Colours

Do these exercises to learn the names of colours. What's your favourite colour?

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Task 3

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Submitted by DzhusAngela on Thu, 11/01/2024 - 11:25

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Me favorite color is white,because I emagin this color as like clean paper and I can creat what I want

Submitted by reza-3x on Sun, 19/11/2023 - 13:23

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My favorite color is black and white.

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Submitted by oyo on Thu, 12/10/2023 - 12:44

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my fave colour is black

Submitted by DoraX on Mon, 02/10/2023 - 15:47

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Hello LearnEnglish team,
Are the phrases "out of the blue" and "a bolt from the blue" used with the same meaning, for something unexpected either good or bad? Or "a bolt from the blue" is used mainly when some unexpected bad news is received?

Hello DoraX,

I'm afraid I'm not very familiar with the idiom 'a bolt from the blue', but as far as I can tell, it is similar to 'out of the blue' in that it speaks of something unexpected, but different in that it refers to something important or unusual (whereas ordinary things can occur 'out of the blue'). If you follow the links, you can see some examples.

All the best,
Kirk
LearnEnglish team

Submitted by kenan.zero on Sun, 01/10/2023 - 06:50

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My favorite color is green.

Submitted by DoraX on Sat, 16/09/2023 - 13:45

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Hello LearnEnglish Team,
Is the idiom "browned off" an old fashioned one or is still used by many?

Hello DoraX,

I think it is a little old-fashioned but you can still hear it from time to time. It's found in British English rather than US English.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team