13 Awesome Ways to Practise Spoken English at Home

January 12, 2018
12 January 2018,
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All English-speaking learners want to be able to express their ideas and opinions with both friends and in business.  In today’s world with the use of technology it is very important that we can all converse with ease and be understood.  The more you practise spoken English the better and more confident you will become.  Here are 13 creative ways […]


8 Creative Spoken English Activities for ESL Beginners

January 9, 2018
9 January 2018,
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Speaking and listening are important parts of learning to speak English as a second language.  People all over the world want to converse both socially and for business in English.  Building confidence is needed when starting a new language and plenty of encouragement ensures good progress.  Understanding a new language is very important and the following creative spoken English activities […]


The 3 Key Concepts behind Improving Spoken English Fluency

September 6, 2017
6 September 2017,
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Learning English for years but not improving Spoken English fluency? You are probably studying English the wrong way. Learning to speak English is not like learning theoretical languages like History or Economics. You can’t learn to speak by memorizing theory. Learning to speak English is more like learning to ride a bike or learning swimming. You need to learn by […]


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 […]


11 Examples of how Real Spoken English is different from Textbook English

June 27, 2017
27 June 2017,
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English has all kinds of rules that can be difficult to remember. Textbook book English (or English you see in textbooks, newspapers, and other formal publications) usually use all of these rules. However, most of the time, Real Spoken English doesn’t use the rules correctly. Even native speakers don’t always speak properly. Let’s look at some examples of textbook vs. […]