Why a Skype English Conversation Partner is better than a Traditional Teacher

February 9, 2017
9 February 2017,
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Do you already know basic grammar rules and sentence structures? Have you already studied English for years at school but still can’t speak fluently? The solution is to work with a Skype English Conversation Partner who is a native English speaker. A Skype English conversation partner is ideal for English learners who are at an intermediate level. Through meaningful online practice […]


Meet Spoken English Conversation Partner Laura

February 4, 2017
4 February 2017,
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Tell us about your past experiences teaching English as a second language I’ve worked as a Spoken English Conversation Partner for a year while living in China, Lithuania, and Thailand. In addition to formal teaching, I tutored students on the weekends through casual English conversation. Tell us about your academic and professional qualifications I graduated with a degree in Sociology and a […]


6 Daily Habits that will help you continuously Improve Spoken English

December 12, 2016
12 December 2016,
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To improve Spoken English the key is  to continuously make improvements in your grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary. It   is a task that needs to be done a little bit at a time, but regularly, so that you are continually getting better without feeling overwhelmed. The best way to improve Spoken English this is by adopting small habits that you can […]


5 Facts about Learning to Speak English

November 4, 2016
4 November 2016,
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As with anything worth doing, there are plenty of myths out there about learning to speak English. The best we can say is: don’t believe everything you read, especially on the internet – but you can believe we’re going to try to debunk five of the most enduring myths about learning to speak English: Myth: If I didn’t learn as […]


25 Sports Idioms that are Commonly used in the American Workplace

October 31, 2016
31 October 2016,
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As a new English speaker, you may often hear idioms, or short phrases, that have a meaning other than their literal one. Many of these idioms are borrowed from sports, and are frequently used in the American workplace these days. It can be confusing to sit in a meeting with colleagues or your boss and hear sports idioms that seem […]