American Idioms Course

American Idioms Course

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Course Description

This course covers some of the most used American English idioms from A to Z. You will learn some useful everyday phrases utilizing idioms and the associated pronunciation to assist you in better understanding American English speakers.

Are you a student preparing to study abroad, or a business professional communicating with American English speakers? Looking to master American English and communicate confidently with native speakers? Start today with this comprehensive course on American English idioms!

In this course, you will learn not just some, but the most commonly used idioms from A to Z, giving you a solid foundation for understanding and using American English in your daily life. From “all ears” to “zip your lips,” you’ll discover a wide range of idioms that are used in everyday conversation, movies, TV shows, and more.

But this course is not just about memorizing idioms. You’ll also learn how to use them correctly in context, so you can confidently incorporate them into your speech and better understand native speakers. With detailed explanations and examples, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the nuances and meanings behind each idiom, and how to use them to express yourself more effectively.

And because pronunciation is key to truly mastering American English, this course also includes audio recordings of each idiom, so you can practice your pronunciation and intonation to sound just like a native speaker.

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner of English, this course is the perfect way to take your language skills to the next level. Enroll today and start mastering American English idioms!


The course contains 26 lessons with 26 quizzes and over 100+ American English idioms!


Tips to do well:

Invite others to enroll and create a study group to learn and practice with friends.

Write down each word and listen to it’s pronunciation.

Practice using new vocabulary in real life situations.

Don’t rush! Take your time on each lesson.

Review before beginning each Lesson Quiz and Final Quiz.


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