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#02 What idioms should I learn to improve my English?

27 January 2022

Hi! 

I’ve recently read this question in a facebook group chat: 

Can you recommend a place where I can learn idioms?

And that question was a red flag to me! By the way, that’s a nice idiom. 💜

This post thread, however, inspired me to tell you a couple of things about idioms.

Are you ready?

Great!

But before you play the podcast, quiz yourself on some expressions!

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Idioms with Agata's Way™

Your time is limited! Hurry up 😎

The number of attempts remaining is 10

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Fill in the gap. Your brain literally shuts down ___ the sight of them.

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Which one is correct?

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Don't be a stranger! = Don't act weirdly!

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Roger gives me that look and he goes: "..." = Roger checks me out and quickly walks away. 

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Which one is correct?

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We both cracked ___.  = We both burst into laugh.

Your score is

The average score is 29%

I did this awesome quiz on English phrases!

Have a try too!

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So, how did it go? Share your score in the comment section below.

Now it's time to dive into the podcast. 😎 ⬇️

So, what are your insights about learning English idioms? Please share your thoughts below. I would love to hear from you!

In the meantime, check out one of my favorite WAYS to learn English idioms, phrases, and language as such. Check how you can find useful expressions and have fun exploring real English!

The sources: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ⬇️

So, did you enjoy the quizzes? 😎

I hope you did! My students are literally addicted to them.

Anyway, I'm going to tell you more about how to effectively learn idioms and phrases on your own in further episodes.

Meanwhile, you can find more resources in my courses or my newsletter.

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All the best,

Agata 💜

📌 PS How can you work with my podcasts?
✔️ Look up key expressions* in an interactive quiz in a blog post.
✔️ Listen to the podcast.
✔️ Go back to the blog post and do another interactive quiz to review the expressions.
✔️ Sign up for more Agata’s Way To Grow™ Newsletter to receive more interactive resources for each episode.

*Learn only expressions. Single words are useless in most cases.

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