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Welcome to our DailyStep Audio Blog

Jane Lawson English Teacher in LondonWe regularly create exciting new pages with audio lessons, practice for exams such as IELTS, audio proverbs, picture and video lessons - and you can find out which subjects are coming soon in the DailyStep subscriber audio lessons! Jane and Brendan hope you enjoy the blogs, and if you have any questions at all, please do email me at jane@dailystep.com.

3/7/2020

Can you talk about these topics in English? Listen to FREE AUDIO PREVIEWS of all the topics in DailyStep Subscriber Audio Lessons, for the week beginning Monday, 6 July 2020. You can join any time in the week to get all 5 lessons at your chosen level(s).

16/6/2020

SHALL or WILL? Learn the difference between WILL and SHALL, and also other uses of SHALL, such as how to make suggestions and use SHALL in a legal context.

13/5/2020

With this free QUIZ and AUDIO LESSON, you will learn how to use auxiliary verbs HAVE, DO and BE, for questions, negatives ad short answers - including some advanced ways to use them.

5/5/2020

What is the difference between AS IF, AS EVER, AS THOUGH and AS OF in English? And how can you tell the between AS IF as a conjunction and "AS IF!" as an exclamation? In this free audio lesson, you will learn how to use these English expressions with AS correctly and how to avoid common mistakes with AS

22/4/2020

Try this easy and fun exercise to improve your speech rhythm and word linking.

14/4/2020

Do you want to use more advanced English when you speak and write? This simple, 100% free technique will help you to raise your English level of grammar and vocabulary, and become more fluent in English as well. You'll find it difficult at first but it will get easier I promise. It's another ideal way to study English at home.

7/4/2020

Please try this simple and 100% free method - it will help you to think in English, speak English easily and find the right word at the right time. It's all about getting the words from your brain to your mouth - at the right time and at the right speed. You'll find it difficult at first but it will get easier I promise. It's an ideal method for Lockdown Learning!

10/3/2020

How does the meaning of REMEMBER and FORGET change if they are followed by the GERUND or INFINITIVE? Take this Free Quiz and Audio Lesson to make sure you understand the difference and avoid common mistakes.

3/3/2020

What is your favourite film? Practise for your IELTS Speaking Exam Part 2 on the topic "Describe Your Favourite Movie". Key phrases are highlighted so you can use them later in your own answer. Remember to speak along with the audio for pronunciation practice.

25/2/2020

Learn an easy way to improve your pronunciation, sound more natural and also understand native English speakers much better. The Linking R sound is an essential part of English pronunciation.

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