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“English Lexis”

“English Lexis” Is All Of English Which Is NOT Grammar, Spelling, Or Pronunciation. For Example: Idioms, Metaphors, Phrases, Slang, Expression, Sayings And More

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“When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens” (Metaphorical Aphorism, Expression, Interjection, Proverb, & Saying)

"When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens" - Learn The Meaning and Usage of this Metaphorical Aphorism, Interjection, Proverb, and Saying.

(to be) “Clear-Cut” & (to) Clear-Cut (Idiomatic Phrasal-Adjective & Phrasal-Verb)

"Clear-Cut" - The Phrasal-Adjective "Clear-Cut" (a decision / answer / information). And the Phrasal-Verb (to) "Clear-Cut" (as in the mass-murder of trees).

(one’s) “Meat And Potatoes” – (Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun)

(One's) "Meat And Potatoes" (Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun) - It's Meaning & Usage, along with plenty of examples for your reading & learning pleasure.

(To Be) At Large – Adjectival & Prepositional Phrase

The phrase:  (To Be) At Large. With Modern-day examples to illustrate & explain the meaning & usage, of this adjectival, prepositional, and idiomatic phrase.

The Aphorism: Failing To Prepare Is Preparing To Fail

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

Head Idioms – Closet Classics #9

Learn a few idioms using the word "Head" (plus one more) - Their Meaning & Usage in English. Learn Idiomatic Phrases - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Foot Idioms – Closet Classics #8

Learn The Meaning and Usage of these idiomatic phrases using the word "Foot" - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Eye Idioms – Closet Classics # 7

Eye Idioms - Various Idioms utilizing the word "Eye".  Learn the meaning and usage of these idioms with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Arm Idioms – Closet Classics #6

Arm Idioms - Various Idioms utilizing the word "Arm".  Learn the meaning and usage of these idioms with GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

“Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart” – English Aphorism

The English Aphorism:  "...Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart" - It's meaning and usage with explanations and examples - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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