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Put Your Back Into It - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation Put Your Back Into It - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ an explanation of the informal idiomatic phrase to put your back into something - to put one's back into something . If you put your back into something you work very hard at it , this phrase is particularly used to talk about physical effort.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 03 July 2015

Wipe The Slate Clean - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation Wipe The Slate Clean - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of te informal idiomatic phrase to clean the slate - to wipe the slate clean . If you wipe the slate clean you start again and you you forget all past faults , errors , differences or arguments . Put It On the Slate https://youtu.be/ID5TTqaX7G8

By : iswearenglish     Added : 02 July 2015

Know One Know One's Own Mind - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the informal idiomatic phrase to know ones own mind - he knows his own mind - she knows her own mind . We use this phrase to describe a person who has a very clear idea of what they want , like or need .. It describes a determined or decisive person , they understand well their intentions or feelings about things.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 01 July 2015

A Loose Cannon - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation A Loose Cannon - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the idiomatic phrase a loose cannon . We call a person a loose canon if we consider them unpredictable or incapable of exercising self control and thereby they are likely to unintentionally cause damage to members of their own group or faction

By : iswearenglish     Added : 30 June 2015

In The Wake Of - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation In The Wake Of - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the neutral idiomatic phrase in wake of . If something happens in the wake of something or somebody , it happens either after the event or person or as a consequence of it . The wake is the rough water or waves that comes after the motion of a big ship .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 29 June 2015

Put Two And Two Together - Put Two And Two Together And Make Five - Idioms - ESL British English Put Two And Two Together - Put Two And Two Together And Make Five - Idioms - ESL British English
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the idiomatic phrases put two and two together - put 2 and 2 together - put two and two together and make five - put 2 and 2 together and make 5 . if you put two and two together you reach a correct logical conclusion based on the evidence you can see around you . If you put two and two together and make five you reach a wrong conclusion based on the evidence around you . Often this conclusion reached is much more extreme or exciting than the real situation

By : iswearenglish     Added : 28 June 2015

Trump Up - Trumped Up - Phrasal Verbs 2 - ESL British English Pronunciation Trump Up - Trumped Up - Phrasal Verbs 2 - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the p0hrasal verb to trump up and the phrasal adjective trumped up . If you trump up a story or an accusation you invent or concoct it in order to make people believe something that is not true. A trumped up accusation is made with the intention to deceive .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 27 June 2015

Tee Something Off Vs Be Teed off By Something - Phrasal Verbs 2 - ESL British English Pronunciation Tee Something Off Vs Be Teed off By Something - Phrasal Verbs 2 - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the phrasal verb to tee off . If you tee off an event or activity this means to begin the activity. If something tees somebody off it means that this thing makes them angry .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 26 June 2015

A Slap On The Wrist - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation A Slap On The Wrist - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the neutral idiomatic phrase a slap on the wrist . We use the phrase a slap on the wrist either literally or we use it metaphorically to talk about a punishment that was very mild and perhaps less severe than it should have been.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 25 June 2015

On Your Head Be It - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation On Your Head Be It - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the semi-formal idiomatic phrase on your head be it - on your own head be it . We use the phrase on your own head be it to show that we think somebody's proposed course of action is wrong , but if they do take that course of action then they will be fully responsible for any unpleasant consequences .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 24 June 2015

I Would Like Coffee Vs I like Coffee - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation I Would Like Coffee Vs I like Coffee - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the difference between - Would you like coffee? - I would like coffee - Do you like coffee - I like coffee . Would you like coffee? Is an offer - I would like coffee. Is a request. - Do you like coffee and I like coffee talk about our tastes .

By : iswearenglish     Added : 23 June 2015

To Say The Least - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation To Say The Least - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the idiomatic phrase to say the least. We use this phrase to say that we are probably understating something and we are exaggerating in no way.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 22 June 2015

Test Your Conditionals - ESL British English Pronunciation Test Your Conditionals - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ Make conditional sentences out of the sentences. The will all be either 3rd conditional 2nd conditional or a mixed 2nd and 3rd conditional . There is a wide range because it is expensive I changed the light bulb because it wasn’t working His classmates liked him because he was very friendly He didn’t succeed because he didn’t try I know this story because I have heard it before The wood was difficult to light because it was wet. Your lunch is cold because you arrived late I did not go because the tickets were expensive The man is angry because the bank has overcharged him I didn’t know where it was because it was hidden I have not finished because there was not enough time

By : iswearenglish     Added : 21 June 2015

Blot One Blot One's Copy Book - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the idiomatic phrase to blot your copybook. If somebody blots their copy book they do something bad or wrong that contravenes custom and thereby they decrease or tarnish their reputation.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 18 June 2015

Throw Down The Gauntlet - Take Up The Gauntlet - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation Throw Down The Gauntlet - Take Up The Gauntlet - Idioms - ESL British English Pronunciation
http://www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the idiomatic phrases - throw down the gauntlet - take up the gauntlet . If you throw down the gauntlet to someone you challenge them to compete or fight with you . If you take up the gauntlet you accept a challenge.

By : iswearenglish     Added : 17 June 2015




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