piece of candy -- most o … read more
Business English Lesson: ​Nine Tips for Emailing in English

Business English Lesson: ​Nine Tips for Emailing in English

Posted by Amy Gillett on 16th Aug 2018

TIP #1: Keep it short and simple.As in all business writing, the most important thing is to be clear. Observe the “KISS” rule (Keep it Short and Simple). Say something as directly as you can. Keep in … read more