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To keep your eyes peeled

19 May 2011

To keep your eyes peeled = to keep alert = to pay close attention in anticipation of something. Keep your eyes peeled for Martin. He should be home any minute and I don’t want him to come home and find this mess we’ve caused! Keep your eyes peeled for him – he hasn’t paid his […]

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In the nick of time

12 May 2011

In the nick of time = Just in time = almost too late for something, with no time to spare. We arrived at the airport and boarded our plane in the knick of time. We were just in the nick of time to catch the last train Have you recently arrived somewhere in the nick […]

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Why is an island like the letter T?

4 May 2011

Vocabulary Middle = the center of something Like = similar to The Joke Q: Why is an Island like the letter T? A: Because it’s always in the middle of water. Why is it funny? Islands are surrounded or in the middle of water. Also the letter T is in the middle of the sequence […]

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Million vs Millions

26 April 2011

This post is now at: http://www.woodwardenglish.com/million-or-millions/  

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The plural of Baby

20 April 2011

Vocabulary Twins = two babies born to the same mother at the same time. The joke Teacher: Steve, can you tell me what the plural of ‘baby’ is? Steve: Twins? Why is it funny? The teacher is asking a question about grammar. In this case the plural of baby is “babies” but the student has […]

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Bean Soup Joke in English

13 April 2011

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