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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Jason had planned to climb Mt. Everest, but the day before the climb he __________ and decided to go home.

Valen was blamed for stealing money from work, so I ______________ and told my boss that she would never steal from the company.

When you're traveling, you can't have everything planned in advance. Sometimes you just need to go somewhere and ______________.

Josh: Sorry, I cant go to the party. I have a lot of work to do.
Shan: _________________! Sometimes you just have to do something fun.

Tim volunteered to join the army, but after a week in boot camp he realized he was ____________. He didn't have the strength to train as hard as the other soldiers.

On the night before his wedding, John __________________ and told his fiance that he didn't want to get married. They spent all night talking and the next day the wedding went on as planned.

After being in love with Jennifer for 3 years, Simon finally confessed his feelings to her. It felt good to ___________________.

After work, Jack likes to put on some music and have a glass of red wine. It's his way of _____________________.

If you want to get ahead in the business world, sometimes you have to _______________. It's hard to make money without taking some risks.

After work on Friday we all go out for dinner near the office. It's a great chance for us all to _____________________.


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179 Comments on “6 Body Idioms in English: get cold feet, play by ear…”


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thank you for this useful video

Monday, August 1st 2016

    . . . well . . . getting back after a short break Adam. It’s good to loose your tie from time to time. I did really need it.

    (By the way,is it the correct context for this idiom?)

    Thanks in advance for your feedback Adam.

    Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

      It is indeed Regino :).

      Welcome back.

      (btw, loosen your tie)
      ;)

      Thursday, August 18th 2016

a useful video :) thank you Adam

Monday, August 1st 2016

thank you Adam

Monday, August 1st 2016

Cool idioms. Thank you, Adam!

Monday, August 1st 2016

Very good. I thought idioms are difficult. Thank you Adam.

Monday, August 1st 2016

I am really enjoying the videos although I can’t understand the reason of Adam saying the academic write test task 1 doesn’t need conclusion and Emma says the opposite. What is the correct way ?
Thank you guys !

Monday, August 1st 2016

    Hi Rick,

    Both are right, actually. You can have a conclusion, but be careful not to actually reach a conclusion. In other words, don’t reach any point outside of what is presented in the infographic. You can have a short summary or general observation. That is why I say don’t even bother with the conclusion paragraph, because you risk adding something unnecessary. However, if you want to add one, you can.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

As we know, the native speakers use idioms all the time. Therefore, learning common everyday English idioms is the best way to build up our knowledge and help our speaking sound more like a native speaker.
Many thanks for these useful idioms, Adam. :)

Monday, August 1st 2016

Great lesson, Adam! Thanks a lot! :D

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam ,
Always a pleasure to find out new idioms . Let your hair down is the oldest expression I know . I heard it the first time listening to the song ” get down and get with it ” from a band named Slade . This idiom fits well with the hair lenght of the members of the band .
Thank again and see you soon for new idioms .

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    :D I’m really impressed by your quote Tsamp: “The only war we should fight is misunderstanding . The day when every peoples understand each other , we will have done a big step toward peace and a better world . Having a universal language is one of the solutions.”

    Friday, August 5th 2016

      Hello April .
      Nice my “about me” comment made you impressed but no need to be so , it is simply the truth and I hope you agree . I guess I am not the only one and not even the first one who thinks like that but there are still not enough of us
      Bye

      Saturday, August 6th 2016

        Good stuff Tsamp and April :)

        Thursday, August 18th 2016

thank you Adam

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you ,some of these idioms ,I heard for the first time..

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Great video I got 6 out of 10 but it seem difficult.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

i am having problem with at the sixth question of quiz. i was only wrong while answering this question. But i think there are two correct answers over there. it occurs to me that “a” and “b”, both of them is right.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    sorry i shouldn’t have used this article “at” in sentence of “i am having problem with at the sixth question of quiz.” :(

    Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

      Hi Sebernet,

      That’s a good point you make, but the fact that they did get married the following day means he was just scared, not actually against marriage.

      Does this help?

      Thursday, August 18th 2016

        thank you Adam, yes it does. also i hear more ” get off on the wrong foot”. i like this one especially. truth be told.. i hear it more than these you gave us as example.

        Thursday, October 6th 2016

Thank you!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

thank you 9/10
the 8 quiz you don’t tell us about it
I guessed it . get it wrong

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    Sorry about that Marie. I must have associated it with sticking one’s neck out.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

    Sorry about that Marie.

