TOP 10 idioms relating to relationships

TOP 10 idioms relating to relationships To be torn in two – to be unable to decide what to do because you have different feelings or different things that you want; To be wrong on both counts – to be incorrect in every way, in several ways etc; To make a decision – to choose […]
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How to cook and eat? English vocabulary

English cooking vocabulary to be/go on a diet – to have a limited range and amount of food that you eat when you want to get thinner; to boil – to cook something in boiling water; to chop – to cut something into smaller pieces; to casserole – to cook food in a casserole (a […]
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TOP 10 idioms relating to relaxing

Useful words to speak about relax Unwind –  to relax and allow your mind to be free from worry after a period of work or some other activity that has made you worried; Have a breather –  take a short break from one’s activities in order to relax; Switch off –  to relax for a […]
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TOP 10 idioms relating to secrets

TOP 10 idioms relating to secrets Keep themselves to themselves – not talking to other people about any private information; Behind closed doors – in private; Let the cat out of the bag – to tell secret, often without intending to; Give the game away – to spoil a surprise or a joke by letting […]
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