Here at Intrepid English, we love to help our students to understand all kinds of English. Whether it’s formal business English, phrases for exam preparation, or general conversational English. So, when Intrepid English student @tess asked us to teach her some common slang terms, I was more than happy to oblige.
Learning to understand and use idioms is a vital part of becoming fluent in English. Inspired by the current climate this blog post focuses on idioms related to houses and homes, where we are all spending the vast majority of our time at the moment. Check out these five house and home idioms and practise […]
Vocabulary comprise (verb) – to include ode (noun) – a lyric poem, typically one in the form of an address to a particular subject critically acclaimed (phrase) – a piece of work that has received generally good reviews from a number of critics bagpipes (noun) – a traditional Scottish musical instrument Here in Scotland, […]
Vocabulary to ditch (verb): to quit something or end a relationship of any kind New Year’s resolution (phrase): a tradition of setting goals at the beginning of a new calendar year bricks-and-mortar (compound adjective): a physical building such as a school or shop. As opposed to an online school or shop rush hour (phrase): the […]