Autumn is a wonderful time of the year! It's a great time to be outside and go for a walk in the park.
That's why we're teaching you these fun English expressions that deal with this beautiful time of year.
A great way to build your vocabulary is by learning different English expressions. So here are a few expressions that to help you enhance your vocabulary. Enjoy! :)
And don't forget to practice using the expressions and write a sentence in the comments.
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What she's achieved is outstanding: opening a new restaurant and becoming so successful in such a short time isn't a walk in the park. We gotta say she really turned over a new leaf after her father's failure. Well, in this case, the apple fell far from the tree, we should say.
Watching your videos is like walking in the park. I'd to turn a new leaf by moving to English speaking country. In my view if I'm able to speak Englisg fluently, I would feel like I'm an apple that falls far from the tree. Thank you for your wonderful lesson.
Thanks for commenting. The idiom "to turn over a new leaf" means to start something new and in a positive way. For example: Every New Year's I tell myself I'll turn over a new leaf and start exercising regularly. But I suppose in the literal sense turning over a new leaf is like turning the page in a notebook since paper does come from trees. 😉
How about "Shaking life a leaf"?.Thanks for your lesson.Can you help me with this sentence?The doorbell and the phone rang .....(as/at)the same time.I used "at" but my english teacher told me to use"as".I have no idea .Please help me
Oh yeah, that's a good one. "Shaking like a leaf." We'll add that to the list for future lessons. Thanks for sharing with us. As for your question, the sentence should read "The doorbell and the phone rang at the same time." We use "at the same time" two talk about two things that happen simultaneously. There is no phase "as the same time." Hope this helps! 👍
Thanks for commenting Sri Ram. We're glad you enjoyed the lesson and hope you learned some new English expressions. Sorry to hear about you ad situation. Hopefully you'll get it resolved. Have a great day! 😃