It's weekend! Are you knackered after working week? Or maybe it's already your vacation time? In any case you are free to read some slang words with Slang Cards!
Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. Example: Some of the best comic performances in history have been completely off the cuff.
“Against all odds” means “even though something seems completely…
Idiom of the day: Out of this world. Meaning: Extremely good. Example: Your chocolate cake is just out of this world!
“Follow the crowd” means “to do what most other people do”. Example: Think for yourself, don’t just follow the crowd. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com
“Bimbo” means an attractive but stupid young woman. Example: Linda says most of the women who marry professional footballers look like bimbos whose main interest in life is shopping.
“Belt” means a swallow or gulp of an alcoholic drink. Example: My boss is acting so strangely. I think he may have taken a couple of belts during lunch. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com
“Forty winks” is a short sleep during the day. Example: He usually has forty winks going home on the train.