idiomy angielskie


10 Halloween idioms and expressions

Make someone’s blood boil – to make someone very angry Ex: It just makes my blood boil to think of the amount of food that gets wasted around here. Ghost town – a deserted place where there are few or no people Ex: I woke up at 5 a.m. to go for a run. It […]

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10 wyrażeń dotyczących edukacji

a bookworm – a person unusually devoted to reading and study She was always a bookworm when she was a kid. to draw a blank – to fail to get an answer or a result He asked me for my phone number and I drew a blank – I just couldn’t remember it. a copycat – someone who has few ideas of their own and does or says exactly the same as someone […]

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5 angielskich idiomów dotyczących lata

Dog Days – the hottest days of the summer. These are the days that are so hot, you don’t have the energy to do anything but sit. These are also periods of time when nothing is really happening. I wish I could go home from work early today. It’s impossible to get any work done […]

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Komunikacja słowna – przydatne idiomy

  to drop someone a line – skontaktować się z kimś telefonicznie lub mailowo I’m looking for a new  job. Please drop me a line if you hear of any good opportunities. to get ahold of someone = get hold of someone – skontaktować się z kimś, na ogół telefonicznie I need to get a hold of Alicia to tell her […]

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10 ENGLISH HEALTH IDIOMS – angielskie idiomy o zdrowiu!

1. an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – it is better to take good care of yourself to prevent illness than it is to get one and try to treat it, e.g. with medication Example: I always tell my daughter to take vitamin C regularly. An ounce of prevention is worth a […]

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