“The best things in life are for free” or so they say. That’s why I’ve also shared just shy of 500 posts, written for my students & seminar participants, on my webpage www.teatimetitbits.de, Xing, FB etc for free. If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time, you know that my goal is to help as many people as possible to grow their English and feel more confident in English.
Over the years I’ve also produced a number of free PDFs which you can find well-hidden under the “Free 4 You” section of my website. All in all there are approximately 40 PDFs ranging from grammar topics (e.g. ‘The useful prepositions cheat sheet’ or ‘The future cheat sheet’ ) and general business skills (e.g. ‘Your inbound call emergency PDF’, ‘How to agree and disagree’) to email English stuff (e.g.’10 ways to refer to something’ and, ‘10 formal words to start your list’).
What’s more, there are vocabulary lists for videos like the TED talk ‘Five techniques to speak any language’ and a pitch at Dragon’s Den called “Dragons fight over jaw-dropping multi-million pound business.”
Lastly, as I also spend a lot of time listening to Audible, there is ‘The ultimate five books for 2020 PDF sheet’, with quick reviews of five of my favourite audio books in my collection.
So start your collection of Teatime Titbits PDFs by following the link and downloading and as we say ‘don’t look a gift horse in the mouth’.
Have a great bank holiday long weekend.
Shy of (hier: weniger als), well-hidden (gut-versteckt), participant (Teilnehmer), confident (Vertrauen), ‘don’t look a gift horse in the mouth’(Einem geschenkten Gaul schaut man nicht ins Maul)