22 Tongue Twisters To Improve Pronunciation Skills

February 18, 2017
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Tongue twisters are phrases that are difficult to say and make your tongue feel like it is all twisted up. Many people say tongue twisters for fun or as a challenge, but they actually have an important benefit. They can help improve pronunciation skills. How are they able to do this? The answer is that tongue twisters expose you to […]


7 Benefits of Skype English Practice

February 13, 2017
13 February 2017,
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At first, learning the English language may seem like an overwhelming challenging. But once you discover the ease and efficiency of Skype English practice, your fears will be alleviated. Active conversation is the most efficient way to learn any new language! Skype English practice keeps you engaged and helps you stay driven. You’ll be able to actively see your progress and […]


Meet Skype English Language Partner Adam

January 16, 2017
16 January 2017,
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How long have you worked as a Skype English language partner? I have worked as a Skype English language partner for 7 years now. I have previously worked with children and adults of all ages as well as taught all levels of English. I have also worked as an Accent Reduction coach for an Indian software company where I helped […]


How to Improve Your English Pronunciation? We have the Secret Recipe

October 26, 2016
26 October 2016,
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“How to Improve Your English Pronunciation” This is a question that question that comes up often from English leaners all over the world. In this blog post, we are going to talk about a few ways you can improve your English pronunciation naturally. Practice with a Native English Speaker Grammar and Vocabulary can be relatively easy to learn and grow […]


8 Tips to get rid of a Thick Accent

October 2, 2016
2 October 2016,
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When learning a new language, it’s common to speak it in an accented manner that closely resembles your own native language. That’s because different languages have different ways of combining letters to create sounds, different ways of emphasizing certain syllables or words in sentences, and different speaking speeds. You’re used to the norms in your native tongue, so while you may […]