Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of the Day – 15 January 2018

By | January 30, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Fall for (1)
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If you fall for something like a trick or a scam, you believe it’s real or genuine even though it’s not.

✔️ For example:
▪️ Fall for sth Don’t fall for email scams which promise to make you a lot of money.
▪️ Fall for sth Lots of people fell for our April Fool’s joke when we claimed that the UN was going to ban all languages except for English.



Idiom of the Day
Give someone a hard time
✔️ Meaning:
▪️ If you give someone a hard time, you bother them or make trouble for them.

✔️ For example:
▪️ Some of the boys at Kenny’s school started giving him a hard time and then said they wouldn’t stop unless he gave them money every day.
▪️ My wife’s been giving me a hard time ever since I forgot our anniversary.



Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Believe in, not to.
❌ Don’t say: We believe to God.
✔️ Say: We believe in God.

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