Animal idioms (18)

idioms animal 18  cat got your tongue (why you have nothing to say? why are you quiet?): Tell me who broke the clock. What’s the matter, cat got your tongue? cat nap (brief sleep): If you cannot sleep at night, avoid taking catnaps during the day. cat on a hot …

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Phrasal verbs with “bring” (2)

Phrasal verbs bring 2  bring down (reduce the price or level of something): The government aim to bring down housing prices. The ice cubs will bring down her temperature. bring down (cause to fall or collapse): This weapon will bring down any jet fighter. b- down (defeat or cause to …

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Commonly Confused Words (b-2)

bare vs bear  ban forbid (officially): We have plan to ban smoking in the office. bane a cause of distress or annoyance: Those noisy kids are the bane of my life.   bare unclothed, naked: Michael was bare from the waist up. bear to carry: She was bearing a basket …

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Verbs

Verbs Stative verb (also called State verb) a verb that expresses a state or condition rather than an action (e.g. have, like, own, know, believe, hear, taste). ——————————————————————- Action verb (also called Dynamic verb) a verb that expresses a physical or mental action (e.g. walk, jump, eat, smile, think, remember, …

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11. all-out effort → all wet

all-out effort → all wet  all-out effort (use all your effort and energy): He making an all-out effort to finish the project on time. all over the map (not stick to the main topic, in a varying manner) a- set (quite ready, prepared): We were all set to go out …

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