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Learning Idioms and Phrases

For IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, TOEIC, GRE, CAT and other MBA exams

Learning Idioms and Phrases

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2.5 hours

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Jun 2021

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What you will learn

Learn how to use idioms and phrases from A-Z

Learn what are idioms, their meanings and sentences using each of them mentioned in context from A-Z

Understand more English vocabulary that native speakers use

Speak English with more confidence

Comfortably use the idioms taught by the end of this course


Description

In this course, we will be discussing important Idioms and Phrases for CAT, GMAT and GRE exam preparation. In each lesson, we'll be covering one alphabet and will discuss idioms related to that in detail. Alphabets A-Z are discussed in this course.

English has been called one of the most difficult languages for non-native speakers to learn. One reason is that English has so many rules – and almost as many exceptions to those rules!

A phrase, a saying, or a set of words with a metaphorical (rather than literal) meaning that has become accepted in general usage is known as an idiom.

The symbolic meaning of an idiom differs significantly from the literal meaning or definition of the words from which it is constructed. Idioms come in a wide variety of forms and are widely utilized in all languages. The English language is thought to have at least 25,000 idiomatic idioms.

Idioms are the building blocks of a language and civilisation; they evolve the language. They also possess a high level of intensity, which helps to make a language lively and energetic. Idiomatic expressions give a commonplace speech a stunning illustration and provide intriguing insights into the usage of words, languages, and the cognitive processes of its speakers. Idioms have a mysterious and amusing quality to them.


So, what makes idioms so challenging?

Their meanings are the answer. Because their purposes are frequently metaphorical, idioms are difficult to interpret — especially for non-native speakers. For English learners, this trait makes them unusual and difficult to grasp.


This course includes:

In this course, we'll be covering idioms and phrases from A-Z that will help you grow your vocabulary exponentially.

This course has been taken by thousands of students who wanted to enhance their vocabulary now Udemy students can learn from the same.

I am Sanchit Gupta currently working as a Software Engineer in Bangalore, India. I'm working as a verified educator for the past 3 years on Unacademy (India's Largest Learning Platform) now. There I teach several topics (Competitive Exams, CAT, GMAT, GRE Preparation, Economics, UPSC Preparation, Programming, Personal Development and many more).


Content

Introduction

Overview of Course

Idioms and Phrases A-Z

Idioms and Phrases with 'A' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'A' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'B' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'B' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'C' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'C' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'D'

Idioms and Phrases with 'E'

Idioms and Phrases with 'F'

Idioms and Phrases with 'G' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'G' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'H' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'H' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'I'

Idioms and Phrases with 'J'

Idioms and Phrases with 'K'

Idioms and Phrases with 'L'

Idioms and Phrases with 'M'

Idioms and Phrases with 'N' and 'O'

Idioms and Phrases with 'P'

Idioms and Phrases with 'R'

Idioms and Phrases with 'S' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'S' - Part 2

Idioms and Phrases with 'T' - Part 1

Idioms and Phrases with 'T' and 'U'

Idioms and Phrases with 'V' and 'W'


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6/17/2021

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7/12/2021

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