via GIPHY In only two weeks we will all ring in the New Year and make our New Year’s resolutions. Some people will promise to quit smoking, to go on a diet, to exercise more, to tighten their belts and save money, and so on. It’s great to want to change Read more…
Sometimes there is a sudden popular thing or style that everybody knows about and follows. Today, I’m talking about pumpkin spice, which is a seasonal trend in the United States.
Here are some natural expressions you can use to talk about this kind of situation in English.
Watch the video about pumpkin spice and try to catch how the following expressions are used.
It’s an unavoidable fact that everyone makes judgments about others in this world. One of the first things people base their judgments on is appearance.
Often times, people will use indirect expressions to talk about other people to seem less harsh or rude and some of these expressions can be downright confusing!
To help you out, I have made a list of six common idiomatic ways to talk about someone’s appearance as either ugly or beautiful that you will hear native speakers use. (more…)