Hello there. At Britlish, we encourage students to keep their chin up while improving their English skills in the Britlish Library and we’d like to invite you to enjoy a new British English lesson in the Britlish Library today.
This new lesson teaches you 7 common British English idiomatic expressions which use the words cheek, chest, and chin.
The 7 British English idiomatic expressions are, turn the other cheek, tongue in cheek, cheek by jowl, get something off your chest, keep something close to your chest, take it on the chin, and keep your chin up.
If you don’t know what these common English idioms mean, you don’t need to take it on the chin, but can instead master them by visiting the Britlish Library today at Britlish.com.
When we say that all the lessons in the Britlish Library are free, it’s not said tongue in cheek. Everything you need to improve your English skills really is yours for free in the Britlish Library.
Don’t keep this close to your chest, but tell everyone about the hundreds of free, multimedia-rich, interactive English lessons available in the Britlish Library.
You can find a direct link to the cheek, chest, and chin idioms lesson below.
There are hundreds of British English Lessons in the Britlish Library free for you to use at https://britlish.com
Created by an experienced British English teacher, the lessons in the Britlish Library will help you improve all areas of your English skills from writing and speaking, to listening and reading. The British English lessons in the Britlish Library are full of multimedia content in the form of videos, audio files, animations, and engaging image files. This multimedia content makes learning British English much more fun and engaging than simply reading text in a book.
Unlike the video English lessons on the Britlish YouTube channel, the British English lessons in the Britlish Library at https://britlish.com
help you to activate your English skills by giving you plenty of interactive exercises to help you learn, remember, and use the language you acquire.
New British English lessons are regularly added to the Britlish Library so there is always something new to learn. The lessons are categorised in the Britlish library at https://britlish.com
into the following categories: English in use lessons, exams and tests lessons, grammar lessons, humour lessons, idioms lessons, information lessons, literature lessons, phrasal verbs lessons, Sounds British pronunciation lessons, spelling lessons, vocabulary lessons, writing lessons, Sounds Rude lessons, and more.
There is a complete British English pronunciation course in the Britlish Library at https://britlish.com
which will teach you all you need to know about the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) and the 44 IPA sounds and symbols of British English pronunciation. Most importantly, all of the lessons in the Britlish Library are free to use for everyone.
There is a vocabulary memorisation system developed to make sure you never forget any new English vocabulary. The system is cloud-based and works on any device. Another great service is the most common vocabulary memoriser which will help you to learn, remember, and use more than 4,000 of the most commonly used British English words. Master these 4,000+ vocabulary items and you will be able to understand 90% of British English whether spoken or written. This service is also free to use.
If you want to take your English to the next level, visit the Britlish Library at https://britlish.com