    I must have associated it with sticking one’s neck out.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Thank you Adam

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thanks Adam!!Nice lesson as usual ;)

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Unfortunately I’ve got only 8/10( But I’ll keep working on it) Thanks Adam, you’re the best teacher ever)

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

hello anyone can help me ? pls I have a so big exam four weeks later its like TOEFL I need help for it this exam contain beginner and intermediate pls I want to suggestion from us IF I Wrote false way ım sorry for that because Im new here

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    Which test is it Ardazmen?

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

      youth exchange and study

      Wednesday, August 24th 2016

        Not sure I know it, but good luck :)

        Friday, September 2nd 2016

Thank you very much for this video Adam

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you (: I’ve got 9
Obviously, idioms are very important for us as English learners . I’m so happy with this lesson because that’s what we are looking for.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you Mr.Adam

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you very much.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

thank you

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Great lesson. Thank you! I hope Valen is still with your school and didn’t do anything bad :) Pity she’s not posting lessons anymore. Did she get cold feet? :)

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    Hi David, how’ve you been? Hope everything’s fine.

    Just one questions concerning the quiz:
    Which was your answer fot item 6?

    The correct answer for item six, I think, is the first option (got something off his chest)not the second one (got cold feet)since he was not scared. He was brave enough to do what he did (talking about not wanting to get married.

    Thanks in advance for your comments on this.

    Have a nice day!

    Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

      Hi Regino,
      Actually, I was not referring to the quiz at all. I used some of the phrases from the lesson in my contribution intentionally. :) What I was referring to is that EngVid teacher Valen used to give lessons as well and they were also great. Check her out from the “Teacher” section :)
      Regards, D.

      Thursday, August 4th 2016

        I got your point David, but the question I put to you was about the quiz not about Valen. By the way, did you take it? I know that you didn’t need to take it. Please do not get me wrong.

        I’ve seen some of Valen’s videos. I like her teaching style. In fact she’s a ten!

        See you around and thanks for your comment.

        Friday, August 5th 2016

          Actually Regino, he was scared. The next day he got married after all, which means he was just nervous, and she calmed him down.

          Thursday, August 18th 2016

        Hi David,

        I think Valen just moved on to other things. She didn’t do anything bad ;)

        Thursday, August 18th 2016

hay Adam can i get one on one training program

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thanks Adam. Great lesson.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thanks Adam. It is a great lesson, a huge usefulness.
They give me more ways to describe what i want to say. Thanks alot!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

thank you so much for your teaching.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Very good, Adam. Thanks!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

what an excellent video ,, it is so useful !

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

it’s good

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

hello… I’m arwa

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    Hi Arwa :)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Hello, how are you, I’m Arwa, I’m not good at English and I want to help you to understand the modus operandi of the site, Thanks

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

    We’re just here to help you improve your English.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Adam. Thanks alot u r too good.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Many thanks very useful!!!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Excellent video and learning

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

hey,thanks for video.if someone wanna practice english,just add me on whatsapp +77777932384 or on skype “batl.1” good luck )

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam! Good video.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam, really good class!

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

thank you, first time

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

sorry ,I can’t open the video,why?and I can’t do the quiz neither,who can tell me the reason?

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Our videos are all on YouTube, which might be blocked in your country. As for the quiz, maybe your browser is out of date or has Javascript disabled?

    Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Thanks a lot for the class Adam. I got a question. Could you help me with it? I’ve heard this phrase and don’t know what is its meaning… “To get some shut-eye” …I hope you can help me.

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Hi Towwwers,

    shut-eye means sleep, so to get some shut-eye means to get some sleep or go to sleep.

    Hope this helps.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Adam, in Brazil “to get cold feet” has a completely different meaning. It represents a bad luck person. For example: I never go my soccer team’s stadium, but when I do, my team loses! So, I’m a “cold feet” person. Your videos are great! Thank you.

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    That’s great to know Samirsa :)

    Thanks.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

one or tow of idioms i know but i think the rest cuz i didn’t hear anyone say it before in front of me so i thinks its not common in use like i know but i rethink & listened to u with focus so that’s the trick u think it’s not important but when u think again u know how important r these idioms … Thank U Adam…need someone to have Conversation with so we can practice together leave a reply :D

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

thanks,Adam for give such a fantastic tips

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Valen again? lol By the way, isn’t she Engvid teacher anymore?

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Hi Adam,
I’m learnig a lot with your videos.
Thank you.

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Hi there! I’ve got one error. Tell me please, what does it mean “loosening his tie”? Thank for lesson

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Hi TimkaZhm,

    I think I forgot to mention that one. To loosen one’s tie means to relax. It’s similar to letting one’s hair down.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Hi Adam! Thanks for this video, it was really ineteresting. I like idioms pretty much, I guess they are used quite a lot in many situations, so it is necesssary to undertand what they mean.

