Tuesday, March 29, 2016

to come in on ~- English idiomatic expressions # 45

In this expression “on” referring to days like Sunday, Monday or weekend and we don’t use in month, we only use it for days so somebody will say to you like this “can you come in on Wednesday?” Also we can use it for numbers like “can you come in on 4th?”

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

English idioms and phrases with practical examples & conversations

American English Idiomatic Expressions part 2 – English idioms and phrases with practical examples & conversations

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American English Idiomatic Expression part 2, the series of Coach Shane’s English expression, is in your hand. In this series, you will learn 1000 common English idioms and phrases. There are 20 parts in this series and every part has 50 expressions.

I picked up these common English expressions from sitcoms, movies, news, etc. Having learned these sayings, idioms and phrasal verbs, you would be able to understand movies, sitcoms, and news. Also, you would be able to communicate in all around the world. Your listening comprehension would be much better.

Unique features of the Coach Shane’s English Expressions series (20 parts)

  • ·        50 common American English expressions in every part
  • ·        English idioms and phrases with practical examples
    ·        One conversation/dialogue at the end of the every expression
    ·        Very simple and easiest way
    ·        A great book for intermediate and advance level ESL (English as a second langue) peoples
    ·        You will know when and in which situation, you have to speak these idiomatic expressions.
    ·        Enrich your vocabulary with English idioms
More parts of this series are coming soon. If you have any question or suggestion, please let me know. I would do more improvement in my upcoming book part 3. And I hope that this book series would be very helpful for you and you would know English idioms and how to use them.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

A pain in the neck- English idiomatic expressions # 44

Something that makes you annoying is called a pin in the neck. For example that teacher is a pain in the neck he always talks about study study and study and I hate him. Or traffic jam is in pain in the neck.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Steal my thunder- English idiomatic expressions # 43

Steal someone thunder means to steal someone day or event. So for example, if it is my birthday and I having a birthday party and one of the my guest come and say I got job and I will pay everyone so every person in my party start to congratulate to that person so that person is stealing my thunder, he is bad guy. It’s my day it is not that guy day. That’s the expression. 

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Coach Shane's English Expression Book

Coach Shane's English Expression / Ecube now available in book. Purchase this book from here

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