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"Don't look a gift horse in the mouth!"

“Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth!”

This English idiom is an old classic which means: “If someone is giving you a gift, don’t question it, complain about it, or say anything negative about it! Just take it and be grateful to receive something for free!”

Today, I’ve published a new page here on my website where you can get three free gifts from me. The page is called “Free Downloads,” and you can go there to get the first pages of each of my three study guides. The full books are available to buy here at “Shop.” However, if you’d like to see what you’re getting before you buy, go to “Free Downloads” and click on each link. They are:

  • A Complete Verb Tense Review (Page one available for free download)

  • 90 Common North American Idioms, Phrasal Verbs, and Slang Expressions (Pages one & two available for free download)

  • English Conditionals Explained (Page one available for free download)

I will be continuing to offer more books and study guides for English learners like you, so stay tuned to (Phrasal Verb = keep paying attention to) “Learn English with Susan” to see what I’m selling and what’s available for free.

By the way, you can also check out my new pages “Student Testimonials” and “FAQ” (Frequently Asked Questions”) to see what my students say about my teaching and to get answers to questions which a lot of you have been asking me.

Don’t forget: You can subscribe to this website to get all my updates, like me on Facebook, and send me a message anytime! Come schedule an English lesson with me or a 5-minute meeting on Skype, to see what a lesson will look like.



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