FULL English Class 04 | Learn Words, Expressions, Phrasal Verbs, Thought Organization, & More

In today’s lesson, you will learn how to use: coherent, speaking of, add fuel to the fire, and bring up. This lesson will help you speak English like a native English speaker.


 

Vocabulary Word: Coherent

Definition: Logical and consistent; united as or forming a whole

  1. “He didn’t write a coherent essay.”
  2. “The president has not presented a coherent plan for dealing with this problem.”
  3. “She can speak coherently about politics.”

Expression: Speaking of

Definition: Starting a new topic but linking it to the current one

  1. “Speaking of money, have you paid your credit card bill yet?”
  2. “Speaking of your mother, how has she been?”
  3. “Speaking of Michael, where is he these days?”

English Idiom: Add fuel to the fire

Definition: Merely doing or saying something that makes the current situation worse

  1. “I didn’t say anything, because I didn’t want to add fuel to the fire.”
  2. “John only added fuel to the fire when he made that comment.”
  3. “My sister kept talking, which just added fuel to the fire.”

Phrasal Verb: Bring up

Definition: To start discussing a subject

  1. “She brought the matter up very late, so they didn’t have time to discuss it properly.”
  2. “When the student brought up a problem he was having, the teacher was happy to help him.”
  3. “Her husband asked her not to bring up the issue again.”
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Magali kleber
Magali kleber
1 year ago

Wonderful proposal and contend organization!! I love Teacher Tiffani!!

Rushsatsumugabo Éric
Rushsatsumugabo Éric
1 year ago

My teacher teach me coherently so that i impprove my english

Herrry Gandeguai
Herrry Gandeguai
1 year ago

I am so glad to have an English with you as guide of English. I hope it will be my journey to get the English of mine. thank you so muuch!

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