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Every person in the world once in a life time finds himself or herself in the position to need a tool to communicate with others in a foreign language. The purpose of this Blossary is to make it easier for the non – native English speakers to communicate with other people in the proper manner. Essential English Idioms – Elementary level is the list of the basic English idioms with the examples of their use in everyday communication.

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To start or cause to function. This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. Example: Please, turn on the light. It's too dark in here. Can you ...

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To cause to stop functioning. Also: "to switch off", "to shut off". This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. Examples: ...

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To remove (usually said of clothes). This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. Examples: Mary took off her jacket as she entered the ...

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To start or cause to function, the same as "to turn on". This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. Example: Switch the light on, ...

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To place on oneself (usually said of clothes). This idiom is separable - the noun or the noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. Examples: He put on his coat and went out. Put ...

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To lift from the floor, table, etc., with one's fingers. This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the particle. John picked up the newspaper that was on ...

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To telephone, to call someone, to call someone up. This idiom is separable, a noun or a noun phrase is placed between the verb and the particle. Example: I promise to give you a call as soon as I ...

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