"I used to" and "I’m used to"

“I used to” and “I’m used to” can be easy to confuse. What’s the difference? Good question. Let me explain with some examples… We say I used to when we talk about something that we we did in the past, but now we don’t.“I used to ride the Chuo line everyday.” This means that I rode the Chuo line everyday in the past, …

Idioms "Actions speak louder than words"

Actions speak louder than words What you do is more important than what you say. The politician promised to do many things but he never did anything. The voters believed that actions speak louder than words and they soon voted him out of office. 

"Eye" Idioms

catch one`s eye – attract one`s attention, notice something “I tried to catch my friend`s eye at the movie theater but he didn`t notice me.” eyes in the back of one`s head – ability to know what happens when one`s back is turned “The teacher has eyes in the back of her head and always knows what is going on …