In this course we’ll discover the differences between idioms, metaphors and similes. We’ll look at some useful idioms that can be added to your every day language to make you sound like a native speaker. We’ll also explore the use of metaphors and similes in the English language, with some great practise exercises to help you harness their use!
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Let’s Master Idioms, Similes & Metaphors
We'll look at some useful idioms that can be added to your every day language to make you sound like a native speaker.
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You will learn
✓ Common phrases in British English
✓ How to sound like a native British English speaker
This course is for
• TLS Learners
• English as a second language