Here are some phrases to describe what happens at a traditional American wedding ceremony. Of course, there are people from all different backgrounds living in the U.S., so this doesn't describe all weddings. But this is a very common wedding style that you often see on TV and movies.
Here are some things that you can say to someone who's seriously sick or in a hospital:
- I'm here for you.
- Is there anything I can do to help?
- You're in my prayers.
- I can only imagine what you're going through.
- I hope you feel better soon.
- How do you feel?
- Can I get you anything?
- Are you...
A reader asked about all of the different ways that "get" is used in English. Here are links to dozens of PhraseMix lessons which include the word "get", broken into different categories.
I'm sure I've missed some, so if you think of any other uses of "get" that aren't on these lists, let...
This morning, I woke up early and felt sleepy. It made me think about crawling back in bed. And then I started to think of all the ways that you can describe sleeping, going to sleep, waking up, staying awake, and so on:
Going to sleep
- go to bed
- fall asleep
What's the difference? You "go...
People in Japan use a lot of borrowed English words and phrases. Most of them have the same meaning in Japanese as they do in English. But there are also a lot of "Japanese English" words and phrases which sound like English, but are used differently. Here are some correct English...