El idioma inglés tiene muchas expresiones idiomáticas que a veces son difíciles de entender, pero es fundamental conocerlas.

155 frases que tienes que saber para aprender inglés de forma rápida

El idioma inglés tiene muchas expresiones idiomáticas que a veces son difíciles de entender, pero es fundamental conocerlas.

Phrasal Verbs with "Fall". http://www.vocabularypage.com/2016/10/phrasal-verbs-with-fall_26.html

Phrasal Verbs with "Fall". http://www.vocabularypage.com/2016/10/phrasal-verbs-with-fall_26.html

Phrasal Verbs with Get. Phrasal Verbs that start with G.

Phrasal Verbs with Get. Phrasal Verbs that start with G.

Learn English. English Grammar. Grammar. ESL. TEFL. Ask Paul.

Learn English. English Grammar. Grammar. ESL. TEFL. Ask Paul.

Phrasal verbs with Fall

Phrasal verbs with Fall

(1) British Council Singapore - Idővonal

(1) British Council Singapore - Idővonal

Have got and have

Have got and have

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket.  Meaning: To die.  Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think.  Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

Have you ever opened a can of worms?

Have you ever opened a can of worms?

Other ways to say: Walk

Other ways to say: Walk

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