Learn English Phrases & Idioms through Real Life Situations

Learn English Phrases & Idioms through Real Life Situations

The lesson will introduce English learners to the common phrases and idioms through stories. The video will both entertain and enlighten students while providing exposure to how each idiom can be used in a variety of contexts.

Each story has 10 idioms and phrases. The definitions may explain the idiom in simple terms or use synonyms or other idioms to build a student’s understanding of the meaning underlying each idiom.

For example:

  1. come across = find by chance
  2. dress up = wear fancy clothes for a special occasion
  3. fall asleep = go to sleep
  4. fill out = write all of the information needed on a form or application
  5. in retrospect = looking back at the past
  6. on the whole = in general; all things considered
  7. set out = leave; begin a journey
  8. wait on = serve someone in a restaurant

You will learn these idioms, phrases through a story, it will help you learn better

Topic 1: Looking for a Job in Florida | Real Life Situations

Topic 2: A New Cell Phone | Real Life Situations

Topic 3: Get lost

Topic 4: A gift from boyfriend

Topic 5. A new apartment.

Topic 6. School reunion party

Topic 7. Mother’s lesson

Topic 8….

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