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How to improve your English during the corona crisis
April 9, 2020
10 English Idioms Connected with EASTER (part II.)
10 English Idioms Connected with EASTER (part I.)
April 8, 2020
6 jednoduchých trikov na zvládnutie predsavzatí nového roka
January 3, 2018
Výber jazykového kurzu? 6 rád ako na to!
September 4, 2017
To Save the Day
August 22, 2016
To Be Under the Weather
6 steps to kick-start your English this summer
August 5, 2016
May I bring some LOVE to your May?
May 17, 2016
8 awesome idioms that´ll bring SPRING to your vocabulary
March 15, 2016
5 MÝTOV O JAZYKU
October 17, 2014
Mnohí sa už jari nevieme dočkať, a to počasie za oknami si z nás vytrvalo strieľa.
Aby - keď už konečne príde - ste boli na jar poriadne pripravení prinášame vám 8 jarných idiomov a spojení, ktoré zaručene osviežia váš slovník.
1. a spring in one’s step
= to walk with happiness, energy and confidence
There's been a definite spring in his step ever since he met Joanna.
2. to spring into action
= to move quickly into action, to suddenly burst into activity
(to spring is an irregular verb (spring- sprang – sprung)
As soon as the boss came in the door, everyone sprang into action.
3. a spring fever
= to be excited and full of energy once spring comes because the weather suddenly becomes warmer
The children all have spring fever these days.
4. to spring to life
= to became alive
The party always springs to life when Joanna is around.
5. full of the joys of spring
=very happy and full of energy
Even though it was October I was full of the joys of spring.
James is full of the joys of spring. Does he have a new girlfriend?
6. to be no spring chicken
= not so young anymore
She looks great, but she's no spring chicken.
7. to spring up
to appear, to sprout
The seeds we planted sprang up overnight.
8. April showers bring May flowers. (proverb)
= although rain in April is annoying, it starts the flowers growing.
Although it was an awful, rainy day, we felt cheerful, since April showers bring May flowers.
Apríl v daždi máj v kvete.
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