Binomials

Binomials

Binomials are expressions with two words joined by a conjunction. They can be used to describe things literally or figuratively. Here are 10 of the most common binomial expressions used in English. All in all Meaning: To look at every aspect of something. All in all, we were very lucky with the weather on...
More binomials

More binomials

Let’s learn some more binomial pairs used in English. You may hear these used in everyday speech and writing. Try and use them yourself!   Give or take Meaning: Approximately. Numbers or quantities that are not exact. There must...
Even more binomials

Even more binomials

There are many binomial pairs in the English language! Remember, binomial pairs are expressions with two words joined by a conjunction. You can find a link to other articles on binomials at the bottom...
Binomial expressions

Binomial expressions

You can improve your everyday English, step by step, with these binomial expressions. Spick-and-span Meaning: Clean and tidy. I tidied the living room and mopped the floors. It’s all spick-and-span, ready for visitors.    Step by step Meaning: To progress gradually, one...

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