Hello English4All students! Today, we are going to talk about the title of this page, «Dip Your Toes in the Water.» This is a common expression that means to try something new or start something slowly and carefully.
For example, imagine you are at the beach for the first time and you’re not sure if the water is too cold. You might dip your toes in the water first to test it out before going for a swim.
In the same way, this page is about trying something new and starting slowly. It’s about exploring new ideas and experiences without feeling overwhelmed.
Every Friday, people from different parts of the world come together in a conversational club to practice speaking English and learn about different cultures. This is a great opportunity to dip your toes in the water and start practicing your English skills in a supportive and friendly environment.
So, if you’re feeling nervous or unsure about speaking English, remember to take it slow and dip your toes in the water. You might be surprised at how much you can learn and grow!
Don’t forget to check out the podcast on Spotify that we have embedded in the page to practice listening skills!