Welcome to our DailyStep Audio Blog | DailyStep

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.

12/12/2018

Take this QUIZ and Audio Lesson to avoid common mistakes with BE USED TO, GET USED TO and USED TO. Plus, listen to free audio previews of current DailyStep Subscriber Lessons.

9/12/2018

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, 10 December 2018.

28/11/2018

In this free video English lesson, you will learn how to explain the process of putting up a shelf. It will help you to explain any process, and you will also learn some useful vocabulary and DIY skills.

21/11/2018

Do you know these 5 great music-related idioms? Take this quiz and audio lesson to find out!

14/11/2018

Learn the difference (and similarity) between the English phrasal verbs GET OVER IT and GET IT OVER.

7/11/2018

Take this FREE QUIZ and Audio Lesson to learn these 5 cooking idioms, then the second WRITING QUIZ to make sure you can use these idioms correctly!

24/10/2018

Do you know these 5 great weather idioms. Take the quiz, then the audio lesson, then a writing quiz to make sure you can use them properly. With free PDF download.

16/10/2018

What is the difference between SAY and TELL in English? Do we SAY SOMEONE SOMETHING or SAY SOMETHING TO SOMEONE? Learn how to use SAY and TELL correctly in this free Audio Blog with 2 Free Quizzes!

9/10/2018

What is the difference between STOP TO DRINK and STOP DRINKING? And can we ever say STOP DRINK? Take this Free Quiz and Audio Lesson to learn how to avoid mistakes when using the verb STOP.

25/9/2018

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.

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