Hello to all readers of Winning English! I can’t thank you enough for your support of this endeavor. I hope you’ve continued to enjoy Winning English as much as I do producing it.
I wanted to let all of you know that I’ve decided to change tack and begin a new approach to expanding the reach of Winning English.
“To change tack” means to change direction, usually with regard to strategy or plans. This verb comes from sailing. When a sailboat “changes tack”, it is altering its direction into the wind. Note that it’s not “change tact”. This is a common mistake.
Starting today, I’ll be offering the newsletter free of charge. My hope is that this will allow Winning English to benefit even more English learners and provide a new path to growth.
Also, there will be a change to the publication schedule. Starting next week, the newsletter will come out one time a week on Thursdays at 6 pm Central US time.
That said, if you want additional English idioms, slang words, and cultural references between newsletters, please note that I’m now on Instagram and TikTok with short English lessons. Just search for “winning.english” on those platforms. Also, make sure to follow my Winning English pages on LinkedIn or Facebook, where I plan to post additional content, as well.
Again, thank you all for being part of Winning English. Good luck with your English learning, and talk soon!
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