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Christmas is just around the corner, check out our 9 fun idioms inspired by the Christmas season and its traditions - we hope you enjoy learning these themed idioms, phrases and their meanings - with example sentences.

Close your eyes and think of Santa Claus. What do you see? A jolly, fat man, with rosy red cheeks, a fluffy white beard and a red suit? Well close your eyes again and try and imagine him with a

Do you want to master the English vocabulary? Did you know words are the basic elements to English and one of the best ways to achieve fluency! Whether you're preparing for the IELTS or a Cambridge exam or just studying

Learning English can be quite tricky and there are a few common hurdles that really trip up new learners – and even native speakers at some point! In fact, many native English speakers make some of these mistakes now and

Do you want to improve your English? Did you know reading in English is one of the best ways to achieve fluency! Whether you're preparing for the IELTS exam or just studying General English, reading is by far an effective

You can’t claim to be fluent in English if you do not know how to read in English and, we know it may be easier said than done. Some of the best books to help you improve your English skills,

For many it can be scary and daunting trying to communicate in English, but fear not, the solution is here and there is hope!

Despite the fact that many of us refer to an accent of British English, it turns out there’s no such thing as a British accent.

English is not only used to convey thought and concepts, but actually shapes thought and is a potent force of British Society and culture that goes far beyond being simply a tool of communicative dialogue.

Although this collection of words are difficult to pronounce correctly, they are a great tool for you to use to practice your English pronunciation. These fun phrases can be difficult for even native speakers, with confusing alliteration and combinations of