LEAP OF FAITH

A leap of faith is a decision to believe that something is true or possible even though other people may doubt it: He has taken/made a leap of faith in starting his own business.

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TO LOOK LIKE SOMETHING THE CAT BROUGHT/DRAGGED/DRUG IN

MEANING: (Of a person) look very dirty or disheveled; to have a very dirty or messy appearance EXAMPLE SENTENCES: I need to take a shower—I look like something the cat dragged in. After running around in the rain for hours, I looked like something the cat dragged in...

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Idiomatic expressions of Relationships

Below you can find useful expressions of Relationships. I recommend you to practise them by writing your own sentences (you can send me your phrases by a private message). To get on like a house on fire - If two people get on like a house on fire, they like each other...

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L’ART DES PETITS PAS

Seigneur, apprends-moi l’art des petits pas. Je ne demande pas de miracles ni de visions, Mais je demande la force pour le quotidien ! Rends-moi attentif et inventif pour saisir Au bon moment les connaissances et expériences Qui me touchent particulièrement. Affermis...

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Why should you learn English? What can English do for you?

English has been described as “the language of opportunity”, and by the time you get to the end of this article, we’re pretty sure you’ll agree. If you’re currently in the throes of trying to pick a language to study at school, or you fancy taking on a new language in...

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