60-Second English Lesson · English · Idioms · Learn English

It’s Raining Cats and Idioms!

Idioms are group of words whose meanings cannot be inferred from the literal meaning of each word that makes it up. The use of idioms is a way of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language. There are tons of English idioms that you might want to use to sound more of a native speaker. Here are five idioms that may of help to you:

60-Second English Lesson · Asking for Help · English · English bits and chunks · English for Travelling · Learn English

English Expressions to Use in Asking for Help

Scenario: You’re in an awesome European tour and you missed your shuttle. Of course, you will ask for some help. In English, just like some other languages, it is not so polite to ask for help directly. With this, you can use some expressions for you to not to sound demanding and impolite. Here’s a list of useful English expressions in asking for help and when to use them:

60-Second English Lesson · English · English bits and chunks · English Learning Tips · Learn English · Uncategorized

How do I make time learning English?

Is it really about the lack of time or is it about mismanagement of time? Time is a form of currency that we all want and just like money, we just have to spend it well. So, how do you learn English when you think you don’t have much time. Below are some tips: