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Denied Doing Vs Denied Having Done - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation Denied Doing Vs Denied Having Done - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ The explanation of the difference between - he denied doing something and he denied having done something . We use deny doing for habitual ongoing actions . We use denied having done AND denied doing for things that started and finished in past time .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 30 July 2015

A Soft Touch - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation A Soft Touch - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the phrase a soft touch . A soft touch is a person who is easily persuaded to do , give or lend things . We use this phrase particularly for giving or lending money . A soft touch can also be an easy or comfortable situation when others have much more difficult situations .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 29 July 2015

Peddler Pedaller or Pedlar - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation Peddler Pedaller or Pedlar - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the difference between the words peddler - peddlar - pedlar - pedal - peddle .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 28 July 2015

Idiomatic Collocations With Bite - ESL British English Pronunciation Idiomatic Collocations With Bite - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ A explanation of a set of idioms all with the word bite - bite of the cherry - bite off more than one can chew - bite one's tongue - bite someone in the arse - bite someone's head off - bite the bullet - bite the dust - bite the hand that feeds one - bite to eat

By : iswearenglish     Added : 27 July 2015

Bolshie - British Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation Bolshie - British Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the British slang adjective bolshie . If we call somebody bolshie we mean that we think they are being uncooperative , truculent , obstructive and awkward .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 27 July 2015

Pipsqueak - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation Pipsqueak - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the informal noun a pipsqueak - pip-squeak . A pipsqueak is someone who wi consider unimportant particularly because they are small and weak , or because they are young and-or inexperienced .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 25 July 2015

Canvass Or Canvas - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation Canvass Or Canvas - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ The difference between canvas and canvass . Canvas is normally an noun talking about a coarse unbleched textile usually used for making sails or for oil paintings . Canvass is normally a verb that means to try to get support particularly for votes in a political election . It is also used to mean to ask peoples opinions or to propose or discuss issues or solutions thoroughly .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 24 July 2015

Bide One Bide One's Time - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the neutral idiomatic phrase to bide one's time - to bide your time . If you bide your time you wait for a suitable moment or opportunity. To bide is an archaic verb that means to tolerate or to stay the past simple is either bided or bode and the past participle is bided or bidden . Nowadays it is almost exclusively found in the phrase to bide one's time .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 23 July 2015

At Cross Purposes - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation At Cross Purposes - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the neutral idiomatic phrase at cross purposes . If two people are talking at cross purposes they are unaware that they are talking about different things . If two people are working at cross purposes their goals re mutually detrimental to the goals of each other.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 22 July 2015

Throw A Wobbly Vs Have The Wobblies - Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation Throw A Wobbly Vs Have The Wobblies - Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the phrases to throw a wobbly - to throw a wobbler - to chuck a wobbler - to have the wobblies - to get the wobblies - to give the wobblies . If somebody throws a wobbly or a wobbler , the have a tantrum and get very angry very suddenly . If somebody has the wobblies they are very afraid of something .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 21 July 2015

Rake Over Old Coals - Rake Somebody Over The Coals - The Difference -British English Pronunciation Rake Over Old Coals - Rake Somebody Over The Coals - The Difference -British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the difference between the two informal phrases rake over old coals or , rake up old coals and rake somebody over the coals. If you rake up old coals you bring back to the present past problems in relationships, you dig up past problems so they are alive again in the present . If somebody rakes you over the coals they rebuke you severely , they are angry with you and tell you so .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 20 July 2015

Wet Your Whistle - Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation Wet Your Whistle - Slang - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the informal and a little bit old fashioned idiomatic phrase to wet your whistle . If you wet your whistle you drink an alcoholic beverage .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 19 July 2015

Whiff - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation Whiff - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the informal verb and noun whiff - to catch a whiff of - to take a whiff of - to get a whiff of . A whiff if a small gust of fresh air or, it is a bad smell or, it is a slight smell of something or , it is a hint or trace of something .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 18 July 2015

Skew-Whiff - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation Skew-Whiff - Vocabulary Builder 3 - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the informal adverb and adjective skew-whiff . If something is skew-whiff it is not straight, it is askew , it is not placed in symmetrical harmony with the objects around it.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 18 July 2015

Settle - Word Families - ESL British English Pronunciation Settle - Word Families - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the word settle and the family of words with the same root . Settle Settling Settled Settlement Settler Unsettle Unsettling Unsettlingly Unsettled

By : iswearenglish     Added : 17 July 2015




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