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To surf the Net

To surf the Net is an expression which means: to spend time on the Internet.

How many hours a day do you surf the net? Personally, I waste so much time surfing the Net.



A gadget is often a small mechanical or electronic device which is designed to have a practical use but many people argue that the majority are just useless and… 14 more words


To log on and To log off

To log on is the accurate phrasal verb we use when we begin to use a computer system by entering a password. To log off… 66 more words


To be hooked on someone or something

To be hooked on something or someone means that you are passionate and enjoy doing something. In other words, you are addicted. In general, I’m hooked on… 34 more words


To keep something up

To keep something up is a popular phrasal verb which means to continue doing something. For example, my mother took up bell ringing in churches 10 years ago and so far she has kept it up.


Ten Idioms from Cartoons

As a part of my effort to use interesting ways for teaching English, I’ve decided to gather a collection of pictures from popular cartoons which are perfect for teaching idioms in English. 440 more words

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To join

The verb to join can be used in lots of different situations. For example:

  1. Last month I joined a new gym: I became a member of a gym…
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