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Welcome to my DailyStep Audio Blog

Jane Lawson English Teacher in LondonHere you can find 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! I hope you enjoy my blogs, and if you have any questions at all, please do email me at jane@dailystep.com.

4/2/2020

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.

28/1/2020

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!

14/1/2020

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.

30/12/2019

Can you use these 5 English idioms and proverbs for the New Year? Take the QUIZ then Audio Lesson.

19/11/2019

Learn how to describe, compare and contrast these pictures at different levels - beginner to advanced Perfect for improving your IELTS and other exam scores.

6/11/2019

This FREE QUIZ and AUDIO LESSON will make sure you can understand and use the 5 great idioms with their origins in the sport of boxing.

23/10/2019

When you listen to English, what do you hear? Here's some practical advice on how to improve your comprehension of fast English speech. It will help you join a conversation and also make your spoken English sound much more natural.

15/10/2019

This free dictation exercise is taken from a DailyStep Level 3 lesson. Please write EXACTLY what you hear. for both the UK and USA accents.

8/10/2019

Practise for your IELTS Speaking Test with this sample answer about a toy, with key phrases highlighted so you can apply them to your own answer.

23/7/2019

This free dictation exercise is taken from a DailyStep Level 4 lesson. Please write EXACTLY what you hear. for both the UK and USA accents.

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