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English of the Day 16 Jun, 06:22
Phrasal Verb of the Day

💢Fall down

✍🏾Meaning & Usage

To drop to the ground, usually by accident. 

❕For example:

“My friend slipped on a banana peel and fell down. I thought that only happened in cartoons
!”
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English of the Day 5 Jun, 19:08
Idiom of the Day

🇬🇧just the ticket

✍🏾Meaning:

You can say something is just the ticket if it's the perfect thing or if it's exactly what's needed
.

❕For example:

🔺That's just the ticket! Edna loves brooches, especially if they have bird designs, so she'll absolutely love this one.

🔺As soon as he saw the painting, grandpa said, "That one's just the ticket. It'll look lovely over the fire-place."

☑️Note: This idiom is a bit old-fashioned, but it's still common among older people. In North America people tend to say "That's the ticket" (without "just"
).

👁‍🗨Variety: This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 1 Jun, 16:43
Word of the Day

💢Recalcitrant
| rəˈkalsətrənt |
adjective

✍🏾Having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipli
ne.

🔺Having to ride a recalcitrant, bad-tempered donkey almost ruined my otherwise lovely stay on the island of Santor
ini.
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English of the Day 27 May, 13:22
Idiom of the Day

📚 Bear with sore head

✍🏾Meaning:

If someone is behaving like a bear with a sore head, they are very irritable and bad-tempered.

❕For example:

🔺When his team lost the match, Brad was like a bear with a sore head. 

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English of the Day 19 May, 18:25
Slang of the Day

🇺🇸 ugg boots | ugh boots 🇦🇺

✍🏾Meaning:
soft sheepskin boots that originated in Austral
ia

❕For example:

🔺I got my first pair of ugg boots back in the seventies when I was a teenage surfer.

🔺Did you know that ugh boots have become popular in lots of countries outside Australia?

👁‍🗨Note: This word has been the subject of ongoing disputes over its registration as a trademark by an American company. Many Australian manufacturers joined together in 2006 to form the "Save our Aussie Icon" campaign to keep this slang Australian word free of trademark restricti
ons.

〽️Variety: This slang term is typically used in American and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English
too.
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English of the Day 13 May, 18:36
Idiom of the Day

📚 out of the question

✍🏾Meaning:

If something is out of the question, it cannot be considered because it's impossible or it's not allowed
.

❕For example:

🔺Jose wants to study in the U.S.A., but it's out of the question. It's very expensive and we just can't afford it.

🔺The government says that cutting the military budget is out of the question. But Gracie says that if invading foreign countries were out of the question instead, it'd be easy to cut the budge
t.
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English of the Day 9 May, 15:20
Slang of the Day

💢con

✍🏾Meaning: to persuade someone to do something in order to cheat them

❕For example:

🔺When I was travelling I'd sometimes meet people who'd try to con me into a game of cards, but I never fell for it. I'd heard too many stories about people being cheated.

🔺He was jailed for conning a lonely old lady out of $200,00
0.

👁‍🗨Origin: short for "ex-convict"
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English of the Day 30 Apr, 08:29
Idiom of the Day

📚backed into a corner

✍🏾Meaning:

If you're backed into a corner, you're in a difficult situation that will be hard to get out of.

❕For example:

🔺When his business failed, Gerry felt he'd been backed into a corner and he didn't know what he could do.

🔺Jimmy's drug addiction had backed him into a corner and his only way out was to go into rehab and kick the habit.
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English of the Day 26 Apr, 09:22
Slang of the Day

🇦🇺dunny

✍🏾Meaning:

toilet

❕For example:

🔺Hey mate! Where's the dunny in this joint?

🔺When I was a kid the dunny was out in the back yard, and we had to use old newspapers for dunny paper.

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 23 Apr, 19:46
Idiom of the Day

📚keep track of

✍🏾Meaning:

If you keep track of something or someone, you continue to know what's happening with them.

❕For example:

🔺When I'm travelling I keep track of my football team by checking out their website.

