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Phrasal verbs: - To chicken out - to decide not to do something because you are too frightened.

Phrasal verbs: - To chicken out - to decide not to do something because you are too frightened.

Have you ever made a song and dance about something?

Have you ever made a song and dance about something?

IDIOMS: Look/feel like million dollars - to look or feel extremely good, often because you are wearing something that costs a lot of money.

IDIOMS: Look/feel like million dollars - to look or feel extremely good, often because you are wearing something that costs a lot of money.

Dress up – to wear nice (вишукано одягнутися). Example: It's a fancy restaurant so we have to dress up.

Dress up – to wear nice (вишукано одягнутися). Example: It's a fancy restaurant so we have to dress up.

Don't skip an important meeting! Except in a case you are on the sea....

Don't skip an important meeting! Except in a case you are on the sea....

Розширюємо свої знання англійської, вивчаючи ідіоми. Синонімом до ідіоми "a storm in a teacup" в українській мові є фразеологізм - "робити з мухи слона".

Розширюємо свої знання англійської, вивчаючи ідіоми. Синонімом до ідіоми "a storm in a teacup" в українській мові є фразеологізм - "робити з мухи слона".

Time for a new idiom. :) l‬

Time for a new idiom. :) l‬

Phrasal verbs: Jazz someone/something up – to make something more attractive or interesting;  to decorate something to make it more colorful.

Phrasal verbs: Jazz someone/something up – to make something more attractive or interesting; to decorate something to make it more colorful.

Idioms: - To bet on the wrong horse – to make a mistake in predicting the future

Idioms: - To bet on the wrong horse – to make a mistake in predicting the future

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