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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.

4/4/2021

Hello, I'm Jane Lawson, and welcome to my website, DailyStep English. I've made a short video here to say hello, and to give you some information about how to use DailyStep English. If you have any questions at all, you can reach me at jane@dailystep.com.

23/3/2021

Learn an easy way to improve your pronunciation, sound more natural and also understand native English speakers much better. The Linking R sound is an essential part of English pronunciation.

9/3/2021

With this free English writing quiz, you can test your knowledge of how to use verbs in conditional clauses. Then check your answers and follow the free study links.

16/2/2021

Please try this free English preposition writing quiz and lesson. Can you write these sentences correctly? English prepositions are little words such as AT, OF, WITH and so on. Please write the correct preposition in each space.

9/2/2021

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!

2/2/2021

In this free IELTS lesson, you can practise for your IELTS Speaking Exam part 2 on the topic "Describe A Book You Have Recently Read ". Key phrases are highlighted, and if you are a DailyStep English Subscriber, you can also listen to the lesson.

25/1/2021

Learn how to describe your hometown in English. Practise for your IELTS Speaking Test with this sample answer, with key phrases highlighted.

24/1/2021

Please try this free English writing quiz to test whether you can use GET USED TO, BE USED TO and USED TO correctly. This includes study links to a free DailyStep English lesson on this topic so you can learn it first if you need to do so.

19/1/2021

When is it correct to use the Past Simple and the Present Perfect Simple verb tenses? Please try this Free DailyStep English Verb Quiz to check your understanding. Then follow the Study Links to make sure you understand these verb tenses.

14/1/2021

How many ways do you know to use the PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE tense in English? In this lesson, you can learn ALL the ways to use the Present Perfect Simple tense - from INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED USES!
There is also a FREE QUIZ to test your understanding, and if you are a DailyStep Subscriber, you can log in to listen to this lesson.

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