To learn a language (in this case English), you must master different language skills.
To communicate effectively, you need to be able to
speak, write, read and listen.
Speaking and writing are
productive language skills, this means that you have control over what you are saying or writing and the vocabulary you use.
Halloween is near!
Therefore, today’s topic are Halloween themed idioms.
There are a lot of idioms to do with blood, weapons and skeletons etc in the English language!
Are you brave enough to try my Halloween idioms quiz? Continue reading…
In my lessons, I often get asked by students about online dictionaries. There are a lot of different dictionaries available online for free. That’s why I decided to compile this list.
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There are a lot of different idioms in the English language. This time, the focus lies on child themed idioms. Let’s have a look at the picture below:
Finally, the summer holidays have started here in Baden-Württemberg!
What’s your favourite summer holiday activity?