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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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English Idioms & Slang | KILLING IT

  KILLING IT (slang expression): Doing very well, to be very successful. Kelly Slater (11-time World Champion of Surfing) is KILLING IT in the Quiksilver Pro France contest. #Quikpro Who do you know that’s KILLING IT? Tell us Below! Here’s a good example: “This Rap game? I’m KILLING IT.”       WANT MORE? Click

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English Idioms & Slang | BEAT A DEAD HORSE

to BEAT A DEAD HORSE (phr verb): To continue talking about a subject that was resolved (or should have been resolved) long ago, and nobody is interested anymore. * Why do you insist on BEATING A DEAD HORSE by bringing up these ancient problems of ours? We’re not going over them again! * Talking about

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English Idioms & Slang | BEAT IT

BEAT IT (phr verb): Go away, get out of here. “The Bartender told me to BEAT IT. He didn’t want me to make any more trouble.” Have you ever told someone to BEAT IT? Tell us below!   Here’s a good example:     WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English

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