Tell me, is this you? Is this how you are feeling?
❌ You know you need to learn idioms in order to improve your English skills and understand native speakers.
❌ You find it hard to learn idioms because there are so many and their meanings aren't always obvious!
❌ You find it difficult to have to motivation to learn new idioms every day.
❌ You know what you should be doing, but you need help to really achieve your goal!
I have created a solution for you.
It is called 365 Days of Idioms and it is an email-based mini-course that delivers you a daily idiom and exercise.
Idioms are an integral part of the English language. An idiom is an expression, word, or phrase that cannot be translated literally into your own language.
This makes them really confusing for learners of English. This mini course is going to help you with that!
Starting from today, you will receive:
✅ a daily email from me with a common idiom
✅ the definition of the idiom
✅ an example sentence with the idiom in use
✅ an exercise question
✅ the answer to the exercise question on the next email (the following day.)
This will really help you to retain what you learn!
Every day you'll have a new idiom to think about and practise with! You'll also be able to go back and review what you've learnt each month.
In 1 year's time, you'll have grasped a huge number of idioms.
I always find that smaller, daily tasks invoke massive linguistic changes, with minimal effort.
Learning English is a marathon, not a sprint!