Down to dumps – Idioms Meaning and Examples...

in a gloomy moodunhappydepressed or sadbad economy or business Examples After losing the match, Mike felt down to the dumps. Although he failed in

Tense Error Questions Competitive Exams – Pr...

Tenses are important, especially when you are preparing for a competitive exam. I have prepared a comprehensive guide for tenses. Check this and let

Couch Potato – Idioms Meaning and Examples...

A person who spends a lot of time sitting idle a person who spends a lot of time watching TV a lazy TV addict

Did You Know – English Fact 8...

Did you know the most commonly used noun in English language is Time?

Cost an Arm and a Leg – Idioms Meaning and E...

very expensive a small fortune very costly a large amount of money Examples: Flying to Australia will cost us an arm and a leg.

Did You Know – English Fact 7...

Do you know what do you call the smell after rains? Petrichor.

7 Common Mistakes We All Make, and How to Avoid Th...

We all make grammatical mistakes in our day-to-day lives. Here are a few common mistakes. See if you can spot them. One of the

Bury Ones Head in Sand – Idioms Meaning and ...

avoid a situation by pretending it does not exist to ignore an obvious danger to hide from a sign of danger refuse to deal

Did You Know – English Fact 6...

Did you know there is a word to say when you want to hug someone or something cute? ‘Cute Aggression’

Burn Candle From Both Ends – Idioms Meaning ...

to work hard to work hard for peace of mind to work hard for good health to work from early morning to late night

Did You Know – English Facts 5...

Do you know what is a mouse potato? If you are someone who words on the computer a lot, then you are a mouse

Bite Ones Tongue – Idiom Meaning and Example...

to stop from saying something one desperately wants to say to stop oneself from saying something to refrain oneself from saying something mostly hurtful

Did you Know – English Fact 4...

Did you know Good is the most commonly used Adjective? Here is a list of the most commonly used phrases with ‘good’ as an

Apple Of Ones Eye – Idiom Meaning and Exampl...

one’s favorite person or thing a person or thing that one is proud of most cherished person Examples: Five brothers had one sister. She

Did you know – English Fact 3...

Did you know ‘Dreamt’ is the only word in the English language that ends with ‘mt’?

Ants In Pants – Idiom Example and Meaning...

restless excited about something worried about something anxious, uneasy or impatient unable to keep still Examples: The children have ants in pants as their

Did You Know – English Facts 2...

What is an ambigram? An ambigram is a symbol, word or any art form which can be viewed from a different perspective or directions

Your Vs You’re...

My friend bought a monkey and wanted to show it to me. So, we decided to meet at a coffee shop. She came to

Aim for the Stars – Meaning with Examples...

To set ambitious goals To aim high To try to achieve something difficult To do something challenging Examples: My dad has taught me to

Did You Know – English Facts 1...

English has evolved over a period of more than 1,400 years. As per the medieval manuscripts ‘I’, ‘we’, ‘two’ and ‘three’ are some of

Achilles Heel – Meaning with Examples...

Meaning: Achilles’ heel refers to a person who has everything or has an overall strength, but one weakness can lead to the downfall. Weakness

A Piece of Cake – Meaning with Examples...

Meaning: a task which is very easy something which can be done easily effortlessly done simple and straightforward task Origin: It is believed that

A Drop in the Bucket – Meaning and Examples...

small when compared to the whole portion insignificant when compared to what is needed a small amount when compared to the needed amount Examples:

Idiom: A Hard Nut to Crack or a Tough Nut to Crack...

a hard nut to crack a tough nut to crack Meaning: A difficult problem to solve A person who cannot be easily understood A

Words to Use Instead of Very...

Do you want to improve your vocabulary without going through a lot of trouble? It is not that difficult, trust me. Most of the

How to Learn English Tenses Easily & Effectiv...

You read this blog. You are reading this blog. You have read this blog. You have been reading this blog. Doesn’t all these sentences

The Best Guide for Active Passive Voice...

He files kite – Active Voice Kite flied him – Passive Voice. Guys, the above statement for passive voice is incorrect. Let me show

Do You Know Collective Noun for Animals and Insect...

Personification vs Apostrophe...

Metonymy...

 

hyperbole vs understatement...