6 Awesome Ways to Improve Spoken English Fluency

May 31, 2017
31 May 2017,
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There comes a point in your English language journey that you may feel, well, stuck. You feel like you’ve plateaued and progress seems slow and painful. These emotions and thoughts are normal, don’t feel discouraged. Learning English is full of ebbs and flows of progress and stagnant pauses. Fortunately, you’re being proactive in seeking advice and help! All you need […]


3 Secrets to Improving Spoken English Fast

May 11, 2017
11 May 2017,
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Improving Spoken English fast is an important goal for many non-native English speakers. Some want to immigrate to an English speaking country, hence need to improve communication skills to find a job. There are others who want to work with clients from US, UK, Canada etc. and speaking English well is an important factor for success. Whatever the reason is improving […]


Spoken English Software vs Skype English Partner: What is better for you?

April 24, 2017
24 April 2017,
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If you have been trying to improve Spoken English for some time now, you will be familiar with Spoken English software like Rosetta Stone and Dulingo. In this post, we wanted to discuss a few things to consider when picking a Spoken English software vs. practicing with a Skype English partner. Do you lack confidence to speak in English? If […]


Top 10 Ways to Improve your Spoken English at Home

February 26, 2017
26 February 2017,
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When learning to speak English, not everyone has the time to fully immerse themselves in a language class or program. However, there are simple, effective, and fun ways to improve your spoken English at home. Here 10 different ways to practice your English skills while not having to leave the comfort of your house or apartment. Practice With A Partner […]


4 ways to Learn Modern Spoken English and talk like a Cool Kid!

January 28, 2017
28 January 2017,
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Most English students want to learn real, modern Spoken English that is used by native speakers in day to day conversations. However, a lot of traditional English courses teach English that is not used by real native speakers in real life situations. For example, take the expression “it is raining cats and dogs”. If you are a foreign student arriving […]