Idioms and Common English Expressions

Learning English expressions is a great way to increase your vocabulary. If you want to speak English like a native speaker or understand native spoken English, there are many common expressions and idioms that you can learn. Here are several timeless expressions from this week on Twitter.

If you haven’t discovered Twitter for English (#Twinglish) yet, here is a little of what you are missing out on.

To miss out on something

To be under the weather

I was like…

I’ve been meaning to…

If it’s not one thing, it’s another.

It’s one thing after another.

When it rains, it pours.

If you are eager for more idioms, head to Apoven’s Idiom Archives! Learning idioms and common expressions is a great way to take your English to the next level.

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