Idiom of the day: Sweep someone off their feet. Meaning: To make someone fall suddenly and completely in love with you. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Sweep someone off their feet. Meaning: To make someone fall suddenly and completely in love with you. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Hard nut to crack.  Meaning: A problem that is hard to solve or a person who is difficult to understand.  Example: Our product sells well in the States, but the European market is a hard nut to crack.

Idiom of the day: Hard nut to crack. Meaning: A problem that is hard to solve or a person who is difficult to understand. Example: Our product sells well in the States, but the European market is a hard nut to crack.

Hobbies in Japanese

Hobbies in Japanese

Have you ever been between the devil and the deep blue sea?

Have you ever been between the devil and the deep blue sea?

Phrasal verbs with Look

Phrasal verbs with Look

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

British and American English - I love that Australian English is EXTREMELY similar to British English. I'd fit in over there :)

British and American English - I love that Australian English is EXTREMELY similar to British English. I'd fit in over there :)

Very useful cheat sheet that will help you master the adverbs of frequency in Italian.

Very useful cheat sheet that will help you master the adverbs of frequency in Italian.

Infographic: JLPT N5 Verb List part 1

Infographic: JLPT N5 Verb List part 1

"Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail".  Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station.  #idiom

"Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail". Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station. #idiom

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