Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

In today’s episode you will learn how to express yourself like a native English speaker!

Remember, to express yourself like a native English speaker you need to get over your fear of talking to native speakers.

Here are the phrases that you will learn:

  • “tongue-in-cheek”
  • “rich” experience
  • “I’ve been meaning to do something”
  • “to get to a place or an event”

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The phrases that you have learned today are great in everyday conversation and they are also expressions to use on the IELTS Speaking test to get a 7 or higher.

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