This page gives you a good idea of how the lessons in the Britlish Library are laid out. You can see that students can keep notes about each lesson, can record vocabulary for each lesson, and can mark as complete and rate each lesson for their future reference. This system makes certain that it is easy to keep track of your study progress as you work with the many lessons in the Britlish Library. I hope you will try a free 14-day Britlish Library pass to really see what a unique and valuable resource the Britlish Library really is.
Like most native English speakers, I have always used idioms without a second thought for the complexity they pose to non-native speakers. Until I became an English teacher, I had no idea that non-native speakers would have trouble using these common figures of speech. Having been an English teacher since 2003, I know just how much students need to use these all-important idiomatic expressions. I have brought together all of the common British English food idioms that I could find and have presented them to students in an enjoyable, and fun way. I have also added notes to most of the idiom entries. These notes, and cross-references, add more interest for the student. Having collected over 500 idioms for the first book, Body Idioms, I was not surprised to find over 320 idioms for this English lesson. As far as I know, this is the most comprehensive collection of food idioms available anywhere. When the series is complete, students will have the most comprehensive collection of idioms of all description available. Food Idioms looks at how we use over 320 British English Idioms related to food, cooking, eating, and drinking.
Most of the Activation Packs will look similar to this.
Click on the content menu to see all of the pages in the lesson, including the Activators which give you exercises to help you learn, remember, and use the language.
The resources menu is where you can find downloadable resources like PDF files, web links, and more.
Markers let you annotate or add highlights to any page in the Activation Pack.
The Teacher menu gives you some biographical information about me, your English teacher.
Under the Activation Pack, as well as a dictionary, Guest, you will also find the lesson-specific study record menus.
You can also add personal notes and vocabulary from the lesson and search them later.
Some lessons have crossword puzzles and you will find these in the menu below the Activation Pack.
When you complete a lesson, you can mark it complete. Completed lessons will show up in green in your study record. You can also rate a lesson depending on how useful you found it. The 5-star rating system lets you revisit the most useful lessons.
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Crossword Puzzles for Food Idioms - 320+ British English Idioms
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