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British English Idioms You May Not Know

2021-09-09T06:52:10+01:00

If you've been reading the Bespeaking blog for a while, then you'll know that we think learning idioms (turns of phrase, set phrases in a culture) are a great way to learn a language. One of the issues (problems) with learning English, however, is that there are a few different kinds of English you can learn. American English and British English are the two leading types of English for non-native speakers to learn, but people in Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other English speaking countries have different ways of saying things, different slang, and different idioms from each other. [...]

British English Idioms You May Not Know2021-09-09T06:52:10+01:00

Music Idioms in English

2021-06-09T17:59:49+01:00

Do you like music? Many people enjoy listening to music in their spare time (free time) or when they're at work. Some people are even talented enough to play music! Music is an important part of our everyday lives, and because of this, there are lots of music idioms in English. Music idioms are used every day in English. You'll hear them all the time! Learning some of our favorite music idioms can help to improve your English and help you become more fluent. Have you heard any of these music idioms before? Read on to learn more! Like a [...]

Music Idioms in English2021-06-09T17:59:49+01:00

7 More English Idioms You Should Learn

2020-09-27T22:43:26+01:00

Learning idioms is a great way to gain fluency when you're studying a language. Idioms are short phrases (combinations of words) that probably don't make sense on their own, but the whole phrase together provides (gives) greater meaning. Idioms are usually unique to (special to) a language, and are used often by native speakers. If you want to become fluent in a language, learning idioms is essential (necessary). With that in mind, there are several English idioms you should learn if you want to be fluent. If you loved last week's post on English idioms and were eager to know [...]

7 More English Idioms You Should Learn2020-09-27T22:43:26+01:00

7 English Idioms You Should Know

2020-09-20T22:28:00+01:00

Idioms are one of the best indicators (gauge, signs) of your path to fluency in a language. It can be extremely (very) confusing when you hear an idiom for the first time, as the words seem (look like) to have nothing to do with each other at all. However, there are many English idioms you should know, because we use them all the time! Don't get stuck in language limbo (an intermediate state)! Here are 7 common English idioms you should know that you may hear in the boardroom or on the street: Bite the bullet Don't worry, this doesn't [...]

7 English Idioms You Should Know2020-09-20T22:28:00+01:00

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