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

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Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Hi Violet. Welcome :)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

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Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Oops! A mistake!

    Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Thank u so much

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

thank you nice video

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Thank you Adam. I think, it’s time you need to let your hair down. :)

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    I wish I had more hair Tammy ;)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

thanks a lot, these lessons help me so much

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

it’s a first time i have know those words and how we use it , thank you

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

I would like some help with the expression “to be round”. I’ve listened in a music made by Beetles called “Help” and I didn’t understand this part “And I do appreciate you beind round”. What means “being round” in this context?

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

    Here, “round” is short for “around”. “Around” in this sense doesn’t necessarily mean physically near – more like “you were there when I needed you”.

    “Around” is often shortened to “’round” in informal English, some dialects, and in songs where words often have to be shortened to fit the tune.

    Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

      Thank you for reply :D

      Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Thank you 😊

Thursday, August 4th 2016

Thank you teacher for the lesson, if was useful for me.

Friday, August 5th 2016

    If you want practice your english with me “welcom”

    Wednesday, August 17th 2016

This class is amazing…Thank you Adan

Friday, August 5th 2016

thank you a lot

Friday, August 5th 2016

Thanks Adam for all lessons you made. I finish all of them in 5 days. It really help me a lot from writing content. would you please make a lesson about different from speak to write. the problem, i can speak and understand, but it is hard to write them.I know i need practis

Sunday, August 7th 2016

practices. May they have a right way to practices, such as to have more words in your brain, to read more books, to write something everyday. recently, i am trying to read bible, seek beautiful sentence, then i write them down for using them later. please, lesson about guard you to write a epic content. i am not going to do any exams. i just love English. love reading.find myself hard to write. thanks again

Sunday, August 7th 2016

    Hi idonomad. I can share my experience,how I did it. It’s easy. You must just write down your favorite English book.(you must do it everyday for 3-4 months)
    Sometimes you will need to write the same page over and over again. Good luck.

    Monday, August 15th 2016

      Thanks Katring777 and Adam, i Went to practice the way as you mentioned every day. After 2 weeks doing this, I can see massive of improving. when i find a beautiful sentence, i write down on the paper, try to change nous, and verb. Right here, right now, i just learn one. “it will only be a matter of time before the problem becomes things of the past”. Looks more pro than “Finally, the problem will be solved “. anyways, thanks for the valuable opinions from bother of you.

      Sunday, August 21st 2016

    Hi Idonomad. Katrin’s advice is very good. Copy a book or the Bible, or anything in English. You will soon get a “feel” for it.

    The main thing is to get some feedback on your writing to see if a reader can understand you. If yes, then you’re writing. As for “epic” content, that takes time and practice ;)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

very, very good. I’m getting better every day after watch these videos!!

Sunday, August 7th 2016

Thanks, it is a good way for learning new Enghlish expressions

Sunday, August 7th 2016

That’s an useful lesson for everyday life.

Monday, August 8th 2016

Thank you Adam, I love your lessons

Tuesday, August 9th 2016

Hi Mr.Adam , first of all I want to tell you something (( you do not know how much i admire and love you)) i watch ur videos everyday,,,,,.I want an advice from you , do you recommend me to watch English movies and songs with my first language subtitle or without ??! ,,, u dont know how much i will be happy if u reply (excuse my weak english).

Tuesday, August 9th 2016

    Thanks Yusuf :)

    Watch it once with the subtitles so you understand the story. Then watch it again without. Since you already know the story, you can concentrate on the language. This will help.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

thank you in advance for these idioms. I´m not sure if I´m going to use them some day or every once in a while but it´s good to met them just in case I use them

Wednesday, August 10th 2016

Dear, Adam, at this lesson you said “Idiom is an expression WHOSE WORDS alone don’t mean what actually idiom means”. Can one say “Idiom is an expression WORDS OF WHICH……”???

Thursday, August 11th 2016

    Hi Andrew,

    Yes, you can, but don’t forget the comma and article ‘the’, “…, the words of which…”

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

      Adam, thank you very much indeed!!!

      Friday, August 19th 2016

thanks

Thursday, August 11th 2016

Thank you Adam ! After your english lessons i feel myself like i can in soon time speak english very well !

Thursday, August 11th 2016

Thanks Adam, very useful idioms in the daily conversation

Saturday, August 13th 2016

Thanks Adam, I stuck my neck out, but…I got 10/10.

