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English idioms: love you and leave you

English idioms: love you and leave you

More spooky Halloween vocabulary for you. www.londonenglishonline.com

More spooky Halloween vocabulary for you. www.londonenglishonline.com

Don't want to be in the dog house? Check out our animal idioms! LEO :)

Don't want to be in the dog house? Check out our animal idioms!

It's almost Christmas, and people are going crazy in the shops! Avoid being one of them with some handy shopping idioms and phrases.

It's almost Christmas, and people are going crazy in the shops! Avoid being one of them with some handy shopping idioms and phrases.

Celebrating 25 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. Here is some English vocabulary for protesting and demonstrating.

Celebrating 25 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. Here is some English vocabulary for protesting and demonstrating.

Bonfire night, Guy Fawkes night or November 5th is a tradition in the UK. People light bonfires and set off fireworks. They might even burn an "effigy" of a man named "Guy Fawkes".

Bonfire night, Guy Fawkes night or November is a tradition in the UK. People light bonfires and set off fireworks. They might even burn an "effigy" of a man named "Guy Fawkes".

English Halloween words and phrases

English Halloween words and phrases

English idioms: an uphill struggle

English idioms: an uphill struggle

English idioms: to go around in circles

English idioms: to go around in circles

English idioms: to test the water

English idioms: to test the water

English idioms: to get your wires crossed

English idioms: to get your wires crossed

English idioms: cross that bridge when we come to it

English idioms: cross that bridge when we come to it

English idioms: to be in a jam

English idioms: to be in a jam

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