Enjoy your summer (and keep studying!)

Hi everyone! This month I am very busy supporting my students in Tokyo and preparing for more company clients this autumn so my posting schedule is going to change a …

English idioms – take the heat / take heat

Today’s idiom “Take The Heat” has a literal meaning (basic or usual meaning):to endure hot temperaturesThis is a perfect expression for summer!“It’s 40 °C today! I can’t take this heat anymore!” As …

Summer verb – swelter = to be very hot!

Lets learn a new word to describe when we are feeling very hot! swelter  verb   to be very hot in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable Passengers sweltered …

English expression – ‘Beat the heat’

On Friday we reviewed superlatives: Click image for Friday’s post! Today lets use an expression that talks about the (HOT!) weather. Beat the heat! The verb beat can mean to …