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Archives for February 2nd, 2015

American English Idioms: Actions Speak Louder Than Words

When you act a certain way rather than just talk about it, you can say “actions speak louder than words.”

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American English Idioms: What’s Up?

An informal way to greet people in American English is “What’s Up?”

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American English Idioms: Grab A Bite

If you’re really hungry, you want to eat really quickly, or “grab a bite.”

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American English Idioms: Dressed To Kill

If you’re dressed to impress, you’re “dressed to kill.”

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American English Idioms: Get On My Nerves

When things or people irritate me, they “get on my nerves.”

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American English Idioms: Hear A Pin Drop

When people are surprised or excited about something and the room is really quiet, you can “hear a pin drop.”

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American English Idioms: Ears Are Burning

Some say that when people talk about you, your “ears are burning.”

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American English Idioms: Under the Weather

When you are feeling sick, you’re “under the weather.”

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Fanaa – Chand Sifarish (Hindi Song with English Subtitles)

Here’s a Hindi song with English subtitles: Fanaa – Chand Sifarish. Do you enjoy listening to Indian songs? What do you like most about them? Let us know by sharing a constructive comment below.

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Hindi Song: You Know How Much I Love You (ENGLISH VERSION)

Here’s a romantic Hindi song in the English language. Are you from India? Would you like us to share more Hindi songs in English or with English lyrics here? Let us know by adding a comment below. 🙂

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