A small gift for you!


Hey there,

Welcome back to your home ‘Your English Vocabulary’- The place for every English learner who has struggled a lot in their English skills and want to improve their spoken English and vocabulary.

Context: It’s not that I was in no mood to write any blog post anymore but the reason why I didn’t write any post was that I was a bit under the weather and extremely disturbed due to some personal issues which I feel ill at ease to talk about in a public blog post. I got about 100 emails in just seven to eight days of people asking me whether I am doing okay and the reason of my absence recently.

Guys lemme tell you something that you might not be knowing. You literally mean the world to me and I say this from my real heart core. Though I won’t promise that I will be posting regularly down the line, you can definitely rest assured that you will learn a lot by the end of this year and that I can promise.

In no mood to – not want to something.
Under the weather – not well.
Feel ill at ease – uncomfortable.
Mean the world to me – invaluable, so precious.
Real heart core – from deep down inside of my heart.
Down the line – in the future.
Rest assured – not to worry about something anymore.

• John is in no mood to go back to office anymore.
• The athlete was a bit under the weather, hence he left the series.
• Most of us feel ill at ease to completely express ourselves in front of anyone.
• His wife Gracy means the world to him that he cannot even live a day without her.
• I really love you all form my real heart core.
• Let’s see how our project goes down the line.
• You can definitely rest assured with our hotel services.

I could write about a single idiom, phrasal verb or collocation today but as you know I was absent for about few days so I tried to compensate in this blog post by not beating around the bush about any issues or any email queries rather giving you a bunch of these useful daily used English idioms which will definitely add a value to your vocabulary.


I used an extra idiom.

Don’t know what it means? Don’t you worry when I am here.

It simply means to avoid getting on the point (I used it in the context above, so don’t say now that I didn’t give any examples(ha-ha). Just kidding, keep sending your emails. I just love reading those.)

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