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"Tongue-in-cheek" means "insincere, ironic or joking". Example: Ann made a…

“Tongue-in-cheek” means “insincere, ironic or joking”. Example: Ann made a tongue-in-cheek remark to John, and he got mad because he thought she was serious.

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train.

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Forty winks is all you get with no sleeper car on the train!

"Like talking to a brick wall" is the person you are speaking to does not listen. Example: I've tried to discuss my feelings with her, but it's like talking to a brick wall.

“Like talking to a brick wall” is the person you are speaking to does not listen. Example: I’ve tried to discuss my feelings with her, but it’s like talking to a brick wall.

In the first 2015 post I'd like to continue with our IELTS series of posts we started last year. In this one I look at Writing Task 2. I've put together a list of tips which I normally give to my s...

In the first 2015 post I’d like to continue with our IELTS series of posts we started last year. In this one I look at Writing Task I’ve put together a list of tips which I normally …

10 Most Disturbing Books Ever Written... MUST READ!

10 Most Disturbing Books Ever Written. This is an intriguing list. Some pique my curiosity and some may be beyond my threshold for enjoyable reading