Idiom Attack 1: Responsibilities  &  Routines – Flashcards for Everyday Living vol. 2.  Peter Liptak

Idiom Attack 1: Responsibilities & Routines – Flashcards for Everyday Living vol. 2

By Peter Liptak

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You know you ’re going native when the friendships and the routines begin to settle in. Now that you have a core group of people around you, what are you going to do now? Well, like the social butterfly that you are, you ’ll want to get together with friends and family and...maybe even meet that special someone. Have no fear, included here is everything you will need: 55+ flash cards to learn useful idioms fast Choose how you learn: with pictures, defintions, sentences, or audio Mp3 audio download of all the idioms, meanings and sample sentences for pronunciation practice Colorful animated images to create your story Testing materials - fill in the blank, crosswords, word lists, etc. Connection to other great resources by Idiom Attack Why idioms? (Idioms include - essential idioms, native expressions, phrasal verbs, common sayings, figures of speech, and colloquialisms) Idiomatic expressions are COLORFUL groups of words that paint pictures in our minds of a meaning unrelated to the individual words. Because the combination of words will seem peculiar to non-native speakers, it is often quite difficult for them to learn idioms. They decorate the daily conversations of native English speakers in various ways. So if your goal is to conquer English, you must conquer idioms first (before they get you). Broaden your social circle and take your interpersonal relationships to the next level! From friends to family to prospective lovers, Idiom Attack is here to help you navigate those tricky parts of speech (minus the relationship advice, of course!) Idiom Attack has developed these flashcards with your busy schedule in mind. We understand that you have a job, work, kids, or other school work to worry about and we want to make learning something new painless. When life catches up to you, just put the cards back in the box and continue with your day. They will be there when you need them next. Be prepared with the finest tools to respond in common yet creative ways. Be fluent in American English and never feel out of place again! Finally, you won ’t have to worry about fitting in or not know what to say. TLDR - Learn idioms through visualization, find context, try to translate, find a key word, be creative, have fun, guess, keep your ears open, listen for tone of voice, just listen (speaking will come later), learn by topic, and learn through audio, images, & amp; animation .

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