Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Happy holidays!- English idiomatic expressions # 50

In this lesson we will focus on three words holidays, vacation and weekend. Holidays are the red number in calendar like Christmas or New Year or sometime Valentine’s Day. And when we say vacations then its means a period of time when we don’t have to work like summer vacation or sometimes three days vacation. And finally word weekend refer to Saturday or Sunday.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Kick it up a notch- English idiomatic expressions # 49

It means to increase something like the increase the intensity, to increase the volume, to increase the energy or something else.

450 American Idioms and Phrases - English Idiomatic Expressions Book

Another Coach Shane's Ecube - English Expression Book (written by Author Muhammad Nabeel)

 American idioms and phrases book is in your hand. In this book, you will learn 450 common English idiomatic expressions with practice examples and dialogues. In this book, you will feel more improvement compare to my previous expressions book.

we 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 world. Your listening comprehension would be much better. Also this would prove a Best book for enrich your vocabulary.
Kindle Price: $4.49


Tuesday, April 12, 2016

I'm down!- English idiomatic expressions # 48

Usually it means count me in; ok; I will join; I like it; I will participate; I will do it. So if I invite you Friday party wills you down? Yes! I am down, I like the parties.  Or if I make English learning videos will you down? Will you join me?

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

to LACK something- English idiomatic expressions # 47

it means to be short of something, not complete something, something is missing. Regarding my youtube subscribe so I am lacking of my youtube subscriber. And also I am lacking some money.