April Fools’ Day is celebrated on the first of April. In the USA, friends and family will often play small pranks and tricks on each other on this day. So, if you are in the USA, be careful! That sugar your American friend gave you for your coffee might actually be Read more…
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.
I knew that there were a lot of words out there to talk about drinking and being drunk in English. Of the top of my head, I could think of at least 40!
Then I did a little research and found that there are THOUSANDS of words that are used to mean “drunk” in English. To be honest, most of these are uncommon, but they are all still understandable to the average English speaker.
To do something a little different today, here is a list of some of the more common ways to express being drunk in American English. If you can think of any more expressions, feel free to leave me a message or comment!