English usage – worry about (something)

The word about is sometimes used as a preposition that means – on the subject of somebody/something; in connection with somebody/something We often use it with the verb worry. We worry …

English expressions – on the side

~English expressions~ on the side =  extra, such as with a job or an additional order of food; not the main thing “I work at the bank and I fix …

English Phrasal Verb – Plug In

English Phrasal Verb – Plug In plug in [phrasal verb] to connect a piece of electrical equipment to the main supply of electricity or to another piece of electrical equipment “Is …

English expressions – squeeze into something

📚English expression📚 squeeze into something  This expression means to make room or time for someone or something in a small space or a tight schedule, often by exerting pressure “The dentist can …

English expression – rip the band-aid off

Rip the band aid off = Do something that will be uncomfortable or difficult very quickly so you don’t prolong the pain. (make the pain longer) ____________________________________________________ English 808 for …

English expressions ~ from the ground up

~English expressions~ from the ground up  1. from the very beginning “We must plan our sales campaign carefully from the ground up.” 2. build something new ~ you start at …