Category: English Lexis

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(to) Get One’s Act Together – Idiomatic Verb Phrase

The Idiomatic Verb Phrase (to) “Get (One’s) Act Together” – Its Meaning, and Its Usage with examples and explanations – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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(to) “Pop Up” vs (a) “Pop-Up” – Tid-Bit

The difference in meaning and usage between the Phrasal-Noun (a) “Pop-Up” and the Phrasal-Verb (to) “Pop Up” – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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“ZEE” vs “ZED” – (American vs European English)

The Difference in pronunciation of The Letter “Z” between the American and European English – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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Aphorism: “A Little Bit Of (something) Goes A Long Way”

Learn The Meaning and Usage of the aphorism: “A Little Bit (of Something) Goes A Long Way” – Learn Aphorisms with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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“Why Don’t You…?” – Question or Advice? – Closet Classics #4

Learn about the phrase “Why Don’t You…?” for offering advice, why it is not polite, and some possible alternatives – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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“Alike” vs “Like” – (Today’s “Tid-Bit”)

The meaning and usage of the words, “Alike” and “Like”. Their similarities and differences, and why you should stay away from douche-bags 😉

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“The Best Revenge Is Living Well” – Closet Classics #2

The Meaning and Usage of the Aphorism, “The Best Revenge Is Living Well” – with explanations and examples to make learning aphorisms awesome

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Aphorism: “When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens” (English “Tid-Bit”)

“When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens” – Learn The Meaning and Usage of this Idiomatic Aphorism, Interjection, Proverb, and Saying.

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“Trembling With Fear” – Phrasal Verb

(to be) “Trembling With Fear” – An Adjectival Phrasal-Verb which can be idiomatic or literal.  Learn this phrase and more hear.

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Aphorism – (to) “Build The House From The Ground, Up”

The Aphorism:  (to) “Build The House From The Ground, Up” – The meaning and usage of this aphorism, with it’s grammatical classifications.

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