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2nd Conditional ( Unreal in present )

2nd Conditional ( Unreal in present ) 2nd Conditional ( Unreal in present ) 2nd Conditional ( Unreal in present )
Real situation : - I don't have enough money now. I can't buy that shirt. Conditional : 1. Change the present tense into past tense ( but the meaning is present .... [Read More]

Learn - Weather Vocabulary

Learn - Weather Vocabulary Learn - Weather Vocabulary Learn - Weather Vocabulary
Sunny (having a lot of light from the sun) I hope it’s sunny tomorrow. Cloudy (water in the sky that appears as a white or grey mass) Tomorrow, it .... [Read More]

Today's idiom >> Get up on the wrong side of the bed <<

Today's idiom >> Get up on the wrong side of the bed << Today's idiom >> Get up on the wrong side of the bed << Today's idiom >> Get up on the wrong side of the bed <<
>> Get up on the wrong side of the bed << Meaning: to be in a bad mood, to be grumpy or unpleasant from the moment you wake up for no obvious reason. Example : Why are you in such a bad mood today? Did you get up on the wrong side of the bed? #englishidiom

Today's idiom: Under the weather

Today's idiom: Under the weather Today's idiom: Under the weather Today's idiom: Under the weather
Under the weather Meaning To feel ill/unwell. Origin This idiom has nautical (sailing) origins. Sailors and passengers aboard ships often became seasick during storms and bad weather, when the boat would .... [Read More]

3rd Conditional Form

3rd Conditional Form 3rd Conditional Form 3rd Conditional Form
A typical 3rd conditional uses this formula: If + subject + past perfect (had + past participle verb), subject + would have + past participle. The first half (If + subject .... [Read More]

Today's idiom: Not my cup of tea

Today's idiom: Not my cup of tea Today's idiom: Not my cup of tea Today's idiom: Not my cup of tea
idiom: Not my cup of tea Meaning If something is not your cup of tea, you do not like it or you are not interested in it. Origin The positive version .... [Read More]