Everyone who is studying or already knows the English language has come across words and phrases, the meaning of which was impossible to understand even with a dictionary. Phrases and idioms such as “Break a leg” and “It's raining cats and dogs” are rarely taught in schools and universities. TV series and literature The free app "English Idioms and Words" teaches you how to understand and use in practice such words and idioms.
You will learn that the English phrase “Easy peasy, lemon squeezy” is a simple task or task. And the strange exclamation of "Shotgun!" means that someone has occupied the front passenger seat of the vehicle. You will learn to better understand native English speakers and use these phrases in writing and speaking. Your English will become natural and expressive.
Get a new word or phrase every day: an idiom, a phrasal verb, a slang expression, or a phrase. English words and idioms have an explanation of their meaning and examples of usage in speech.
View the archive of phrases for the past days. Mark the words and idioms you like so you don't get lost and come back to them. Share words and idioms with your friends on social media. The application is designed in light and dark themes for ease of use.
The application "English Idioms and Words" is useful both for people learning the language and for those who already know the language at a high level, but want to reduce the language barrier with native speakers.
The “English Idioms and Words” app allows
• Every day to receive an interesting word or idiom in English
• Learn the translation of a word and idiom, as well as their examples of use in speech
• Save and share your favorite words and idioms with your friends
• View popular words and idioms among users
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