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Figure Out English 31 Phrasal Verbs and Idioms about Learning

31 Phrasal Verbs and Idioms about Learning 

How to describe learning in conversational English? Learn some useful idioms and set expressions from our ‘Figure Out English’ podcast.

Figure Out English 30 How to showcase your professional skills

30 How to showcase your professional skills 

Today I will be talking about the ways to showcase your professional skills: how to say that you can do something well, at your job interview, in your resume, when talking about other people, when giving references to other people and so on.

Figure Out English 29 Synonyms for difficult

29 Synonyms for DIFFICULT (+collocations and idioms) 

We often need to say that something is not easy to do. Let’s learn some synonyms for describing difficult tasks and jobs.

Figure Out English 28 Most common phrasal verbs

28 10 most common phrasal verbs for speaking 

 Let’s learn 10 of the most common phrasal verbs used in English speaking.

How to use have in everyday speaking | Figure Out English

26 How to use HAVE in everyday speaking 

Today I am describing how to use have as an empty verb in everyday speaking phrases. 

Figure Out English 25 Other ways to say 'I don't know'

25 Other ways to say ‘I don’t know’ 

In this episode, I will be helping you with conversational phrases. We will learn other ways to say ‘I don’t know’.

Figure Out English 24 Phrasal Verbs about Travel

24 Phrasal Verbs about Travel 

Learn useful phrasal verbs about travel for your next holiday abroad with a new episode of the ‘Figure Out English’ podcast.

Figure Out English 23 How to prepare your English for travel

23 Prepare your English for Travel 

 Going on holiday soon? Wondering how to fast brush up your English for travel? I have some cool tips for you in a new episode of the ‘Figure Out English’ podcast!

Figure Out English How to ask for help

20 How to ask for help 

You need to learn how to ask for help in English first, before anything else. Agree? This is the structure you will use most of all. And your main task: to be polite and friendly – only this way you will get the help you need.