Sunday, August 14th 2016

very mgood

Monday, August 15th 2016

Thanks Adam , but question #6 a bit confusing , i think “got something off his chest” sound right too

Monday, August 15th 2016

    Hi Mustafa,

    It can make sense, but because he got married the next day after all, it means he was just scared and need someone to calm him down.

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Hi Adam! There’s an idiom similar to the №1 in russia:
– to make(poo) into ones pants. (very common)

Monday, August 15th 2016

    hello do any one here want to chat,so we i can improve my english skills ??

    Wednesday, August 17th 2016

    We have it too Katrin, but in a slightly different way (which I can’t write here) ;)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

Nice lesson Adam, last month I went wall climbing , but after a few minutes of trying I got my feet cold.

Monday, August 15th 2016

    You got cold feet? You should try again Soleil (love the name btw) :)

    Thursday, August 18th 2016

      I mean I got cold feet, I didn’t notice my mistake.Thanks Adam, I will try again for sure :)

      Thursday, August 18th 2016

        I will try it again.

        Thursday, August 18th 2016

          And Soleil is been my nickname for years. I like French too.

          Thursday, August 18th 2016

I came across a couple of these idioms already and this explanation was very useful, thanks!

Tuesday, August 16th 2016

thanks adam

Tuesday, August 16th 2016

Adam, can I say: “How many are in this part?” Why am I asking because I watched the next video and teacher says: “How many is in this part?” It is on 28:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2o6MDpL1v0 So I am a little confused. Thanks.

Wednesday, August 17th 2016

    Hi Katrin,

    Not sure the context she said it in (long video :) ), but keep in mind that even native speakers make mistakes on a regular basis. As long as we’re understood, no one really cares.

    That being said, how many are is the correct way ;)

    Friday, September 2nd 2016

      Thank you Adam.

      Sunday, September 4th 2016

Thanks everyone :)

Thursday, August 18th 2016

Thanks Adam for this idioms lesson!

Several of them are new to me.

I need to get something off my chest: you all teachers are superb and your lessons are so interesting, important and effective that I return on and on, for more than one year, to learn new subjects.

Thursday, August 18th 2016

Adam, I have to get this off my feet. I’ve been in love with you for like 5 minutes.

You’re the best teacher. Keep doing what you’re doing. You are a blessing to many people.

Could you please include a lesson about: suppose to , used to, have to, ought to.

Thanks.

Friday, August 19th 2016

Adam, I have to get this off my chest. I’ve been in love with you for like 5 minutes.

You’re the best teacher. Keep doing what you’re doing. You are a blessing to many people.
to , used to, have to, ought to.

Thanks.

Friday, August 19th 2016

    :) Thanks Alie.

    I’ll get on those lessons.

    Friday, September 2nd 2016

Thank you teacher :)

Saturday, August 20th 2016

Hey, Adam! Sorry, I haven’t found a tab where I could ask a question, so, I’m doing it here in comments..I’m now watching a movie “Possession”, and there’s a phrase there: “Be a love and check on the duck” What’s the translation? Is that some idiom?

Sunday, August 21st 2016

    Hi Anastasia

    Be a love — be a sweetheart, darling, etc. = be nice and help me.

    I guess check on the duck means there is a duck being cooked and to look in the over to make sure it’s not overcooked. :)_

    Does this help?

    Friday, September 2nd 2016

Thank you so much mr.adam ,very good explanation,if i could express my suggestion, using mnemonics and repeat along lesson after all done could be good point of explanation ,10/10

Sunday, August 21st 2016

Hi, Adam!
Thank you very much for your lessons. They help me. The way you explain the stuff is perfect!
And in this quize I have 10/10!
You’re the best teacher.

Tuesday, August 23rd 2016

Thanks, Adam.
I would like to ask something about the speaking part of IELTS (AC). Will the examiner concern the logic of what I say or just focus on the grammar, sentence structure? Besides, sometimes there are some questions I am not familiar with. Can I change the topic? e.g. the question focuses on books, but don’t know what to say, then I change the topic like this – ‘I seldom read books, but I like watch TV series, especially about crime, science fiction….’ Will marks be deducted?

Tuesday, August 23rd 2016

    Sorry, get one more question.
    ‘downside’ is a countable or uncountable noun? Can I add s behind it?
    Thanks in advance.

    Wednesday, August 24th 2016

      Hi Sophie,

      Yes, logic and flow do count. And yes, you can change the topic, but first make it clear that you understood the question and that you don’t have an issue with the English, just the ideas. But then keep the answer about the new topic relatively short.

      There can be some downsides to changing topics, so don’t do it too often ;)

      Friday, September 2nd 2016

thank you Adam your amazing teacher

Thursday, August 25th 2016

I was watching on youtube and then a friend of mine sent me a chat, asking me to travel. We played it by ear.

