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“Ring a bell” means “something that sounds familiar to you”. Example: The name of the restaurant rings a bell but I’m not sure if I’ve actually been there.

“Ring a bell” means “something that sounds familiar to you”. Example: The name of the restaurant rings a bell but I’m not sure if I’ve actually been there.

“Compare apples to oranges” means “to compare things which are completely different”. Example: Comparing the average wages of workers and managers is like trying to compare apples and oranges.

“Compare apples to oranges” means “to compare things which are completely different”. Example: Comparing the average wages of workers and managers is like trying to compare apples and oranges.

“Tell on someone” means “to report someone’s bad behavior”.  Example: Stop hitting me or I’m telling mom on you.

“Tell on someone” means “to report someone’s bad behavior”. Example: Stop hitting me or I’m telling mom on you.

We’re fans of Grammar.net infographics and share a lot of them on Ebook Friendly. This time, the image shown below is not really the infographic, but in a visually attractive way it lists most important tips to improve English grammar. They’ll help not only when you write a college essay …

We’re fans of Grammar.net infographics and share a lot of them on Ebook Friendly. This time, the image shown below is not really the infographic, but in a visually attractive way it lists most important tips to improve English grammar. They’ll help not only when you write a college essay …

Helena Glazer’s outfit is one of elegant ease. White jeans from Paige, warm camel blazer from J. Crew, brown lace up shoes from Aquazzura and the bag is from Pietro

Helena Glazer’s outfit is one of elegant ease. White jeans from Paige, warm camel blazer from J. Crew, brown lace up shoes from Aquazzura and the bag is from Pietro