Hey everybody! I hope you're all enjoying your summer vacations and excited to get back to school, if that's where you're headed! First off, Thank you thank you thank you to everyone for your support of our new books! We're so happy you like them!
The other day I got a message from someone who wanted me to get In-N-Out burger to come to Saudi Arabia. They wrote "if you can convict them" - I couldn't help but laugh out loud....and take a screenshot ;) Although we spell them almost
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Good question! So in English there are a couple options -- you can say "I'm biased toward...." or "I'm partial to..." - note that you can also use these words to mean you really like something (i.e. "I'm partial to green tea ice cream"). Here
Yesterday's question: If something catches you off guard, it means that you didn't expect it. You were surprised/you didn't see it coming. Examples from the web: He's got a lot of tricky moves, so make sure he doesn't catch you off guard! The soldiers moved in quickly,hoping to catch the enemy troops off guard. I think I caught him off guard when I told him I was resigning.
Good question! People sometimes say "you busy?" to mean "Are you busy?" in spoken English, sometimes a few words are shortened/omitted to get one's meaning across faster! Here are a few examples (we call them "contractions"): wouldn't (would + not) can't (can + not) haven't
What's New?We've added over 300 words/phrases, with sound and examples for each (for a total of 1620 words/phrases!) Update includes an app makeover (check out our new custom art!), option for English main menu, and a "Notes" section where you can add/save your own notes
So...I laughed when I got this question! I had heard of something called "BRF" a few years ago, but most people say "RBF"? Go figure. I spoke about it on Snapchat yesterday -- basically, it means...well, I'll let Huff Post tell you: "Resting Bitch Face, or
What is the difference between "hang out" and hung out"? Good question! So, one is in the present tense and the other is past tense. If I say "let's hang out" -- it is referring to now / or some time in the future (let
Today's question (based on the below image): What does it mean to be a "plane ride away"? If I'm in LA and my friend is in Tokyo, we are just a plane ride away from each other...meaning that one of us could get on a