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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.

6/3/2019

Try a Free Intermediate Level 3 Business English Audio Lesson.

27/2/2019

How can you describe an area of countryside that you know and like? Practise for your IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 in this free video lesson, plus transcript with key phrases highlighted. and interactive exercise

14/2/2019

Can you use Second, Third and Mixed Conditionals properly? And what are the common pronunciation and grammar problems with these structures? Learn more here, with this FREE QUIZ and Audio Lesson

30/1/2019

How many different conjunctions can you use instead of IF in Zero and First Conditional clauses? What is the difference between PROVIDING and AS LONG AS in conditional clauses? Learn more here!

16/1/2019

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

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.

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!

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