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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.

14/11/2018

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

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!

19/9/2018

In this free IELTS Audio Lesson, you will learn how to describe the weather and how it makes you feel. There is also an Audio Vocabulary Exercise so you can learn how to rephrase the important language.

5/9/2018

Make sure you know all the meanings of English modal verb MUST - including how to use it as a noun!

28/8/2018

Agree ON, TO, WITH? They are all correct. Take this QUIZ and Audio Lesson to see how well you know all 10 different meanings of the verb AGREE - then learn them now and advance your English!

22/8/2018

In this crazy world, here is a peaceful video lesson. In this free video English lesson, you will learn how to describe reflections and how they make you feel. Listen and repeat - take one step every day on your road to better English.

14/8/2018

Learn to avoid common mistakes with BY and UNTIL with this QUIZ and Audio Lesson.

12/6/2018

Try this free interactive English vocabulary exercise to test your English on the topic of bees.

5/6/2018

In this free video English lesson, you’ll learn how to describe bees, how they behave on flowers and at their hive, and also the noise they make. Listen and repeat - take one step every day on your road to better English.

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