Have you ever asked yourself: What makes native speakers sound so...native?

Lots of English learners know a good level of English, but they don't sound natural.

They know lots of grammar. They have passed English exams. They have studied pronunciation and vocabulary.

So why is it that when they speak, they don't sound natural?

The answer:


Seriously, this will blow your mind, and transform your English:

Collocations are word combinations that simply sound just right to native speakers.

They are two or more words that are often found together and sound correct.

This is a really important point - there may be other words available that will make sense, but collocations are the word combinations that sound truly perfect in the mind of a native speaker.

Look at this example:

  • He lost his job due to a budget cut.
  • He lost his job due to a budget reduction.

Both budget cut and budget reduction make sense, but only budget cut sounds really natural.

Now, I have some bad news, and some good news. I think we'll start with the bad news, to get it out of the way:

There are LOADS of collocations, and you have to learn them one by one. Many students have no structure to their learning, and end up studying them inefficiently, in a boring way. This means that they make little progress, and lose motivation

Are you ready for the good news?

I absolutely love teaching collocations. I really do. And when a teacher enjoys teaching, students learn more!

Are you ready for more good news?

I am your teacher Lucy, and I will teach you over 200 collocations in 30 days.

I am passionate about teaching my students to speak real English.

I will train you to sound natural.

I will train you to use the words and phrases that native speakers genuinely use.

My challenge will teach you over 200 collocations in just 1 month. Thats 5-10 PER DAY, with a great memory method, and lots of exercises to test your learning and boost vocabulary retention.

10 Real-Life Topics

We will cover 10 interesting topics - food, transport, people etc. Each topic lasts 3 days. You will get a daily short text containing 5-10 collocations, plus a discussion of their usage and meanings.

30 Daily Videos

Lucy discusses all of the collocations in her daily videos. She reads the text, so you will learn pronunciation too. Each day has a new video with 5-10 collocations in context.

15 Exercises Every Day

Each day you will have 15 exercises to complete. I will test you on the day's vocabulary, plus the collocations you have learnt in previous days. This will help your memory and retention!

Here is how the challenge works:

  • Each day, you will receive your daily lesson from me, Lucy. The lessons are released at midnight, and I will remind you via email.
  • Each lesson will take around 15 minutes of time.
  • Each daily lesson consists of:
  • A text with 5-10 collocations in context
  • Written information on all of the collocations.
  • Lucy's video lesson. I read the text, and discuss the collocations.
  • 15 exercises to test your understanding and help you to retain your knowledge - thats 450 in total!
  • In the 30 day challenge we cover collocations in 10 real-life topics:
  1. Daily Life
  2. Homes
  3. People
  4. Social Life
  5. Shopping
  6. Nature
  7. Food
  8. Travel
  9. Transportation
  10. Health
  • Each real-life topic lasts for 3 days, and each day you will learn 5-10 collocations.

I have done everything for you, all you need to do is attend each day! It's all ready for you!

Are you ready to join?

Just remember these 4 points:

  1. The challenge starts when you sign up but you have lifetime access to the course content.
  2. You get 1 lesson each day, for 30 days.
  3. You need to dedicate 15 minutes per day.

The cost of this challenge is $99 + your country's tax

What are you waiting for? Sign up to The Collocations Challenge now!