Jeremy’s English Tips Episode #17: Get your foot in the door

  • Apple Podcast
  • Google podcast
  • Spotify

Episode description

Our expression for today is to get your foot in the door. To get your foot in the door, it can be get her foot in the door, get his foot in the door, get my foot in the door. The key is to get a foot in the door. What this means is that you have succeeded with the first step and are on your way to being successful.

Extra example sentences

  • I haven’t been offered the job yet but at least I got my foot in the door!
  • You should go down and apply for a job at the bank. Even if you don’t get it, at least you’ll be able to get your foot in the door.
  • First, he got his foot in the door with an internship. Then, a few years later, he was hired by the company as a full-time employee.
  • Have you ever tried using a dating app? It’s a great way to get your foot in the door and meet new people.

Copyright: Culips.com
For more information about this episode, visit culips.com.

Suzanne’s Quick Tips Episode #5: Question intonation

Posted by Andrew Bates
1 Jul, 2020

Episode description Today, we have a quick tip for you. And today we're going to talk about open-ended...

Jeremy’s English Tips Episode #16: How to Choose Good Repetitive Listening Material

Posted by Andrew Bates
19 May, 2020

Episode description In this episode of Jeremy's English Tips, I would like to talk about repetitive listening. More...

Suzanne’s Quick Tips Episode #4: What’s up?

Posted by Andrew Bates
15 May, 2020

Episode description Today our quick tip is going to be covering the use of the common greetings, What's...

Jeremy’s English Tips #15: How to make English learning fun

Posted by Andrew Bates
7 May, 2020

Episode description In this episode, I would like to talk about how to make learning English more fun....

Suzanne’s Quick Tips Episode #3: Stressin’ Out

Posted by Andrew Bates
17 Apr, 2020

Episode description Today we're talking about stress, word stress. So in a sentence when you're trying to put...

Jeremy’s English Tips #14: What to do if you don’t understand

Posted by Andrew Bates
9 Apr, 2020

Episode description What have you usually done when you didn’t understand something that was said to you? Today,...

Jeremy’s English Tips #13: How to sound like a native with filler words

Posted by Andrew Bates
3 Apr, 2020

Episode description This episode will be helpful for people who are having conversations in English but want to...

Suzanne’s Quick Tips Episode #2: Articulate to make your English great

Posted by Andrew Bates
16 Mar, 2020

Episode description Today we're going to cover a Quick Tip and we're going to be talking about adding...

Jeremy’s English Tips #12: Repetitive reading

Posted by Andrew Bates
11 Mar, 2020

Episode description Today’s episode of Jeremy’s English Tips by Culips is about repetitive reading. When we do something...

Suzanne’s Quick Tips Episode #1: Slow down

Posted by Andrew Bates
4 Mar, 2020

Episode description Hey guys, this is Suzanne. And you're listening to Culips. Welcome to our new series called...

Jeremy’s English Tips #11: How to talk about pets

Posted by Andrew Bates
28 Feb, 2020

Episode description In this episode of Jeremy’s English Tips by Culips, I’ll be talking about pets, but more...

Jeremy’s English Tips #10: The last straw

Posted by Andrew Bates
22 Feb, 2020

Episode description I will be sharing an idiomatic expression with you today. I hope you're excited. Our expression...

Jeremy’s English Tips #9: Making new habits

Posted by Andrew Bates
15 Feb, 2020

Episode description In this episode, we are going to be talking about habits, and more specifically, we will...

Jeremy’s English Tips #8: English names

Posted by Andrew Bates
6 Feb, 2020

Episode description Thank you for checking out this episode of Jeremy's English Tips. In this episode, we are...

Jeremy’s English Tips #7: Spaced repetition

Posted by Andrew Bates
31 Jan, 2020

Episode description Spaced repetition is a way of studying vocabulary words, usually in a foreign language, and it...