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English of the Day 14 Dec, 13:35
Slang of the Day

💥yokel
Offensive

✍🏾Meaning: a simple, poorly-educated person from the countryside

❗️For example:

🔺We used to see whole families of yokels come into town sometimes. They'd be wearing really old clothes, have terrible haircuts, and they'd speak in this weird accent that was hard to understand.

🔺Fran's mother used to say she'd give Fran to the yokels who lived up in the mountains if she was a bad girl.
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English of the Day 14 Dec, 13:29

Idiom of the Day

💥light of your life
✍🏾: a person you love very much and who makes you happy

🔺The man's daughter is the light of his life.
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English of the Day 14 Dec, 13:28
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English of the Day 14 Dec, 13:28

Word of the Day

💥neighborly /ˈneɪbɚli/
or British neighbourly
✍🏾: helpful and friendly

🔺Cooking a meal for the elderly man is very neighborly.
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English of the Day 13 Dec, 07:54
Slang of the Day

💥smart-arse
🇬🇧British English Offensive

✍🏾Meaning: a person who's annoying because they try to show how clever and knowledgeable they are (n.) | having an annoying way of trying to seem clever (adj.)

📌For example:

🔺Greg sounds like a bit of a smart-arse when he's in a discussion because he states his opinion as if it's the last word on a topic.

🔺We don't need some smart-arse ecology professor coming out here and telling us how to run our farms.

🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English to
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English of the Day 12 Dec, 11:56
Idiom of the Day

💥strive to do

✍🏾Meaning
✅to try very hard to achieve
✅to be doing something meticulously in order to achieve good results
✅to dedicate tough efforts to do something
✅struggle for some work to get done

📌Example Sentences

🔺This is perhaps the only politician that I have come across who strives to do what he promised.
🔺I am striving to achieve my goals of getting into the top management college of the country.
🔺She strives to prove herself every day.
🔺He is striving to earn so much so that he can pay for his father’s surgery.
🔺I have strived to have come up in the social circle by participating in as many events as I possibly could.
🔺My daughter strives to get better marks but her focus is always on sports and extracurricular activities.
🔺You must always remember that when you strive to achieve something, it is most likely that you will figure out a way to get it.
🔺I cannot believe that you have strived to earn the last two years just so that you could get an upgrade on your car. Was it worth the time and effort that you put into it?

🗨Origin
The phrase originates for its literal meaning. The action verb in the phrase can be switched with any other as per the usage and scenario.
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English of the Day 11 Dec, 12:18
Slang of the Day

💢ex-con

✍🏾Meaning: someone who has spent time in jail

❕For example:

🔺It can be very hard for an ex-con to get a job once he's been released from jail.

🔺There's a program that ex-cons can join that helps them start a new life and a new career.

🗨Origin: short for "ex-convict"
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English of the Day 10 Dec, 13:27
Idiom of the Day

💥on the off-chance

✍🏾Meaning: You can say you're doing something "on the off-chance" if you're doing it because it might lead to something that you want, even though it's not definite.

📌For example:

🔺Photographers follow celebrities around on the off-chance that they can get a good photograph of them and sell it.

🔺I'll call Frank and tell him where we are on the off-chance that he can join us.
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English of the Day 9 Dec, 11:28
Slang of the day

💥whoopee

✍🏾Meaning: an interjection of great enjoyment or excitement

📌For example:

🔺Whoopee! I won the top prize!

🔺As Suzie was riding the rollercoaster, she threw her arms in the air and shouted, "Whoopee!!"
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English of the Day 7 Dec, 11:31
Idiom of the Day

💥take the bull by the horns /ˈteɪk ðə ˈbʊl ˈbaɪ ðə ˈhoɚnz/

✍🏾: to deal with a difficult situation in a very direct or confident way

❗️For example:

🔺She decided to take the bull by the horns and try to solve the problem without any further delay.

🔺The woman is taking the bull by the horns and fixing the sink herself.
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English of the Day 5 Dec, 11:43
Slang of the day

💥Square

✍🏾Meaning: A plain, boring person; someone who is out of touch with the latest trends.

❗️For example:

🔺Michael is such a square — I've never met anyone so boring.

🔺 You know a dance club has lost its edge when the squares start showing up.

🗨Etymology: This sense of 'square' comes from jazz musicians in the 1920s. When a conductor wanted his orchestra to play in straight 4/4 time, he would snap his fingers in the air and make the shape of a square. Many jazz musicians thought that this time and rhythm pattern was boring, and began to call boring musicians 'squares'.

📌Synonyms: vanilla
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English of the Day 3 Dec, 11:23
Idiom of the Day

💥get the hang of /ˈgɛt ðə ˈhæŋ əv/
❗️informal

✍🏾: to learn the skills that are needed to do (something)

🔺He was finally getting the hang of his job. [=he was finally beginning to understand and become skillful in his job]

🔺She's getting the hang of driving.
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English of the Day 1 Dec, 11:50
Slang of the Day

💢totally

✍🏾Meaning: very, really

❗️For example:

▪️This guy I met who runs a website for learning English is so totally cool. You've just gotta meet him!

▪️Iggy's come up with this totally awesome new trick. He flips his skateboard three times in the air before landing on it.
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English of the Day 1 Dec, 11:22
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Slang of the Day

💥hang | hang out

☑️Meaning: to spend time with

✨For example:

➖I'm goin' down the park to hang with my friends.

➖Hey, you girls. Why don't you hang out with me and the guys for a while?
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English of the Day 30 Nov, 11:34
Idiom of the Day

🔰hard to come by

✍🏾Meaning: If something is hard to come by, it is difficult to find.

❗️For example:

🔺A good cheap hotel is hard to come by in London these days.

🔺Good jobs in the airline industy have been hard to come by recently.
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English of the Day 28 Nov, 14:51
Slang of the Day

💥janky

🇺🇸American English
✍🏾Meaning: poorly made, of low quality

❗️For example:

🔺Dave keeps riding his janky old motorbike. I wish he'd get a new one.

🔺How come you got those janky sneakers on? Why don't you get some good ones?

🗨Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 28 Nov, 11:33
English of the Day 28 Nov, 11:25
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Idiom of the Day

🔰think the world of

☑️Meaning: If you think the world of someone, you admire and respect them very much.

✨For example:

➖If there's one person most of us think the world of, I guess it'd be Nelson Mandela.

➖You're a wonderful teacher Miriam, and your students think the world of you, so please don't quit your job.
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