Idioms through pictures

somebody’s bark is worse than their bite MEANING: If your bark is worse than your bite, you appear to be more angry or dangerous than you really are. EXAMPLE SENTENCES: Don't get upset if the boss yells at you. His bark is worse than his bite. If someone's bark is...

leer más

Idioms through pictures

head over heels very deeply in love: We were head over heels (in love). He fell head over heels for some girl he met at school. (US) He went head over heels for her.

leer más

CURSOS EXTENSIVOS DE INGLES/FRANCES

CURSOS EXTENSIVOS DE INGLES Y FRANCES: ADULTOS – JOVENES Y NIÑOS Los CURSOS EXTENSIVOS son de 12 horas mensuales, repartidas en 3 horas semanales en días alternos, lunes y miércoles o martes y jueves, hora y media cada día. • Adultos, Jóvenes y Niños • Todos los...

leer más

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.

leer más

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...

leer más