The Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun: (One’s) “Meat And Potatoes” – It’s Meaning & Usage, with plenty of examples for your reading & learning pleasure.
Category: English Lexis
Lexis is the term for all of English which is not grammar, spelling, or pronunciation: Idioms, Metaphors, Phrases, Slang, Expression, Sayings and more.
The phrase: (To Be) At Large. With Modern-day examples to illustrate & explain the meaning & usage, of this adjectival, prepositional, and idiomatic phrase.
The meaning and usage of the Aphorism: “Failing To Prepare Is Preparing To Fail” with examples and explanations in The Common Tongue Of The English Language
Learn a few idioms using the word “Head” (plus one more) – Their Meaning & Usage in English. Learn Idiomatic Phrases – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!
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Eye Idioms – Various Idioms utilizing the word “Eye”. Learn the meaning and usage of these idioms with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!
Arm Idioms – Various Idioms utilizing the word “Arm”. Learn the meaning and usage of these idioms with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!
The English Aphorism: “…Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart” – It’s meaning and usage with explanations and examples – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!
“Some” vs “Any” – The meaning & usage of the quantifiers “Some” vs “Any” with plenty of examples that include both Kung Fu & Beer!!! How Could You Go Wrong?
The difference in meaning and usage between the terms, (to) “Watch A Movie” and (to) “See A Movie”, with lots of examples for awesomeness 😉