December 2017

November 2017

English Tip: You Do You

2017-11-30T11:23:28+00:00 By |Categories: Most Popular Vocabulary|

Earlier this week a student asked me about the English phrase “you do you”. It’s not a phrase that every English speaker uses, but is common with the more positive-thinking people for sure. I’ll explain more below. […]

English Tip: People Watch

2017-11-28T16:10:26+00:00 By |Categories: Most Popular Vocabulary|

When English speakers used the phrasal verb “people watch” what we mean to say is actually pretty obvious. We’re watching people. The idea here is that you can look at what other people are doing, who they’re talking to, how they’re moving, etc – but it’s a really risky hobby. […]

English Tip: Follow In Someone’s Footsteps

2017-11-21T10:40:49+00:00 By |Categories: Most Popular Vocabulary|

Follow in Someone’s Footsteps To do the same thing that another person has done before, especially an older family member or person close to you. It’s usually related to career, but can be in relation to lifestyle, hobbies, or even personality type. Imagine making the same decisions in your life as your parent or older [...]

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