7 Ways to Improve Public Speaking Skills

October 10, 2016
10 October 2016,
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Public speaking is a very common fear. Few people actually enjoy and feel comfortable doing it. Add in the fact that English is not your native language, and speaking in front of others can start to seem like an impossible task. But there are times when you will be called upon to do it, whether at a work meeting or […]


How to Speak English Fluently without Advanced Grammar Lessons?

September 15, 2016
15 September 2016,
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Tired of taking advanced grammar lessons but still not been able to speak English fluently? You are not alone. There are millions of English leaners who have spent hours and hours learning and memorizing English grammar but still can’t speak English fluently. Firstly, English grammar is so vast and complicated, it is almost impossible to learn all the rules. Secondly, […]


6 Grammar Rules that every Advanced English Student should know

September 2, 2016
2 September 2016,
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English grammar has so many rules that learning them can seem impossible. But if you’re already well on your way to learning English and are an advanced English student., you probably have a decent command of the basic rules. We’ve identified six of the trickier ones where errors are particularly noticeable in Spoken English. Like versus as This is a […]


18 English Words that Confuse even Advanced English Speakers

August 31, 2016
31 August 2016,
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English, like most languages, can be confusing even for those who’ve spoken it their entire lives. We all make mistakes occasionally. However, some words are more confusing than others, even for an advanced English speaker! Here are 18 commonly misused words and how to use them properly: Note: This post is perfect if you are an advanced English speaker with […]


30 phrasal verbs Advanced English students should know how to use

August 28, 2016
28 August 2016,
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I know what you’re thinking: What’s a phrasal verb? It’s a combination of two (or sometimes three) words that acts like a verb in a sentence to describe an action. Using the two words together gives the phrase a new meaning that each word alone does not have. Let’s take break down as an example. Alone, each word has its […]