5 MORE ENGLISH EXPRESSIONS YOU MUST KNOW

In this lesson, you will learn 5 English expressions you must know. These English expressions are used by native English speakers and will help you speak English more fluently.

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ENGLISH EXPRESSION #1

English Expression: To lose track of…

Meaning: “To fail to stay fully aware or informed about”

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. I lose track of my wallet all the time.
  2. I lost track of time, and before I knew it, it was 1am.
  3. I keep my important documents in a safe, so I don’t lose track of them.

ENGLISH EXPRESSION #2

English Expression: To have a taste for…

Meaning: “To acquire a preference for something”

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. She has a taste for more power, now that she has become the head manager.
  2. I have a taste for cold drinks on hot days.
  3. I have a taste for traveling first class.

ENGLISH EXPRESSION #3

English Expression: To sort out…

Meaning: “To resolve a problem”

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. I need to sort out my finances.
  2. Philip needs to sort out his travel plans before it’s too late.
  3. She left the country without sorting out her responsibilities.

ENGLISH EXPRESSION #4

English Expression: Behind somebody’s back…

Meaning: “Without a person’s knowledge (in a dishonorable way)”

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. Dennis went behind Bridget’s back and texted his ex-girlfriend.
  2. In the future, please don’t go behind my back.
  3. Claire went behind Amy’s back and spoke to HR directly.

ENGLISH EXPRESSION #5

English Expression: To look up to somebody

Meaning: “To admire and respect someone”

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. Kai looks up to his older brother Noah.
  2. The other teachers really look up to her.
  3. I tend to look up to successful people.
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