New Year’s resolutions-exercises

2019 has already begun, so it’s time to turn over a new leaf. Or is it?

There are lots of idioms related to New Year’s resolutions. You can practise some of them with this exercise. To check your answers, visit the original blog post here.

Is language learning one of your New Year’s resolutions? You may be interested then in the recommendations this spokesperson from the British Council gives in this interview:

You can also listen to these three women discussing their views on New Year’s resolutions on BBC Radio Oxford:

You can find some interesting expressions related to New Year’s resolutions in this infographic and video from BBC Learning English:

Link to tweet with video

You may be considering ambitious New Year’s resolutions like these Scotsmen…

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Or perhaps you are settling for more realistic, short-term goals– Forget resolutions: Try something new for 30 days.

In any case, Happy New Year!

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