English Idioms Series #1 – (Head Idioms)

Head Idioms


The is “An Oldie, But A Goodie” — so the video quality isn’t up to today’s standards.  But It is the content which is important.  And regardless of how “old” this is, I think that it will be very beneficial to your students as well.


Enjoy The Video Lesson!



I Hope The Was Both Entertaining and Helpful!

Have An Excellent Day!


“Fun With English!!!” meets “Yer Inglish Sux!!!” #666 – JIF vs GIF

JIF vs GIF


First of all, who the F^ck cares!!!  But now that I’ve gotten that off my chest, I have to jump in to the argument because the fact that a lot of people REALLY DO CARE!!!  is hilarious to me.

(And I like to make fun of people like that) 😉

In fact any time that people get really crazy about things that don’t matter at all, it makes me laugh.  I say let’s give them some guns and knives and let them fight in out until there is only one left… Then we can tell that one person left that he or she is wrong – and joyously applaud as that person’s head explode.


So Here It Is…

(and if anyone can read this and STILL not understand, then we would all be better off if that person’s head actually DID explode…  and this goes for the creator too… even though we thank him for giving us this wonderfully useful image format.)

JIF vs GIF - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!


Enough Said!  At least I hope so.  But if you still need more, you can…

READ THE FULL POST HERE!

(I Promise…  No Click Bait – Just a Cool GIF of an Exploding Head To Further Illustrate My Point)


Have An Excellent Day!

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“ZEE” vs “ZED” – The Pronunciation Of The Letter “Z”

The pronunciation of the letter “Z” in The Common Tongue is /zee/ – /ziː/…  Whereas, in European and Australian English, the letter “Z” is pronounced /zehd/ – /zɛɾ/…

Either one is perfectly fine to use, however is is quite possible for an American to get confused by this as… “Zed” is (or was) a man’s name.



But There’s More!

Read The Full Post Here!

(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Just Pure Awesomeness)
I couldn’t think of anything more creative, because I spent it all on the full post


Have An Excellent Day!

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“A Little Bit (of something) Goes A Long Way.”

“A Little Bit (of something) Goes A Long Way

(Aphorism)


Pass The Joint - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!


This time on “GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! Uses Funny Pop-Culture GIFs To Teach Authentic English!!!”, we are joined by the hilarious duo of 70s Icons “Cheech & Chong” and two of the  cutest little Judo Stars in The World – to demonstrate the meaning of this common Idiomatic Aphorism.


Judo Girls - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!


READ THE FULL POST HERE!…

And Don’t Forget The Rizlas


Have An Excellent Day!

(And don’t forget the Rizlas…  Oh wait, I said that… Oh yeah!…  No Click-Bait…  Wait, what was I just saying?)

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FREAK!!! – Fun With English (Slang)

You’re A FREAK!!!


Yes, yes, I know…  And I will be the first to admit it, say it, promote it, support it, and love it into full-fruition.


Freak - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!


This was the first installment (revisited) of Fun With English!!!  On the new GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! – Updated and Made More Awesome for your Education and Entertainment


READ THE FULL POST HERE

(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Only Authentic English)


Have a Freakin’ Excellent Day!

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