Airbags  Wife: I have a good news and a bad news. Husband: I am very busy. Just give me the good news. Wife: The a- in fact worked properly in our new BMW. A wife comes home and say to her husband that I have a good news and a bad …

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I don’t like it

I do not like it  I dislike it. I’m not a big fan of it. I’m not into it. That’s not for me. I’ll pass. It doesn’t tickle my fancy. It’s not for me. I’m not keen of it. I‘ve had enough. I don’t appreciate that. It’s not my thing. …

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Commonly Confused Words a-1

accede vs exceed  accede (to agree): They had little choice but to accede. exceed (to go beyond, surpass): The final cost will not exceed $3000. accept (to agree to): It was true, but it’s hard to accept. except (not including, apart from): Our office is open every day except Sunday. We should put an …

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accommodate  to provide a place to stay: They will ac- the team in a luxury hotel during the night. to have enough room for: Our new office will in fact ac- 5 desks. lend money to someone: Can you ac- her, or are you short of cash this time? to …

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Heart Idioms (2)

idioms heart 2 (a person who is too sympathetic towards other people): A bleeding heart,  usually has no enjoyable life outside of work. bless your heart (to express appreciation): You have always been there for me in a crisis, bless your heart. break someone’s heart (to hurt someone’s feelings): Helen …

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