Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

Sunday driver A person perceived as driving in a slow and unskilful way: Move over, you Sunday driver! So beware, the Sunday driver with the flat cap and pipe is a myth, the real Sunday driver is someone unaware of those around them and their driving skills! Now many...
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

to lose sleep over/about something to worry about something: I wouldn’t lose any sleep over what happened. Yes, Kelly is in a little bit of trouble, but I’m not going to lose any sleep over her. Don’t lose any sleep over the matter. I refuse to lose...
10 Phrasal verbs con UP

10 Phrasal verbs con UP

1. Blow up Hace referencia a que algo explote o poner una bomba. Aquí tienes una frase de ejemplo: He drove over a land mine and his Jeep blew up. (El condujo por un campo de minas y su Jeep explotó) 2. Break up (with somebody) Significa romper con alguien, acabarse...
Phrasal verbs con “Keep”

Phrasal verbs con “Keep”

keep [sb/sth] from doing [sth] EN: Prevent ESP: Impedir Ej. sorry to keep you from your work. I shouldn’t have called during working hours. keep sth up EN: to continue without stopping or changing. ES: seguir el ritmo.  Ej. “Keep up the good work!” keep sth from sb...