Master Essential English Idioms
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Master Essential English Idioms

Explore essential idioms and improve your grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, comprehension, and conversation skills
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Created by Able Lingo
Last updated 4/2020
English
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This course includes
  • 5.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will master English idioms frequently used by native speakers in situations involving relationships, business, and money.
Requirements
  • A desire to improve, have fun, and be more confident using English
  • A positive attitude and a computer, tablet, or smartphone
Description

It's time to dive in deep and REALLY understand essential English idioms. We're not talking about memorizing a huge list and then being unable to actually use the idioms in conversation. Oh, no. We're going to look at each idiom individually, analyze the heck out of it, and guarantee your improvement.

THIS COURSE IS DIVIDED INTO SIX (6) PARTS FOR EACH IDIOM:

  • CONVERSATION - We guide you through multiple conversations using the target idioms. We analyze each conversation and give you other ways to express the same meaning in English.

  • PRONUNCIATION - We improve your pronunciation by practicing at three (3) different speeds. Repeat out loud.

  • DEFINITION - We teach the meaning of the idioms using pictures and detailed explanations. Then, we explore similar and opposite expressions which boost your vocabulary and fluency.

  • USAGE - We explore tips and strategies for using these idioms in different situations. I'll show you how the idioms are used in the past, present, and future tenses.

  • PRACTICE - We use unique pictures to create sentences and conversations using the target idioms. This helps to see the idioms in action and become more comfortable with their use.

  • REVIEW - We test your ability to use and understand these idioms with quiz questions that review what was covered in the course. We explain both the correct and incorrect answers.

TARGET ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • English idioms

  • English pronunciation

  • English conversation

  • English vocabulary

  • Active English grammar

THIS COURSE WILL:

  • Help you master essential English idioms frequently used by native English speakers

  • Improve your English grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, comprehension, and conversation skills

  • Improve your confidence and ability to communicate in English more like a native speaker

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

  • Michael teaches American English. He was born and raised in the United States and speaks with an American accent. Michael is TESOL and TEFL certified. Since 2012, he has successfully taught customized English courses to students from around the world.

  • Michael has graduate and undergraduate degrees in Spanish and Criminal Justice. Prior to living in SE Asia, he was a U.S. Federal Investigator. Before that, Michael was a police officer. He’s fluent in the following languages: English, Spanish, American Sign Language, and Indonesian.

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Improve your English. Become more Valuable.

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Who this course is for:
  • English students who want to speak and communicate more like native English speakers
Course content
Expand all 67 lectures 05:25:36
+ "break up with someone" | Relationships
13 lectures 01:19:47
Conversation Introduction | "break up with someone"
01:27
Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds) | "break up with someone"
01:45
Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions | "break up with someone"
07:22
Conversation Analysis | "break up with someone"
09:14
Usage, Tips, & Strategies | "break up with someone"
07:34
Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences | "break up with someone"
02:12
Practice, Create Idiom Sentences | "break up with someone"
11:05
Practice, Create Idiom Conversations | "break up with someone"
18:04
Review, Question #1 With Explanation | "break up with someone"
02:43
Review, Question #2 With Explanation | "break up with someone"
02:44
Review, Question #3 With Explanation | "break up with someone"
02:46
Review, Question #4 With Explanation | "break up with someone"
04:11
Review, Question #5 With Explanation | "break up with someone"
08:40
+ "cash cow" | Money & Business
13 lectures 44:16
Conversation Introduction | "cash cow"
01:16
Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds) | "cash cow"
01:25
Conversation Analysis | "cash cow"
04:14
Usage, Tips, & Strategies | "cash cow"
02:36
Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English | "cash cow"
02:29
Practice, Create Idiom Sentences | "cash cow"
06:43
Practice, Create Idiom Conversations | "cash cow"
07:26
Review, Question #1 With Explanation | "cash cow"
01:35
Review, Question #2 With Explanation | "cash cow"
02:35
Review, Question #3 With Explanation | "cash cow"
03:05
Review, Question #4 With Explanation | "cash cow"
02:20
Review, Question #5 With Explanation | "cash cow"
04:15
+ "get your hands dirty" | Money & Business
13 lectures 01:16:42
Conversation Introduction | "get your hands dirty"
01:30
Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds) | "get your hands dirty"
01:55
Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions | "get your hands dirty"
13:15
Conversation Analysis | "get your hands dirty"
06:29
Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English | "get your hands dirty"
02:41
Practice, Create Idiom Sentences | "get your hands dirty"
14:06
Practice, Create Idiom Conversations | "get your hands dirty"
08:44
Review, Question #1 With Explanation | "get your hands dirty"
01:31
Review, Question #2 With Explanation | "get your hands dirty"
03:09
Review, Question #3 With Explanation | "get your hands dirty"
03:07
Review, Question #4 With Explanation | "get your hands dirty"
06:01
Review, Question #5 With Explanation | "get your hands dirty"
08:07
+ "go out with someone" | Relationships
13 lectures 56:04
Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds) | "go out with someone"
01:53
Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions | "go out with someone"
04:34
Conversation Analysis | "go out with someone"
05:48
Usage, Tips, & Strategies | "go out with someone"
04:40
Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English | "go out with someone"
02:11
Practice, Create Idiom Sentences | "go out with someone"
08:49
Practice, Create Idiom Conversations | "go out with someone"
08:54
Review, Question #1 With Explanation | "go out with someone"
01:47
Review, Question #2 With Explanation | "go out with someone"
02:23
Review, Question #3 With Explanation | "go out with someone"
01:50
Review, Question #4 With Explanation | "go out with someone"
04:39
Review, Question #5 With Explanation | "go out with someone"
07:07
+ "live beyond your means" | Money & Business
13 lectures 01:06:28
Conversation Introduction | "live beyond your means"
01:24
Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds) | "live beyond your means"
01:50
Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions | "live beyond your means"
08:26
Conversation Analysis | "live beyond your means"
05:49
Usage, Tips, & Strategies | "live beyond your means"
04:49
Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English | "live beyond your means"
02:50
Practice, Create Idiom Sentences | "live beyond your means"
13:25
Practice, Create Idiom Conversations | "live beyond your means"
08:38
Review, Question #1 With Explanation | "live beyond your means"
01:52
Review, Question #2 With Explanation | "live beyond your means"
03:31
Review, Question #3 With Explanation | "live beyond your means"
03:30
Review, Question #4 With Explanation | "live beyond your means"
04:55
Review, Question #5 With Explanation | "live beyond your means"
05:29
+ Conclusion
1 lecture 00:44
Conclusion & Thank You
00:44