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Freakonomics » How to Learn (Not Just) a Language Quickly

Freakonomics » How to Learn (Not Just) a Language Quickly | Idioms! | Scoop.it
It was 20 years ago in the eight-week language course at the Goethe Institute in Prien am Chiemsee, a beautiful resort town in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps (sadly, that school has since closed its doors).
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burn the midnight oil

burn the midnight oil {v. phr.}
To study late at night.
Exam time was near, and more and more pupils were burning the midnight oil.
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????? Learning American English Idioms. Lesson 50 – A Chip on Your Shoulder | Photography Tuts

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Photography Tutorial New post: ????? Learning American English Idioms. Lesson 50 - http://t.co/X6oWFrIC #?????
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Getting Ready for the TOEFL - Education Times

Getting Ready for the TOEFLEducation TimesIt has been a long journey from Delhi to New Jersey; a trip that kicked off with the TOEFL, and still continues.
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Careful Usage Of Idioms In IELTS Writing and IELTS Speaking Tests ...

In the Speaking and Writing tasks of the IELTS exam, you can use idioms to make your speaking and essay more interesting. Even if you already know what an idiom is it is still very important to be cautious with its usage.
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break one's heart

 English-slang.com break one's heart {v. phr.}
To discourage greatly; make very sad or hopeless.
His son's disgrace broke his heart.
When Mr. White lost everything he had worked so hard for, it broke his heart.
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Advanced English Grammar: Conditional Sentences

Advanced English Grammar: Conditional Sentences | Idioms! | Scoop.it
A very good explanation on how to use conditional sentences by Brian Rhodes.
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Happy Diwali - the Indian Festival of LIghts ! [Dhananjay Parkhe 'Jay']

Happy Diwali - the Indian Festival of LIghts ! [Dhananjay Parkhe 'Jay'] | Idioms! | Scoop.it
Wish you all a very Happy Diwali and a Happy New Year.





Thanks and Warm regards
Jay
Dhananjay Parkhe
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Studying autism and iPads - 60 Minutes - CBS News

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60 Minutes on CBS News: Studying autism and iPads - Canadian professor Rhonda McEwen studies the use of iPads by children with autism in Toronto's Beverley School.
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come off second best

 English-slang.com come off second best {v. phr.}
To not win first but only second, third, etc. place.
Our home team came off second best against the visitors.
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Six Things » Blog Archive » Six questions for linked language learning

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a friend in need is a friend indeed

 English-slang.com a friend in need is a friend indeed A genuine friend on whom one can always depend.
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for good measure

for good measure {adv. phr.}
As something more added to what is expected or needed; as an extra.
He sold me the car at a cheap price and included the radio for good measure.
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par for the course

par for the course {n. phr.}, {informal}
Just what was expected; nothing unusual; a typical happening. — Usually refers to things going wrong.
Mary is very clumsy so it was par for the course when she bumped into the table and broke the vase.
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Idioms Worksheets

Idioms are an important part of language learning and are something that students often struggle with. Learning idioms in a language is difficult, because it differs from different culture.
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Pass the Exam » Blog Archive » Various Strategies to prepare for ...

English as a second language lesson about idioms and sayings. American English ESL EFL taught online by Teacher Phil English. TOEIC exam preparation and fluent accent reduction practice online every day.
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Language learning and Steve Jobs — Strategies in Language ...

Applying Steve Jobs' success principles to language learning provides us with some useful insights.
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in kind

in kind {adv. phr.}
In a similar way; with the same kind of thing.
My neighbor pays me in kind for walking her dog.
Low returned Mary's insult in kind.
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Infographic: Educating the Workforce of the Future

Infographic: Educating the Workforce of the Future | Idioms! | Scoop.it
In the next decade, most jobs will require at least some post-high school education. Are we setting students up for career success?
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British Accent Vs American Accent – What is the difference between ...

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3 English Idioms To Use When You're Angry! From Barcelona English School: Wellington House Idiomas. British Accent Vs American Accent – What is the difference between the British accent and the American Accent?
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Flula Borg Attempts To Understand Bizarre English Idioms

RT @MelissaBell: Rock Paper Dynamite.A German tries to make sense of American idioms: http://t.co/0bWFWo6U...
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