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“Every cloud has a silver lining.” But an irony resides, as the cloud grows & cries. Turns white into grey and let’s go off the things, It can’t hold for life. -heba nazar

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PROVERB Absence makes the heart grow fonder MEANING Being away from someone or something for a period of time makes you appreciate that person or thing more when you see them or it again EXAMPLE … Continue reading "Common Proverbs in English."

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Actions speak louder than words   Children usually learn more from the examples set by their elders than from what they are told ; a person’s character is judged by the thing she does and … Continue reading "Proverbs."

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the ball is in your court Meaning: the initiative for taking action lies with somebody Example: We did what we could, and now the ball is in your court. Read on on the ball Meaning: alert to new trends, ideas, … Continue reading "IDIOMS ."

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What is an Idiom? Idioms occur in all languages on every continent throughout the world. They are known as a form of formulaic language. This type of language is not meant to be taken literally … Continue reading "Idiom."

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Some things, like learning to speak English fluently, take a really long time. It might seem like too much work. But the only way … Continue reading "Proverbs."

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