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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
English jokes A lot of English humour depends on word play. Many words in English have more than one meaning and it is this double meaning that gives a joke its humour. For example: What’s orange and sounds like a parrot? Find out in this lesson.
154 (One hundred and fifty-four) Interactivities
Prepositions are always complicated for students. This Interactivity looks at the description of people and animals sitting in and around a house. This lesson looks at prepositions of place. These are the prepositions that tell us where something is in relation to other things. They include ABOVE, BELOW, BESIDE, BETWEEN, IN FRONT OF, IN, INSIDE, NEAR, NEXT TO, ON, OPPOSITE, OUTSIDE, UNDER. Click on the picture to make it bigger and cover
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Here is a subject you won't find in any detail in any of your English textbooks. It's strange really, when you consider that each and every one of us does this at least once or twice a day. Yet many people, and the English in particular, are rather embarrassed when talking about going to the toilet. The English, being somewhat reluctant to admit that they do go to the toilet, have invented many expressions to sanitise this rather natural bodily function.
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There are three small English words that cause a lot of difficulty for many people. To, Too and Two are homophones and even native English speakers confuse them, too. This video has been created to help you avoid confusion in the future. It aims to entertain you, too. There are self-test questions under the video to help you practice what you have learned in the video.
40,368 (Forty thousand, three hundred and sixty-eight) quotations in English...
My grandmother was an actress too. In the thirties and forties she was under contract with Universal Studios. Crazy credits, lots of them. My dad was also under contract with Universal Studios. And my first film was shot on the same stage they both worked on at Universal.