8 Ways to Take Your English Fluency to the Next Level without Grammar

March 1, 2018
1 March 2018,
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As you know, there are four areas of learning a new language.  These areas are speaking, reading, writing and listening.  Plenty of regular practice will help you take your English fluency to the next level and you will be delighted with your progress.  Make time to Practice several times a week.  Here are 8 ways to take your English fluency […]


Why English Conversation Practice is the best way to Improve Fluency

November 16, 2017
16 November 2017,
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There are several ways to help one improve one’s fluency in speaking English.  Some students find certain ways easier than others.  It is very important to practice English as often one can – several times a week will give one the most benefit. In this post we will discuss a few key strategies you can use to improve fluency through […]


13 Guaranteed ways to Improve Spoken English on your own

August 14, 2017
14 August 2017,
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There are several ways to practice one’s English when one is on one’s own.  The aim is to be able to speak English fluently and be understood by other English speakers.  The best way is to speak with a native British English or American English speakers but this is not always possible.  Here are tips to help one improve one’s […]


2 Important Questions to Ask When Joining an English Fluency Course

May 25, 2017
25 May 2017,
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Looking for an English fluency course that will help you improve Spoken English? We have 2 important tips to share with you before you join the English course. Considering these 2 factors will save you a lot of money and time! 2 Questions to ask before joining an English Fluency Course Question # 1 – Is the English Fluency Course […]


5 Smart Strategies to Improve English Speaking Fluency Fast

March 28, 2017
28 March 2017,
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Studying English grammar rules for years but still not seeing an improvement in English speaking fluency? The truth is that most English speakers hit a wall at some point. Often, it’s because traditional classes tend to focus heavily on teaching grammar and vocabulary rather than on actually using them in normal, everyday speaking situations. If you really want to improve […]