english idioms

English Relationship expressions: idioms and phrasal verbs, drift apart, make out, make up...

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Today we have an unusual class! We will talk about idioms and phrasal verbs used to talk about relationships, there are so many of them and they are used by native speakers all the time!
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English travelling idioms: hit the road, drive up the wall, itchy feet, take for a ride

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We continue studying English idioms today! Now we will take a look at travelling idioms, there are quite interesting ones in this category: hit the road, drive up the wall, itchy feet, take for a ride.

English food idioms - a piece of cake, break bread, cherry pick, eat alive, eat the cost

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It's high time we started studying English food idioms, since they are extremely entertaining! Today we will focus on the following ones: a piece of cake, break bread, cherry pick, eat alive and eat the cost.
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English sport idioms 1 - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, roll with the punches

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Sport idioms are quite popular in English and they are totally logical and fun! So let's study five of them - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, play hardball, roll with the punches.
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Phrasal verbs: get off + idioms 2 - get off one's chest/case/tail, get off high horse, get off with

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This is the second video, devoted to GET OFF idioms, here we'll talk about the following ones: get off one's high horse, get off one's back/case/tail, get off the hook, get off with somebody. Let's boost our vocabulary!
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English phrasal verbs: get off + idioms - get off the ground, one's chest, on the right foot

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Phrasal verbs can sometimes get combined with idioms and we get very interesting phrases as the result. Today let us take a sneak peek at possible combinations with GET OFF.
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№88 English idioms - red: roll out the red carpet, be in red, red eye, catch red-handed, see red

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Here are the idioms we are going to study:
1. Roll out the red carpet
2. Be in red
3. Red eye
4. Catch red-handed
5. Red tape
6. See red
7. Like a red rag to a bull
Enlarge your vocabulary and sound more like a native speaker! ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№81 English idioms - black hat, white hat, grey hat hackers, clothes idioms, color idioms

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In this video we will study three English idioms - a black hat, a white hat and a grey hat - what are these? There are two meanings here and they are quite fascinating! So let's get cracking!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№75 English vocabulary - Water idioms: keep head above water, burst one's bubble, water under bridge

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Water idioms are very popular in English and they mean so different things! Imagination goes wild, when you try to understand these idioms and see the logiс within!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№73 English vocabulary 18+ Clothes idioms: have up one's sleeve, a button on a fur coat...

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In this class we will learn several clothes idioms in English! Here they are - have up one's sleeve, a button on a fur coat, keep smth under one's hat, the gloves are off. One phrase is FOR ADULTS ONLY!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№68 English vocabulary - Finger idioms: put finger on, rule of thumb, cross fingers, give the finger

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Today our focus will fall on several idioms, connected with fingers! Put one's finger on, rule of thumb, cross fingers, finger on the pulse, give the finger.. And as usual I'll show you examples from your favourite TV shows!
 
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№65 English - #54 Russian Body parts challenge with Philochko: English and Russian body idioms

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We've got a very interesting class in store for you! Here we will name one idiom for as many body parts as possible! There are so many of them and some are just hilarious! It's going to be fun!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№61 English Idioms 7 with "Sex and the city" - swing into high gear, not a drop, take the high road

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And once again we study English idioms with "Sex and the city" TV show! Three more idioms for today to enlarge your vocabulary - "swing into high gear", "not a drop", "take the high road"
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№58 English Idioms 6 with Sex and the City - pop the question, take a rain check, up to one's ears

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Today we study English Idioms with "Sex and the city" TV show! Idioms are part and parcel of any language, especially English as it is very figurative! The idioms for today are - "to pop the question", "to take a rain check'', "be up to one's ears".
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№54 English Idioms 4 with FRIENDS - blow off steam, leave in the air, caution to the wind...

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We keep studying English Idioms, this time I found them in FRIENDS TV show, they are really interesting and useful! Enrich your vocabulary and understand native speakers better!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
1) blow off steam
2) state of the art
3) leave in the air
4) to the rescue
5) throw caution to the wind
 

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