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If you are searching for an adventure in English, look no more because our friends over at Kaplan International have published the latest episode of the hit comic, Adventures in English. Check it out here. If you want to know what happened to Walt and Harry before this check out episode one and episode two.
The Adventures in English series is brought to you by collaboration with Kaplan and the popular graphic designer Pablo Stanley.
In this episode of Adventures in English you can learn the popular English food idiom “a piece of cake”. Check out the comic strip for more examples of idioms and how to use them.
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62 – 7 Romantic Idioms – English Idiom Lesson

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7 idioms related to romance are the today’s topic. You can learn about love at first sight and hear an English conversation about a blind date that became the date from hell. Make your English conversation and writing more colorful with these popular idioms.
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Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
  • Worry basically means feelings of anxiety, unease, or concern for difficult or negative situations. Care is used to show certain feelings like affection and positive concern.
  • Michael’s dog is almost 90 in human terms!
Today’s listening challenge:
  • Why did Jenny think she had the date from hell?

Have you ever had a date from hell? Have you ever had love at first sight? Why don’t you leave a comment or voicemail and let us know!
Please feel free to write your answers in the comment box below.
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41 – Slang & Idioms About Drinking Alcohol Lesson

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Learning slang and idioms can make your English sound more natural. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you some slang and idioms related to drinking alcohol. I hope you enjoy it!

Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
  • Michael’s sixth grade teacher was mean to all of the students
  • Michael feels that the teacher was using good discipline
Today’s listening challenge:
  • What do Jack and Jim like to drink?
  • Who drinks more, Jack or Jim? Why do you think so?

Please feel free to write your answers in the comment box below.

If you know anyone who has trouble with this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

Are you enjoying the lessons? Can you do me a favor? I mean, please leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher. That would mean more people would be able to find this English lesson!

Do you want to learn 365 American English Idioms? Get my book. You can download it below (a pdf) or get it for your mobile device or in paperback @ Amazon!

 

Check out my eBooks & Paperbacks @ Amazon.com  ►► Get my FREE iPhone / iPad APP  ►► eBooks on iTunes  ►► eBooks on Google Play  ►► eBooks on Kobo for Sony Reader ►►