30-day Vocabulary Acquisition Course- Day 8- General Talk

By Shivam

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Hey there everyone,

How are you doing today?

Welcome back again to a new chapter of our “Free 30-day Vocabulary Acquisition Course” and today I really wanna talk to you.

It’s been a week since I started this free course so you may benefit and use these vocabularies in your daily life. But before I move any further on, I want everyone to take a few things like a must-do in your daily routine. You see, none of the bloggers can make you a fluent English speaker unless you yourself work on your mistakes.

Now please don’t get me wrong if you are the one who reads my articles thoroughly, goes through each one of them and practices the idioms with the example without chopping and changing the way I told you to learn.

I want to give you as much of my knowledge as I can, but I also expect the learner not to drag your feet. Now if you take this seriously I can promise, by the end of 30-days, you will have an arsenal of useful vocabulary which will automatically flow from your mouth when you speak.

Now please don’t think I am prodding you into reading my articles because I would get some page views. It has no catch and it is the reason I made this course FREE for you all. I want everyone out there to be fluent, confident, and happy in their daily life.

So I hope I am clear now and thanks for coming through this far.

Trust me, you won’t regret it after this course gets over and will thank yourself for reading every article thoroughly.

Vocabulary to acquire Today

Chopping and changing
Meaning: To keep changing one’s mind, the way of doing something, etc.
Example: Now please don’t chop and change the decisions of what you wanna eat, else we will have to throw extra food.

Drag your feet
Meaning: do something slowly or reluctant to act.
Example: The kids are often dragging their feet when told to do their homework.

Prodding you into
Meaning: to persuade or encourage someone into doing something.
Example: The sales manager was prodding me into buying his product.

No catch
Meaning- This phrase is used when one helps the other without expecting anything in return.
Example: It is impossible that there is no catch if he is so good to me today. He didn’t even talk to me properly ever in my lifetime.

I hope today’s lesson added some new vocabulary to your arsenal of active vocabulary which will be definitely useful in your daily life. Make sure you read this article thoroughly and practice it with your own examples so as they become your second nature.

See you tomorrow with some new topic and vocabulary.

Till then keep learning and improving.

Take care and?


P.S: I make these contexts just to make you understand how to use these vocabularies in context. I never mean to disrespect or doubt your intelligence, so if anything hurt anyone from the above context, I am sorry for that.

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