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 […]


8 Examples of How to Use Tenses when Speaking English

November 29, 2017
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Learning to use the correct tense in any language is an important way of communicating with others.  English is a universal language spoken throughout the world being used both socially and in business.  We all need to be able to use the correct tense whether we are talking about the present, the future and the past.  Here are 8 examples […]


8 Novels That Will Help You Improve English Skills and Build Vocabulary

August 17, 2017
17 August 2017,
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Reading is a great way to improve one’s English skills.  It helps develop one’s vocabulary and there are many fun, amusing and historical books to read and enjoy either in book form or on an e-reader/tablet.  Go to a library and choose book(s) to borrow from there.  There are many books to suit all ages and readers of all abilities.  […]


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. […]