6 Advanced Grammar Rules To Improve Your English Speaking

February 14, 2017
14 February 2017,

English is known for its crazy grammar rules. Although they might seem intimidating at first, learning these rules is crucial for improving your English speaking, and communicating properly or fluently. The purpose of the grammar rules is to give the English language some sort of structure. Without it, communicating and getting your message across would be much more difficult. This […]

10 Great Resources to Improve Grammar Free

September 11, 2016
11 September 2016,

While conversation practice with a native English teacher is the best way to improve your spoken English skills, there are many online resources to improve grammar free. This will help you improve on weak areas your teacher identifies during class. Here are ten awesome places to check out if you want to improve grammar free. Daily Grammar is home to […]

6 Grammar Rules that every Advanced English Student should know

September 2, 2016
2 September 2016,

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 […]

The ONLY 4 English Grammar Rules You Need to Know to Speak Fluent English

January 5, 2016
5 January 2016,

First things first, learning grammar is a terrible way to learn English speaking. If your past Spoken English teachers spent hours and hours teaching you grammar, that is probably the reason you are not still fluent in English. Focusing on too much grammar will actually negatively affect your ability to improve fluency in speaking. This is why Spoken English Practice’s […]

Grammar For English Speaking?

April 9, 2015
9 April 2015,

One of the biggest myths in the ESL industry is that you should master grammar first before you can start speaking. This is a complete misconception. In fact, focusing too much on grammar will slow your progress in English speaking. A universal truth that we cannot ignore about language learning is that all of us learned to speak before we […]