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American English Idioms & Slang – HELP YOURSELF

TO HELP YOURSELF (phr verb): To take whatever you want, to not wait to be served. ex – “Do you have any wine?” “Yeah, it’s in the kitchen – HELP YOURSELF.” Here’s a great example:   WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English with Native English Teacher . NET! At Native

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We’ve been getting a lot of questions about how our classes really work. In this video from a real class, see how our students learn English online with certified, native speaking English teachers from https://NativeEnglishTeacher.NET. Sound Native!   WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English with Native English Teacher . NET!

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English Idioms & Slang | MONKEY BUSINESS | Movember Special!

MONKEY BUSINESS (NOUN):  Fooling around; breaking the rules; playful or out of the ordinary activities; mischievous or illegal activities. “Bob left the company quite suddenly. I think there was some monkey business between him and the boss’s wife.” Here’s a good example:     For more info on Movember, visit http://mobro.co/NativeEnglishTeacher WANT MORE? Click the button!

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English Idioms & Slang | SHE WOLF / FALLING TO PIECES

Have you heard the song “She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)” by David Guetta? Do you know what it means? =) SHE WOLF (noun): a very bad or evil woman. “I can’t believe she stole her sister’s husband. She’s a SHE WOLF!” to FALL TO PIECES (phr adj): to lose control of your emotions, to be

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English Idioms & Slang | HANGOVER / HUNGOVER

HUNGOVER (ADJ): Tired, Dehydrated and sometimes SICK the day after you drink “I’m so HUNGOVER. I cant believe we drank so much last night.” HANGOVER (NOUN): the FEELING of being tired, dehydrated and sometimes sick the day after drinking. “I got a HANGOVER. I’ve been drinking too much.” NOT  ->  I am hangover Here’s a

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English Idioms & Slang | SUNDAY DRIVER

SUNDAY DRIVER (noun): someone who drives very slowly, like they are taking a relaxing cruise on a Sunday afternoon, with no time table. “Driving places with my Dad takes forever, he’s such a SUNDAY DRIVER.” How do you feel about SUNDAY DRIVERS? Tell us Below! Here’s a great example:         WANT MORE?

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