English Grammar - What is an "armchair critic"

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The middle of nowhere

“The middle of nowhere” is a remote and isolated place. Example: The hotel I booked was in the middle of nowhere so it was nice and quiet.

There are plenty of fish in the sea #English

“There are plenty of fish in the sea” means “there are lots of possible girlfriends or boyfriends in the world”. Example: Mary was not a good wife. There are plenty of fish in the sea. Learning English can be fun!

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"Boozehound" is someone who drinks a lot of alcohol. Example: Tom is quite a boozehound - he has half a bottle of whiskey for lunch!

"Live down": to overcome the shame or embarrassment of something

"Live down" means "to overcome the shame or embarrassment of something". Example: He'll never live down the embarrassment of losing his pants in front of all his guests.

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