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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.

16/2/2012

On the 200th anniversary of his birth, we explore the life and works of the famous novelist Charles Dickens. Plus, learn the difference between LIVE, LIFE and LIVE

5/1/2012

Jane thinks about her personal goals for the year ahead. Plus a useful word study on the various meanings of REALLY

19/12/2011

Hear about a typical family Christmas in the UK, when we give and receive presents and eat special food. Plus, learn more meanings of the word JUST

10/11/2011

Jane talks about the protests across Europe, such as the one outside the London Stock Exchange. Plus, the second part of our audio word study of MIGHT

31/8/2011

Hear how West London comes alive each year with the biggest street festival in Europe. Also, learn the differences between SPEAK and TALK in our audio word study

9/6/2011

Jane visits a beautiful part of the UK where many people speak Welsh rather than English. Plus, how to use EVEN, and the difference between IF and EVEN IF.

6/5/2011

Jane describes the biggest event to take place in London for many years - what do British people think about it? Plus, how to use WOULD (part 4)

19/4/2011

Now that spring has arrived, Jane tells you about the beautiful countryside of Cumbria that forms Britain's largest national park. Plus, how to use WOULD (part 3)

31/3/2011

Hear about how last week a quarter of a million people took to the streets to protest against spending cuts. Plus, how to use WOULD (part 2)

15/3/2011

Jane explains why we have the different names to describe the nations and political states of the British Isles. Plus how to use the modal verb WOULD (part 1)

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