An alien in a corn field A bat on a grave A creature from the swamp A boy wearing a devil’s mask A ghost at a haunted house Goblins around a hollow tree Some kids at a Halloween party A headless horseman with a Jack-o’-lantern A mummy in a tomb A boy dressed as a […]
We use this expression to describe an affectionate couple who show everyone how much they love each other, how much they care about each other and how much they are excessively in love. We can also use lovey-dovey to talk about romantic love or sentimentality. Let’s see some examples : – Oh! look at them, […]
Learn some useful words and expressions for talking about doing housework in English.
Bank teller, brochures, counter, deposit slips, debit card, stub, account number, signature, amount, checkbook, check, credit card, bank officer Money ATM, card slot, keypad, screen, money, coin, bill, traveler’s check, exchange rate, currency exchange bureau
To cry your eyes out is a figurative expression that means to cry uncontrollably, a lot or/and for a long time until your eyes become itchy. We use the expression to describe someone who’s excessively unhappy. Let’s see some examples : – When my grandfather died, I cried my eyes out. – Poor boy! He’s […]
Some adults behaviour still childish and morally unacceptable. Today’s idiom is ironically applied to mature men who act irresponsibly, noisily or even boisterously. Mother use this expression to excuse adolescent mischief. Let’s see some examples : – He was such an idiot. What can I say ? Boys will be boys. – One of my […]