This is a sampling of the content in M1-S417 – How to use CLICHES and SLANG effectively

How to recognise Physical CLICHES

Clichés. They are known to every one of us. Without a doubt, each of us has made use of them. There are circumstances in which the use of clichés is acceptable, but there are other circumstances in which they are not. Because they have the potential to aggravate the reader, you need to be aware of when to avoid using them. On the other hand, it can simplify difficult words and situations when applied appropriately, making them much easier to grasp.

In this lesson, we will provide instances of each of the following categories of cliches that relate to the physical world:

Cliches describing Life
Cliches describing Death
Cliches describing Sickness


Handout Instructions

STEP 1. Click the “Download Your PDF Handout Button.” It will redirect you to a new page where you can click the download icon to save this PDF Handout to your computer. Create a folder specifically for saving your ideas, and save your PDF template in it.

STEP 2. Open the downloaded PDF handout in a PDF viewer

STEP 3. Save your files in your handout’s ideas computer folder so you can refer to them again and again.


Do you want to learn more now that you’ve tried the sampling? Do you want to learn something new and be able to determine how to use clichés to your advantage?

With this course, you will also get fantastic handouts such as cliches describing love, cliches describing emotions and sentiments, cliches describing faith, cliches describing people, cliches describing behaviour, cliches describing time, cliches describing challenges, cliches describing work, cliches describing situations, and cliches describing the weather.

M1-S417 How to Use Cliches and Slang Effectively

This option may be right for you if you’re looking for a more focused learning experience. In this course, you will learn when to use and when to avoid clichés in your writing. Clichés, idioms, and slang are everywhere in our everyday conversations; the key is learning how to connect with your readers without becoming boring and irritating. With 7 lessons, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at your own pace and review the material as many times as you need to fully understand the concepts.

If you buy this course, you’ll be well on your way to acquiring new skills and knowledge in no time!