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A photograph of a fluffy Norwegian forest cat, which looks very much like a Siberian forest cat. As we discuss English cat idioms.

Why are there so many english idioms about cats ep 406

Itโ€™s pretty safe to say the British love their pets. With over 40 percent of British households owniโ€ฆ...

Winter in the Lake District a classic scene where you can imagine thin ice, as we talk about cold English idioms.

English idioms associated with cold weather ep 391

The weather in the UK is suddenly getting cold, with our first proper frosts. Apparently we are gettโ€ฆ...

A vibrant photograph of bright orange carrots, which are the star of our English lesson on an English idiom.

An english idiom you should all know ep 371

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A photograph of horses in Iceland. Wild horses in a group. Horses on the Westfjord in Iceland. Discussed in this English lesson when we talked about furry coats to help survive in the cold weather.

Horse idioms english lesson ep 366

A recent comment on YouTube, which suggested that idioms make English interesting, got me thinking aโ€ฆ...

A photograph of some walking boots used to help explain the English idiom too big for your boots

English idioms that are too big for their boots ep 349

I was talking to a British colleague of mine about Adept English recently and mentioned that one of โ€ฆ...

A photograph of a black forest Pavlova cake with a cherry on top, used to help explain the English idiom the cherry on top of the cake.

Three english idioms which are the same in french ep 339

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Today we examine 3 common English idioms. English idioms are a pain to learn for new English languagโ€ฆ...

Attentive red fox focusing on the hunting in the autumnal and gloomy forest, used to help explain the English idiom beat around the bush.

English lesson on popular idioms that get to the point ep 330

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Well, itโ€™s been nearly a month since we last discussed an English idiom, so in today's English lessoโ€ฆ...

A photograph of a lady enjoying a breath of fresh air, used to help explain a popular English idiom.

How to speak english listening to native english speakers ep 318

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Adept English is all about helping you to speak English quickly and fluently, just like a native Engโ€ฆ...

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