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Cold Idioms and Slang! 1

Cold Idioms and Slang!
A cool post with cold idioms! Here are the most practical idioms with the word “cold”. a cold fish a person who does not seem very friendly and does not show their emotions ! ” He isn’t very demonstrative, but his mother was a cold fish so he probably gets it from her. “ a ...

Idioms Most Frequently Used in Conversation

Idioms Most Frequently Used in Conversation
Here are some Idioms with long used frequently in conversation. Useful for NON-NATIVE English Learners. Ben: Hi Jill! I haven’t seen you for ages. Jill: Yeah, long time no see! [I haven’t see you for a long time] Nancy: Hey, what happened to your plan to go on holiday with Ken? Rita: Oh, it’s a ...

Adjectives, Idioms & Slangs of Angry situations 10

Adjectives, Idioms & Slangs of Angry situations
Angry Adjectives: Here are some adjectives that we use that mean angry. They are show strong anger. They can be used in any situation – none of them are slang. * Enraged * Furious * Infuriated * Irate * Livid Angry Idioms: Here are some idioms that can be used in angry situations To have ...

Slang & Jargon in English 1

Slang Slang is the use of highly informal words and expressions that are not considered standard in the speaker’s dialect or language. Few linguists have endeavored to clearly define what constitutes slang. Attempting to remedy this, Bethany K. Dumas and Jonathan Lighter argue that an expression should be considered “true slang” if it meets at ...

Conversational Responses in English Conversations 2

Conversational Responses in English Conversations
Conversational Responses in Daily English Conversations Idioms which use in order to put emphasis on conversational responses (answers): possible stimulus: Its nearly the end of the holiday already. you say: How time flies! you mean: You are surprised at how quickly time has passed. . . possible stimulus: you can borrow my car tonight you ...

American Style Speaking No.1 2

“American Style Speaking“ is the new section in “LWL” zone. in these posts you will find a pdf file and an audio file (mp3 format) that compressed in a zip file. each post is a lesson extracted from a short story, that written in American routine talking mode which can improves your American accent speaking. in end ...

“Haiku” by J.Zimmerman

Haiku by J. Zimmerman The Haiku is a Japanese verse form, and its name is generally translated as “good words.” A haiku is just a tiny poem, the size of your breath. They are good for you. History. The Haiku originated in Japan. Historically, it derives from the haikai (a linked-verse poem) which was created ...

Idioms of Anger (#1) 1

Idioms of Anger (#1)
Being angry These informal idioms can be used either about yourself or about a third person. I’m fed up (to the back teeth) with trying to live on such a small wage. I’m at my wits’ end trying to keeps things in order. ( wits: intelligence, brain) I’ve had it up to here with this ...