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Spring Idioms!

Spring is here! (Even when temperatures say the opposite) We want to celebrate the first day of Spring with some idioms. Check them out and let us know which one do you like! #AEI #Spring #ATLEI #Languageispower #Atlanta #ESL

Commonly Confused Words!

Commonly Confused Words! Is there any other word that give you problems? Let us know in the comments below! #ATLEI #AEI#Languageispower #Atlanta #ESL #ESLAtlanta #Atlantaenglishinstitute

Phrasal verb!

A phrasal verb is an idiomatic phrase consisting of a verb and another element, typically either an adverb, as in break down, or a preposition, for example see to, or a combination of both, such as look down on.Here’s a review of our phrasal verbs related to friendship.  #AEI #ATLEI #ESL #Atlanta #Experienceenglish

New Year’s Phrasal Verbs

Here’s a review of phrasal verbs for the New Year. Which phrasal verb is most important for you to use as you try to keep your New Year’s Resolutions?

New Year’s Resolution!

Do you have a New Year’s Resolution this year?

Idiom of the Week

Karen Shock   
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Dec 05
When someone is telling you something important or special, you should “be all ears”. In other words, listen to them carefully. For example: 1. When Carlos told his wife that he got a full scholarship to medical school, she “was all ears”. 2. When you are a student attending a lecture, you should “be all ears”.