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The More The Merrier – Idiom of the Day

Posted on December 10, 2014 by Q-Admin in

The word merry is a word you will often hear at this time of year. For example: We’d like to wish you all a very merry Christmas. Merry is an adjective that means cheerful and lively, but it can also be used to describe someone who is slightly and good-humouredly drunk. For example: Everybody got…...

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Cut The Mustard – Idiom of the Day

Posted on December 10, 2014 by Q-Admin in

What is Mustard? Before we learn the meaning of the idiom cut the mustard, lets first look at the meaning of the word mustard. Typically, we know mustard as a spicy yellow or brownish-yellow sauce that is usually eaten with meat or used in certain food recipes. It is made from the seeds of a…...

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Idiom of the Day – Kill two birds with one stone

Posted on October 2, 2013 by Q-Admin in

Here is another fabulous idiom of the day video from Richard Ford. This time, Richard explains the meaning of the common expression to kill two birds with one stone. There are those who feel that this particular idiom isn’t very pleasant seeing as it is associated with the hunting and death of birds. Others even…...

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Idiom of the Day – No big deal!

Posted on September 27, 2013 by Q-Admin in

Here is yet another great video presentation from Richard Ford from the Q Language English teaching team. Today Richard tells us the meaning of the English idiom no big deal and, as usual, gives a quick and simple example as to how you might use it.   View on You Tube    Please ‘Like’ or…...

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Idiom of the Day – to know something like the back of your hand

Posted on September 24, 2013 by Q-Admin in

Here is another fabulous idiom of the day from Richard Ford. There are numerous English idioms that contain the word ‘hand’ but in this video, Richard explains the meaning and usage of the common English expression, to know something like the back of your hand.     Know something like the back of your hand…...

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Idiom of the Day – It Stinks!

Posted on September 20, 2013 by Q-Admin in

In today’s post, Richard Ford discusses the meaning of the common English expression, it stinks. Watch the video then scroll down the page for some more examples.           watch on You Tube    Please click ‘Like’ or share this post using the tabs on the left <====   if you liked Richards…...

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