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Don't mess with a tiger, unless it's a paper tiger 紙老虎. Making friends with a tiger's absurd,Of such friendship nobody has heard;With one snap of its jaw,Your friendship's no more,So a less dangerous friend is preferred. Find out more at BritishIdioms.com, where you will also find the idioms Interactivity.
275 (Two hundred and seventy-five) Lessons
These four idioms all use the word bad. The idioms are: bad lot | bad blood | bad patch | bad-mouth We’re only going to look at four idioms at a time in this Interactivity to make them more easy to remember. First we’ll establish the meanings of the four idioms. Then we’ll do some exercises to make sure you know how to use them. All the time, you’ll hear the correct pronunciation of the idio
154 (One hundred and fifty-four) Interactivities
Advanced students often share the same mistakes with other students of English. This quiz aims to help you identify the 35 most common mistakes at Advanced Level and avoid them. You will be asked 5 random questions each time.
99 (Ninety-nine) Podcasts
This is my way of packing as much English language learning into 60 seconds as possible. The introduction and end credits don't count as part of the learning process, if anyone is tempted to comment about these parts of the video. In the one minute of the lesson proper you will be exposed to lots of ways that we use the word minute in normal daily usage. There is a great mnemonic (memory aid) in the video to help you remember the heterophones. This is a very fast-paced lesson, but you can always
40,368 (Forty thousand, three hundred and sixty-eight) quotations in English...
The world has always laughed at its own tragedies, that being the only way in which it has been able to bear them. And that, consequently, whatever the world has treated seriously belongs to the comedy side of things.