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Jul 01

10 quick tips to improve your spoken English

Speak your mind. With precision 10 quick tips to improve your spoken English Read on and imbibe the 10 tips to make your words and sentences in English flow like a charming river. 1. Think in English The mind is a powerful tool. Use it. Speak to yourself in English and let your thoughts about […]

Jun 20

IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-9)

  A FINE KETTLE OF FISH: Just as a pot of fish will begin to stink if it stands for too long, so a problem that is neglected too long will be hard to fix; a mistake hard to remedy; a situation that is hard to get out of. “This is a fine kettle of […]

Jun 19

IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES(part-8)

  A FAIR CRACK AT: A chance to try your luck; opportunity to fix or solve a problem; an opening or possibility to show how well you can do. “I know I could be a good movie actress if I were given a fair crack at it.” “If I were given a fair crack at […]

Jun 17

IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES(part-7)

A CUT ABOVE THE AVERAGE: Better than most; higher than normal; quite good compared to normal standards. “The new, young, foreign graduates that we have been hiring are a cut above average because they have been trained in a more up-to-date educational system.” “Our work for the client must be a cut above average if […]

Jun 15

IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-6)

A CLIP OVER THE CAR: A slap on the side of the head; a smack on the ear; a box on the ear. “My son, if you don’t stop that noise I’ll give you a clip over the ear.” “Father says that if he ever catches me lying, he’ll give me a clip over the […]

Jun 14

IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-5)

  A BUNDLE OF NERVES: A person who is very stressed and jumpy. “I have been under so much pressure in the office and at home recently that I am little more than a bundle of nerves.” “Before I have to give a presentation or speech, I am always a bundle of nerves.” A CASE […]

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