3 Mindset Changes that will make Learning Oral English Super Easy

December 15, 2016
15 December 2016,
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Learning textbook English for a long time but still struggle to speak fluent Oral English? This is problem faced by lot of English language learners. Learning Oral English as an adult requires some special mindset changes and in this blog post we are discussing 3 of them. Absorb English like a child Have you ever noticed how children learn English […]


Why Oral English Lessons must be Conversational

October 16, 2016
16 October 2016,
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As a a global English language school that interacts with thousands of students everyday, we are firm believers that all Oral English lessons must be Conversational. Our approach is Fluency First and we focus on Real English. In this blog post, we are going to talk about why a Fluency First, Real English approach is critical for anyone learning English. […]


Meet Oral English Tutor Heather

September 12, 2016
12 September 2016,
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Describe past experiences working as an Oral English tutor I have worked as an Oral English tutor in Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, China, and the USA. I have taught all aspects of English, to professionals and children. I have served as an English conversation partner at Yale University and Clark University. I also have lived abroad in multiple non English speaking countries […]


3 Smart Ways You Can Improve Oral English Skills

September 1, 2016
1 September 2016,
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Have you been studying English for years but still struggle to speak fluently? This is the biggest challenge faced by most English learners. Spoken English Practice focuses on solving this challenge by helping English learners discover smart ways to improve Oral English skills. In todays post, we are discussing a few free methods you can use to improve Oral English […]


Why Talking in English is a Challenge to most English Learners

August 14, 2016
14 August 2016,
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The greatest challenge for most English learners is that they can’t communicate in English normally. Most English learners can read and write English well. But when it comes to talking in English they struggle. Most non-native English learners get stuck in the middle of sentences. They struggle to pronounce certain sounds and understand idioms and slang used by Native English […]