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English idioms. Do you ever sound like a broken record?

 We can use this idiom in both positive and negative ways. English Speaking Skills, Advanced English Vocabulary, Learning English Online, English Writing Skills, English Vocabulary Words, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Language Learning, English Words

English Idiom. We can use this idiom in both positive and negative ways. For example, it can take two people working together to successfully complete a project. However, in an argument, it's also the responsibility of two people. Here's an example sentence, "In order to make this work, the two of you will have to work together. After all, it takes two to tango."

 A great, easy-to-use idiom for those days when life is too stressful. For example, "I'm at the end of my rope! I didn’t have my morning coffee, my car died, and now I’m running late to work. Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Language Learning
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English Idioms. A great, easy-to-use idiom for those days when life is too stressful. For example, "I'm at the end of my rope!! I didn’t have my morning coffee, my car died, and now I’m running late to work."

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 A fantastic idiom to add to your daily English conversations. Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Study, English Lessons

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English Idioms. A fantastic idiom to add to your daily English conversations.

Add this useful idiom to your English vocabulary for those days when you're exhausted after a long week at work. Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Language Learning
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 Here's a great example of how to use this idiom, "I know you're nervous but I'm sure you'll find your feet in Germany. It's always challenging to move to another country in the beginning. Daily English Vocabulary, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Fun, English Study, Learn English
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English Idioms. Here's a great example of how to use this idiom, "I know you're nervous but I'm sure you'll find your feet in Germany. It's always challenging to move to another country in the beginning."

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Advanced English Vocabulary. Here's an example of a back-handed compliment—Yesterday Laura asked if I got my hair cut because my "hair finally suits my face now." What did she mean by that? Is she saying my hair looked terrible before? What a back-handed compliment!

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Here are 10 English language idioms, that you might find useful to know. A bitter pill (to swallow) A situation or information that is unpleasant but must be accepted. Example: Losing to a younger player was a bitter pill to swallow. Not winning the Premiership was a bitter pill to swallow for a team that was used …