I am looking for someone to write 10 short, simple ESL idiom lessons of approximately 150 words each based on an established pattern. See an example below. Each lesson will have a short section on idiom meaning, example sentences, example dialogue, and practice suggestions. If the first 10 lessons work out well, there's a possiblity for more.
Cold turkey is a disagreeable state caused when someone suddenly and completely stops doing something that they are addicted to or dependent on. It is most often used with drugs. We usually say that someone quits cold turkey or goes cold turkey. If we quit cold turkey, we suddenly stop using the drug.
1. I quit cold turkey.
2. He quit smoking last year cold turkey.
3. To quit using heroine cold turkey is almost impossible.
A: I've tried so many ways to quit smoking but nothing works.
B: I know it's hard but you can do it. I did it a couple of years ago.
A: Really? How did you do it?
B: I just quit cold turkey. I think it's the best way.
Do you think that the best way to quit smoking is to go cold turkey?
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This would be a snap! I'm not only a native speaker, and an English major, but I've done a seriuosly study of slang. I believe that I would be most useful to you on this project.
I am a native ESL teacher, currently teaching in Russia. I do similar work daily, and won't have a problem adding 5 quick pieces. Probably, the turnaround would be much sorter than 2 days.