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Learn about Groundhog Day, and add some new vocabulary along the way!
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How much is the lion's share?
What's monkey business?
Learn ten more idiomatic expressions related to animals:
http://mlsinc.ca/blog/english/animal-idiom-part-2/
Idiomatic expressions are usually difficult to translate. As a result, when learning a new language it is best to learn the overall meaning of these phrases, rather than trying to identify the significance of each individual word. The following idiomatic expressions all contain animals.
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Do you know what it means "to let the cat out of the bag"?
How about "to quit cold turkey"?
Find out here: http://mlsinc.ca/blog/english/animal-idiom-part-1/
Idiomatic expressions are usually difficult to translate. As a result, when learning a new language it is best to learn the overall meaning of these phrases, rather than trying to identify the significance of each individual word. The following idiomatic expressions all contain animals.
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What's a harvest? How about a rake? Learn your autumn vocabulary here: http://mlsinc.ca/blog/english/autumn-vocabulary/
In Canada, we have four distinct seasons. Our famous winter, which we have written about before; spring, with it's lovely blooming flowers; summer, with it's long days and cool evenings; and finally autumn, also known as fall. Here, we look at the vocabulary needed to describe the autumn.
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Yogi Berra said "a nickel ain't worth a dime anymore." Any idea what this means? Find out here: http://mlsinc.ca/blog/english/yogi-berra-quotes/
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Do you see the game, or watch the game? Did you see Tom Cruise at the bank, or look him? Will you look at a magazine in the dentist's office, or watch it? These questions, for most students of English, are not easy to answer. Here, we take a quick look at a few rules which will help to ...
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Développement personnel pour un succès bilingue. Personal development for bilingual success.
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MLS: 30 ans d’expérience dans l’enseignement des langues

MLS offre de la formation linguistique efficace et dynamique aux adultes et gens d’affaires du Canada et de partout à travers le monde tant en anglais, en français qu’en langues étrangères.

MLS propose des programmes hautement structurés et constamment mis à jour afin d’aider les étudiants à mieux maîtriser la langue étudié.

Les cours sont préparés avec soin pour permettre aux étudiants d’acquérir une réelle confiance à l’oral ainsi que des aptitudes de communciation qui leur seront utiles dans un milieu professionnel, académique ou général.

MLS: 30 years of language teaching

MLS has experience training business people, government employees as well as students from all over the world in English, French and foreign languages.

MLS delivers highly structured programs designed to acquire a solid grasp of the target language. Courses are rigorous and challenging to help students achieve maximum results.

The courses are designed for building linguistic confidence and effective communication skills for general, academic or professional purposes.
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