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Archives for January, 2015
Whether you’re exercising to look fit, or you’re studying English, the more hard work you put in, the better the results.
A product or service that makes a lot of money for a business is called a “cash cow.”
Another way to say something is expensive, is to say it costs “an arm and a leg.”
Another way of saying that something isn’t unique or valuable, is to say it’s “dime a dozen”.
Another way of saying “all the time” or “day in and day out”, is to simply say 24-7. Watch this video to understand this American idiom better:
Here are the latest English Online Academy Facebook Page Fans Statistics as of Monday, January 26th, 2015 The founders of English Online Academy keep a close eye on the changes in fan demographics for English Online Academy Facebook page. We share more relevant content on our English Online Academy Facebook Page when we know who […]
Sing along with Adele’s song, “Someone Like You” and think about the meaning behind the lyrics. What is this song about? How does it make you feel? Share your insights with us in the comments section below.
Sing aloud to improve your English comprehension and pronunciation. Do you like “No One” by Alicia Keys? Tell us about it in the comments section below.
Sing along in English with Michael Buble’s song, “Haven’t Met You Yet” to help improve your English comprehension and pronunciation. Do you like this song? Would you like us to share more songs with English lyrics by Michael Buble? Let us know by adding a comment in the comments section below.