In today’s episode we give you the secrets to success for self-study! We know that not everyone can study with a teacher, or be with a teacher all the time, so we give you our top 5 tips for effective self-study. This is great to supplement your current study routine, or for teachers to provide additional learning opportunities!
The language focus will go into more detail, giving you sample roadmaps for success, and other ideas. Of course, you’ll also get loads of vocabulary and idioms, too!
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hook someone up with (someone)
be my guest
to be set in stone
Language Focus: Top 5 Ways to Study Independently
TALK TO A FRIEND
SET REALISTIC GOALS
ACCESS REAL ENGLISH
FOCUS ON ALL SKILL AREAS
download the episode guide for more information about these tips, including samples/ideas, links, details, and more!
Idioms and Expressions
to crack the code: to find the way to do something that was previously unknown
there’s more than one way to skin a cat: implies there are many different ways to do or achieve something
to make one’s skin crawl: to make someone feel uncomfortable
not enough room to swing a cat: implies the area is very small; not having a lot of space
to let the cat out of the bag: to make a secret public knowledge
drop (someone) a line: contact someone by e-mail, phone, text, etc...
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Which of our 5 tips seems the most challenging to accomplish and why?
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