In this lesson, we look at binomial expressions using synonyms (words with same or similar meanings). This is the second video in a short series on binomial expressions.
I was asked how to use dawn, daybreak, and aurora correctly. Dawn as a noun means the beginning of the day. My name is Dawn, and daybreak is a synonym of dawn. This is why my website is called Daybreak English!
There are very few perfect synonyms in English. Find out the subtle differences between these synonyms – Begin & Start, End & Finish, Suitable & Appropriate.
Is there a difference between jealousy and envy, or are they synonyms? Learn more about both, and why they are so often confused.
In this video, we learn about some idioms and expressions relating to Christmas. Find out what it means to get lit like a Christmas tree!
In this lesson, we look at Dental Professionals. What are they called in English, and what do they do?
At someone or to someone? Which preposition do we use when we talk about something going towards a person or animal? Do I talk to you or at you?
Altogether or All together? It it one word or two? Find out in my new video!
I look at some confusing pairs of words that look like they might mean the same or similar things. Advanced English vocabulary.
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