Tag: English

Idiom – Gild the Lily

English Idiom – Gild the Lily Meaning – To improve something unnecessarily. To further decorate something that already looks perfect. Attempt to improve something beautiful and therefore spoil it. To…

Lesson – Your or You’re

Many people are confused by when to use you’re or your. This is such a common confusion that many native English speakers also get confused. Here are the simple rules to…

Lesson – Maybe or May Be?

When spoken, maybe and may be sound exactly the same, however when written they have 2 different meanings. Let’s take a look at the different meanings. Maybe Maybe is an adverb. It…

Top 10 Animal Idioms

Here at Funky English we love to share our favourite idioms with you. In this article we’ll list our Top 10 English Animal Idioms! Which one do you…