VOCABULARY – Red-eye Flight

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This article has great advice! Study while you are at school! Practice while you are on vacation! Spend your school holidays with Language on Vacation and practice speaking English while you see the famous sites of America!

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IDIOMS – right up my alley

RIGHT UP (SOMEONE’S) ALLEY

(idiom) – something someone likes; something someone would be interested in

Example #1:
Friend #1: I love Disney and Harry Potter!
Friend #2: You should book the Orlando tour – it’s right up your alley!

Example #2:
Student: I’ve always wanted to vacation in America, but I also need to improve my English, so Language on Vacation is right up my alley.

Example #3:
Friend #1: We’re always going on hikes or lying on the beach…
Friend #2: … so the Hawaii tour is right up our alley.

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VOCABULARY – doggie bag

DOGGIE BAG

(noun, slang) – food that was ordered in restaurant but taken home to finish eating; food that was not completely eaten at the restaurant and put into a bag or a box to be finished at home or given to the dog.

Example #1:
Waiter:  You still have food on your plate.  Do you want to keep eating here or do you want to take it home to eat?
Customer:  I want to take it home.  Can you please put it in a doggie bag?

Example #2:
Customer #1:  This food is so delicious!  But I can’t eat anymore.
Customer #2:  You should ask the waiter for a doggie bag so you can eat it for lunch tomorrow.

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The portions of food in the United States are huge!  Travel with Language on Vacation and take a doggie bag to your hotel for a midnight snack!

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It takes a lot of work

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It takes a lot of work to build a website.  I have spent the better part of* the last week (and most of the first week of September) to build this website.  There were many changes and adjustments to make this finished product.  It was amazing on how many html tags I remembered from the late 1990’s.  However, I was very thankful for the modern tools that allowed me to build this site with ease.

 

*better part of = most of