Browsing archives for July, 2011

I feel like I’m going to croak!

American Slang 21 July 2011 | 10 Comments

Slang of the Day:  to croak   Meaning: to die Usage: I really feel like I’m going to croak. Dialog: Nurse – What brought you to my office today Sally? You seem a bit feverish. Sally – Yes, I feel like I have fever and aches. Nurse – Do you think you can stay here […]

Catch some zs

American Slang 20 July 2011 | 0 Comments

Slang of the day:   “Catch some Zs” Meaning:  to get some sleep Usage:  I am so exhausted. I think I’m going to go upstairs and catch some Zs. Dialog: Dorothy – What did you do last night? Sally – I stayed up way too late watching TV. What did you do? Dorothy – Oh, […]

Question for my Blog Readers…

English Fun 19 July 2011 | 7 Comments

Hi Everyone. I’ve had a bit of a respite from blogging and now I’m ready to blog again. So, now I have a question for all of you. Which types of blog posts do you find most useful? Audio, not written Both audio and written Grammar Slang Culture Other – if you say other, please […]