Friday, August 26th 2016

Hi! Adam ^_^
Thanks soooooooo much for your lesson.
I try to find the meaning of to get cold feet for an ages. Now, it’s clear!!!!!
You are the best.

Sunday, August 28th 2016

I need to let my hair down from reading, listening, and watching engVid on YouTube. Is this sentence correct teacher Adam? Thanks ! Your explanation was very clear. I understood

Wednesday, August 31st 2016

    Hi Ebermejo,

    Only if reading, listening,and watching Engvid is hard, stressful work ;) Otherwise, you can let your hair down after you finish working and come home to watch us on Engvid :)

    Friday, September 2nd 2016

Absolutely correct teacher Adam, I am enjoying to watch your engVid Everytime you teach ànd at the same time I am learning too..You have a gift of teaching. Keep it up. Great job!😀

Saturday, September 3rd 2016

Thanks Adam and I have to get something off my chest.
Since I watch your courses in *EngVid* my English skill growing up every day.
Thanks for all you did and will do, you teach well!

Tuesday, September 6th 2016

Thanks a lot for your astonishing lessons. But I have a question regarding question 6. As I understand from the lesson. To get cold feet is to cancel something at the last moments. However, in question 6, we used the idiom despite of that the wedding went as planned. So how comes he got cold feet and the wedding went as planned. Thank you again :)

Saturday, September 10th 2016

Hello Adam. Thanks for teaching these useful expressions I’m sure they’ll be very helpful for me to aply them in daily conversations. I like your classes and i always learn a lot from you. Thanks!!

Saturday, September 10th 2016

hi Adam sir, how are you…
could you please tell me when and where to use a strong form of word and when to use a weak form of word in phonetic symbols…
i’m transforming an English book into phonetic language so please guide me in this regard… these tow thing are confusing me that should i go with strong one or that weak one…
besides, is it good to use only strong forms in writing…??????

Sunday, September 11th 2016

It is good Adam. Can you show me more video clips?

Monday, September 12th 2016

Hi Adam!

Very nice idioms, indeed. I will get something off my chest: if one day I travel abroad, I won’t get my feet cold before speaking English, because I am practising it a lot in Engvid. I know I may stick my neck out, for I can make mistakes. But I don’t mind. I will loose my tie and play by ear.

Sunday, September 18th 2016

today i earned new vocabulary but i don´t know whether i´m going to use them. Anyway, íts good to meet them.

Tuesday, September 20th 2016

Sir could you tell me ? if i use idiom while speaking with someone , it had better do or not? it is impressive for speaking or writing please help dear

Friday, September 23rd 2016

Thanks Adam you’re the best:-)

Sunday, September 25th 2016

thanks a lot sir. it was very useful and enjoyable :)

Tuesday, September 27th 2016

stick your nose in .this can be used someone is trying to intrude .
could be included correct if i`m mistaken

Sunday, October 2nd 2016

THANKS ADAM . I GOT 100

Monday, October 3rd 2016

I got 10 correct ^^

Monday, October 3rd 2016

hello Adam,in quiz Q5/ can i say sticking his neck out because he really did it? and if not the true answer why? thank you for the theaching

Wednesday, October 5th 2016

Hi teacher can we say stick out my neck?

Saturday, October 8th 2016

    or we must put the name between the verb and preposition?

    Monday, October 10th 2016

i like theses idioms

Monday, October 10th 2016

Ahh…it’s pretty complex for me,a beginner to finish the test…

Sunday, October 16th 2016

thank you very much teacher

Sunday, October 23rd 2016

adam. im in love with your lesson. thankyou so much

Wednesday, October 26th 2016

THANK YOU SO MUCH. I think you really give us useful idioms and phrases.:)

Thursday, October 27th 2016

Thank you so much!

Monday, October 31st 2016

Thanx Adam. Actually I decided to let my hair down today and I took the day off!

Monday, November 7th 2016

everything is very clear, thank you, Adam, I’m your fan))

Wednesday, November 9th 2016

10/10
actually i am bad at idioms, however your lesson was rather understandable. thank you a lot

Sunday, November 13th 2016

Thank you Adam. With your help I got 9/10.

Tuesday, November 22nd 2016

I got 10 correct out of 10 thank Adam 😆

Friday, November 25th 2016

I loved this lesson. Thank you very much, Adam! :D

Thursday, December 1st 2016

Dear Adam, In IELTS can we some sentences like “A rolling stone gathers no Moss”

Monday, December 5th 2016

thank you Adam

Thursday, December 8th 2016
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