Curso Online de Essential Idioms in English - Volume 1
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Curso Online de Essential Idioms in English - Volume 1

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Quem deve fazer esse curso? Se você já fala um pouquinho de inglês e quer se comunica como um nativo, é essencial aprender "idoms" e "phrasal verbs", que podem ser difíceis muitas vezes.

Então, esse curso é pra todos que querem melhor seu nível de ingles!

WHO SHOULD LEARN IDIOMS? If you already speak a little bit of English and want to communicate like a native, it is essential to learn Idioms. All English speakers use many idioms and it can be tricky many times.

So, this course is to everyone that want to improve your English skills!

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  • Essential Idioms in English

    essential idioms in english

    volume 1 - beginning
    phrasal verbs and collocations

    free
    for limited
    time!

    more than
    70 idioms

    hang out

    dress up

    worn out / good tread

    with exercises!

    talk over

    try on

    get over

    wait on

  • IDIOMS AND PHRASAL VERBS

    idioms and phrasal verbs

    who should learn idioms?
    if you already speak a little bit of english and want to communicate like a native, it is essential to learn idioms. all english speakers use many idioms and it can be tricky many times.

    so, this course is to everyone that want to improve your english skills!

  • PREFACE

    preface

    idiomatic expressions have long played an important role in the english language. in fact, the use of idioms is so widespread that understanding these expressions is essential to successful communication, whether in listening, speaking, reading or writing. the student might learn grammar and, with time, acquire adequate vocabulary, but without working knowledge of such idioms as above all, to get along, on the whole, to look up, and so on, even the vest speech will remain awkward and ordinary.

  • VOLUME 1 - CONTENT

    volume 1 - content

    lesson 1
    get in/get on; get out of/get off; put on; take off; turn on; turn off; right away; pick up, sooner or later; get up; come up with; at first.

    lesson 2
    dress up; at last; as usual; find out; look at; look for; all right; all along; little by little; tire out; spend time; never mind.

    lesson 3
    pick out; take one’s time; talk over; lie down; stand up; sit down; all (day, week, month, year) long; by oneself; on purpose; get along (with); make a difference (to); take out.

    lesson 4
    take part in; at all; look up; wait on; at least; so far; take a walk, hike, etc; take a trip; try on; think over; take place; put away.

  • VOLUME 1 - CONTENT

    volume 1 - content

    lesson 5
    look out; shake hands; get back; catch a cold; get over; make up one’s mind; change one’s mind; for the time being; for good; call off; put off; in a hurry.

    lesson 6
    hang out; hang up; count on; make friends; out of order; get to; look over; have (time) off; go on; put out; all of a sudden; ahead of time.

    exam lessons 1 to 6

    let’s practice everything we have learned answering some questions!

  • Lesson 1

    lesson 1

    he is taking his clothes off!

    the plane took off on time!

    her career is taking off!

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

  • Volume 1 – Beginning - Lesson 1

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

    to get in / to get on: to enter or to board a vehicle
    to get in is used for cars; to get on is used for all other forms of transportation.
    it's easier to get in the car from the driver's side. the door on the other side doesn't work well.
    i always get on the bus to work at 34th street.

    to get out / to get off: to leave or to descend from a vehicle.
    to get out is used for cars; to get off is used for all other forms of transportation.
    why don't we stop and get out of the car for a while?
    helen got off the train at the 42nd street terminal.

    to put on: to place on oneself (usually said for clothes) (s)*
    mary put on her coat and left the room.
    put your hat on before you leave the house.

    to take off: to remove (usually said for clothes) (s); to leave the ground (used for plane and career).
    take your sweater off. the room is very warm
    the plane won’t take off on time.
    her career hasn’t taken off.

    *the symbol (s) indicates that the idiom is separable – that a noun or a noun phrase may be placed between the verb and the special preposition.

  • Volume 1 – Beginning - Lesson 1

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

    to turn on: to start or cause to function (also: to switch on) (s)
    please turn on the light; it's to dark in here
    do you know who turned the air conditioning on?

    to turn off: to stop functioning (also: to switch off, to shut off) (s)
    please turn off the light when you leave the room.
    are you really listening to the radio, or should i turn it off?

    right away: very soon; immediately (also: at once)
    dad said that dinner will be ready right away, so lets wash our hands and set the table.
    stop playing that loud music at once!

    to pick up: to retrieve or collect (s); to learn (s).
    harry picked up the newspaper that was on the front doorstep.
    lucia was so busy that she forgot to pick her son up from school.
    margot picks up math easily, but she is not good at reading.

    sooner or later: eventually, after a period of time.
    if you study english seriously, sooner or later you'll become fluent.
    i'm too tired to do my homework now; i'm sure i'll do it sooner or later.

  • Volume 1 – Beginning - Lesson 1

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

    to get up: to arise, to rise from a bed; to make someone arise (s)
    for the last definition a noun phrase must separate the verb and the particle
    carla gets up at seven o'clock every morning.
    at what time should we get the children up tomorrow?
    yesterday i woke up at 7am but i got up only at 8am. i stayed awake on bed for one hour.

    to come up with: to find, to discover
    after worrying for days, i finally came up with a solution to my problem.
    even though kwan doesn't have a job, he always comes up with enough money to pay his bills.

    at first: in the beginning, originally
    at first english was difficult for him, but he made great progress.
    i thought at first that i was sheila calling, but then i realized that it was beth.

  • Exercise 1

    exercise 1

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

    read the situation below. then, take a piece of paper and write a story/dialogue using 8 or more idioms from lesson 1.

    you and two friends are at a beach house. you are all going back home tomorrow and are discussing your plans.

    if you want to have your story reviewed, send it to fecozisk@gmail.com

  • Exercise 2

    exercise 2

    volume 1 – beginning - lesson 1

    fill in each blank with the appropriate form of an idiomatic expression from this lesson:

    every morning, jean's alarm clock makes a loud ringing noise. she ______________ the alarm clock immediately after it rings, but she doesn't get out of bed ______________ . she waits a few minutes before she ______________ .
    jean would like to stay in bed all morning, but ______________ she has to get up. the she ______________ the bedroom light and goes to her closet. she ______________ her pajamas and ______________ her work clothes.

    the answers will be on the next page. make sure you have already answered it before you go to the next slide.


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  • Essential Idioms in English
  • IDIOMS AND PHRASAL VERBS
  • PREFACE
  • VOLUME 1 - CONTENT
  • Lesson 1
  • Volume 1 – Beginning - Lesson 1
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • Lesson 2
  • Volume 1 – Beginning – Lesson 2
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • Lesson 3
  • Volume 1 – Beginning – Lesson 3
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • Lesson 4
  • Volume 1 – Beginning – Lesson 4
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • Lesson 5
  • Volume 1 – Beginning – Lesson 5
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • Lesson 6
  • Volume 1 – Beginning – Lesson 5
  • Exercise 1
  • Exercise 2
  • FINAL EXAM!
  • BEFORE THE FINAL EXAM:
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