🔺Rosie has so many grandchildren and great grandchildren that she has trouble keeping track of them all.
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English of the Day 21 Apr, 17:02
Slang of the Day

🇺🇸poop

✍🏾Meaning:

excrement (n.) | to defecate (v.)

❕For example:

🔺Oh no! I've stepped in some smelly dog poop.

🔺We were driving home when my six year old son said, "Daddy, I need to poop ... badly."

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 18 Apr, 11:00
Idiom of the Day

📚pop the question
❗️INFORMAL

✍🏾Meaning:

If you pop the question, you ask someone to marry you.

❕For example:

🔺In most European cultures, it's the man who pops the question to the woman if he wants to marry her.

🔺Isabella said she nearly died when Rafael popped the question. She had no idea he was going to propose to her there and then.
Isabella said she nearly died when Rafael popped the question. She had no idea he was going to propose to her there and then.
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English of the Day 16 Apr, 18:27
Slang of the Day

🔰uppity

✍🏾Meaning:

conceited, arrogant, pretentious

❗️For example:

🔺Since he got his BMW, Frank's been behaving like an uppity snob. Someone needs to remind him that he's no better than the rest of us.

🔺Terri says some of her old school friends married doctors and lawyers and turned into uppity bitches with their hundred-dollar hairdos and thousand-dollar handbags.
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English of the Day 14 Apr, 18:27
Phrasal Verb of the Day

💢bear out

✍🏾Meaning:
to show that someone is correct or that something is true

❕For example:

bear out sb/sth
▪️The latest evidence bears out Al Gore's belief that global warming is really happening and that it's a very serious problem.

bear sb/sth out
▪️I've always said that the economic bubble would burst, and my students will bear me out on that.
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English of the Day 13 Apr, 17:00
Idiom of the Day

📚once and for all

✍🏾Meaning:
If you do something once and for all, you do it in a way that's final and it means you'll never have to do it again.

❕For example:

🔺Jim said he's decided once and for all that he's going to stay single and never get married again.

🔺I was tired of getting new glasses every few years so I decided to solve my eyesight problem once and for all and have laser surgery.
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English of the Day 10 Apr, 10:57
Idiom of the Day

📚knock your socks off

✍🏾Meaning:
If something knocks your socks off, it amazes you and surprises you.

❕For example:

🔺When Nora did her presentation on the new development, she knocked our socks off. It was very impressive.

🔺Michael knocked everyone's socks off when he performed at the music awards. It was the best performance of the night, by far.
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English of the Day 10 Apr, 05:26
Slang of the Day

🔰arty | artsy

✍🏾Meaning: displaying an interest in the arts or high culture

❕For example:

🔺Most Hollywood actors are careful not to sound too arty when they're being interviewed.

🔺Mark says most Americans are insecure, so they don't like "artsy" people because deep down inside they feel inferior to them.
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English of the Day 9 Apr, 18:55
Phrasal Verb of the Day

🔮mount up

✍🏾Meaning:
to gradually become larger or greater in amount

❕For example:

mount up
🔺Hillary's debts had been mounting up and she still wasn't doing anything about paying them off.

mount up
🔺The costs of the war have been mounting up, and it has now cost taxpayers over five hundred billion dollars.
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English of the Day 9 Apr, 11:53
Idiom of the Day

📚neck of the woods
❗️INFORMAL

✍🏾Meaning:
A neck of the woods is a neighbourhood or a district, usually rural.

❕For example:

🔺What brings you to our neck of the woods?

🔺Have land prices gone up in your neck of the woods too?
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English of the Day 8 Apr, 05:15
Slang of the Day

🇺🇸hick

✍🏾Meaning:
a rural person regarded as uneducated and mentally slow (n.) | provincial or rural (adj.)

❕For example:

🔺Billy Bob's hick relatives are here from their farm in the mountains. They came in their pick-up truck with their dogs and their guns.

🔺When our car broke down, we were stuck in this hick town in the middle of nowhere for days. It was weird!

🌐Note: This is often regarded as an offensive term, so you need to be careful when using it.

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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