Idiom VS Proverbs?
Hi, just want to know the difference between an idiom and a proverb. Thanks!!
Bail On?
Hi, I know "bail on" is a phrasal verb that means to cancel an appointment or planned...
Can You Help Me With Understanding Of...
Twenty-nine when they had married, he had sown no few wild oats, yet Anna's true...
Idioms/Proverbs?
What is the difference between an idiom and a proverb?
Idiom: Hold The Fort?
Hi my EnglishForward friends, I'm currently making a subtitles to my favourite movie...
'See' Vs. 'Meet' In Formal Invitations...
Hello everyone, In a formal invitation to an inaugural grand opening of a shop at...
One Hour Earlier?
Hi, Let's say I work as a teacher and I always have a class at 3, but tomorrow ...
Smile?
Hello everyone!:) I would like to know if there is a difference between "smile...
Idioms (Break Up / Break Off)?
Idioms always drive me crazy. It's really difficult for me to understand the...
In/On One's Behalf ?
According to the dictionary, there IS a difference between "in my behalf" and "on...
Difference Between Idioms, Proverbs And...
I am an Indian, and English is my second language. Inspite of tossing a few odd ones...
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I Want Someone To Do Something &Amp; ...
I know that I can say in three ways if I want someone to do something and I think...
'State Of Affairs'?
Hi everybody, What does ' state of affairs ' mean? Dictionaries give the brief definition...
Re "My Two Cents"?
Attention: Teachers, Proficient Speakers, Top-Rated Users. Can anyone respond to...
Difference Beteen Idioms And Phrasal Verbs...
I am just the beginner. Could anyone explain me the difference between "Idioms and...
No More Than &Amp; Not More Than?
I've learned that 'no more than' means 'only' and 'not more than' means 'at most...
Prepositions And Idioms?
Sir what is difference between phrasel verbs,prepositions and idioms
Collocations &Amp; Idioms Of The Word...
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Wear A Collar And Tie?
"...they usually wear a collar and tie to go to work,..." this is a sentence from...