Meet Conversational English Tutor Christina

January 23, 2017
23 January 2017,
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Tell us about your experience working as a Conversational English Tutor I have been teaching English for 8 years in Italy, France and Germany as a Conversational English tutor. I have worked with multiple English Language Schools,d with students ranging from young adults to professionals.  I also have experience working as an online English Conversation tutor to students from all over […]


6 Tips to Launch a Successful English Speaking Club

November 2, 2016
2 November 2016,
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The best way to get really good at speaking English is – no surprise here – to speak it. After all, that’s what Skype conversation classes are all about – offering you a chance to converse with a native speaker on a regular basis and get pointers on improving your English speaking skills. But there are other ways to practice, […]


5 Tips to Master the ‘Rhythm’ of Conversational English

October 18, 2016
18 October 2016,
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Most English students struggle with the ‘rhythm’ of Conversational English. Tone, tempo and overall confidence matter a great deal in communicating effectively, yet is often the last thing taught. This is why a practice with a Native English speaker is so important in mastering Conversational English. In this post, we are going to look at 5 practical ways you can […]


Conversational English Lesson for Adults – Popular Idioms

September 20, 2016
20 September 2016,
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Conversational English Lesson for Adults – 30 most useful English idioms and how to use them Nearly every language is filled with idioms: expressions or phrases that have a figurative, rather than literal, meaning. They add colour, interest, and fun to conversations and writing, and can be regional or widely-adopted across a language. English has thousands of idioms, and new […]


9 children’s TV programs to help improve Conversational English skills

September 6, 2016
6 September 2016,
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Learning a new language as an adult is not exactly the same as learning it from childhood, but it does share some features. Children and adults both learn actively and passively: they study in school, but they also listen to conversations around them, look at signs and books and other written materials, and talk with other people. So it makes […]