Current Goal: Learn 50 American Phrases in 25 Days!
A long time ago, in WHAT FELT LIKE another lifetime, I started my 50 American Phrase acquisition mission and I haven’t stopped doing it ever since!
Well, in reality I started the mission on April 30, if I’m not mistaken, and it’s only been 3 weeks into the mission. It does, however, feel like it’s already lasted for years – that’s how quickly something becomes your routine!
- You do it for a day – it’s something new and exciting!
- You do it for a few days – still fun but it becomes a bit of a drag.
- You do it for a week – you wish you’d never started it in the first place!
- You do it for a couple weeks – YOU JUST DO IT! 😀
Yes, my friends, now I’m doing my daily American phrase videos out of habit. I just do it because I have to do it and that’s the only way to force yourself to achieve things that might seem a bit overwhelming at some stage.
The good thing about the mission is that, as I already pointed out to you, it’s now become my second nature and I don’t even have to force myself to learn all these phrases. It just happens naturally, and sometimes I now catch myself thinking that in this very room, in WHAT FELT LIKE a totally different place back then, I was doing all sorts of different things – writing new articles for my blogs, working on my Fluency Gym Coach Program, dealing with some technical issues involving my blog and what not.
Nowadays I barely have enough time to do all these videos I committed myself to!
Anyway, it’s about time I stopped complaining; I hope you’ve realized by now that today’s phrase is WHAT FELT LIKE and I also hope that having read this article (and having watched the video above!) you have a pretty good idea on how it’s used in real life English conversations!