English idioms and multisyllabic word stress AUDIO training dialog

Eng­lish Mul­ti­syl­la­blic Word Stress and Idioms- Dia­log AUDIO les­son

Late­ly I’ve been work­ing with cus­tomers who want to improve their IELTS score. Mas­ter­ing stress in mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words and use of Eng­lish idioms are impor­tant to include in your Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion prac­tise. Of course, these are impor­tant for any­one want­i­ng to improve their speech clar­i­ty, not just those work­ing towards a bet­ter IELTS score. Eng­lish Mul­ti­syl­lab­ic Stress and Eng­lish Idioms …

Cool Food Idioms You Can Find IN Your Fridge.

Cool Food Idioms You Can Find In Your Fridge

I recent­ly shared a post by Ana­lyt­i­cal Grammar/ Gram­mar Planet’s post, about all the food idioms you can find just by look­ing in the fridge!  I’ll put the link in at the end of this post, as it’s a cool image as well. In the mean­time, what I thought would be fun would be to take 7 of the most …

Pro­nounce 5 Eng­lish Idioms Cor­rect­ly

VIDEO: Learn How To Pro­nounce 5 Eng­lish Idioms Cor­rect­ly Hi, it’s Esther from Speak More Clear­ly It can be embar­rass­ing if you don’t know how to pro­nounce some com­mon Eng­lish idioms, or you don’t know what they mean, so let’s prac­tise 5 of them togeth­er. The first Eng­lish idiom is: Be glad to see the back of – this means …