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Learn 5 Apple Idioms and Proverbs in English

In my family, we love to eat apples! My mom makes the best apple pie in the world (in my humble opinion!), and every year, my dad turns the garage into his own miniature factory for canning applesauce. He cans hundreds of jars, and then we eat applesauce all year long...

Mouse + Rat Idioms: 9 Great Idioms with Meanings and Examples

Help! Rodents are swarming Next Step English! 🐁😱🐁 (We may need Pincy Cat to return to ward them off, and soon! As we say in English, when the cat's away, the mice will play.) But since they're already here eating my cheese and nibbling at my power cords, I thought I'd...

Love Words in English, Part 2: Advanced English Words about Secret Meetings for Lovers

  Welcome to Part 2 of this series on love words in English! We're continuing today with six advanced English words about secret meetings for lovers! You'll learn three advanced words for secret meetings between lovers, two words for secret places where lovers go to...

VIDEO: 7 English Adjectives for Plants

  Today, you're going to learn seven adjectives for plants in English. Most of these adjectives can be used to describe other things, as well.   Right now, Adrian and I are living with his mother, and there is a plant in her backyard that has captured my heart. In...

VIDEO: How to Pronounce SCH- at the Beginnings of English Words: SK or SH?

  One of you recently commented on our Twitter page about the tricky pronunciation of the word scheme. Did you know that there are two possible pronunciations for sch- at the beginnings of English words? For some words, sch- sounds like /sk/, as in school. In other...

English Dictation Exercises: 20 Mini-Dictations Featuring Phrasal Verbs with Take

Phrasal verbs are difficult enough, but phrasal verbs with take are particularly hard because, well, there are so many of them! In another post, we looked at 20 phrasal verbs with take, complete with visual vocabulary cards and a practice quiz. But will you understand...

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