PLAY IT BY EAR (phr. verb): to have no plan, to decide your actions as you go, depending on the situation. “What are your plans for the day?” “I have no plans – I’m just gonna PLAY IT BY EAR.” Do you prefer to PLAY IT BY EAR or make plans? Tell us below!
THROUGH THICK AND THIN: In good times and bad times; even in difficult situations; no matter what. A true friend is someone who stays with you THROUGH THICK AND THIN. Who is there for you THROUGH THICK AND THIN? =) Here’s a great example – and they’re from Hawai’i like me! WANT
BAG OF TRICKS (noun): things you are able to do, abilities, a collection of special techniques & methods. What do you have IN YOUR BAG OF TRICKS that could help me with this problem? What do you have in YOUR BAG OF TRICKS for learning English? SHARE them below! Here’s a great example of
AHEAD OF THE GAME (phr. adj): to be early; to have an advantage over a situation, to have done more than necessary. NativeEnglishTeacher.NET can help to keep you AHEAD OF THE GAME when it comes to speaking English! Show your friends! SHARE it on your wall! Use it in a sentence below! Here’s a
BEYOND (someone’s) WILDEST DREAMS (phr adj/adv): much better than ever expected; incredibly good. I love it here. This place is wonderful BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS. Show your friends! SHARE it on your wall! Use it in a sentence below! Here’s a great exampe: WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English with
ALL BARK AND NO BITE (phr. adj): a person who talks aggressively or makes threats, BUT can’t really DO anything about it, someone who is “ALL TALK.” (Like a dog that barks a lot, but never bites.) Chael Sonnen is ALL BARK AND NO BITE! He talked so much trash about Anderson Silva, but