Meet Conversational English Teacher Rebekah

July 7, 2017
7 July 2017,

1.    Describe your past experiences teaching Conversational English   I have had lots of formal and informal experiences with helping people practice conversational English skills. Some of my closest family and friends are from different countries, and I’ve taught students from all over the world as a Conversational English teacher.   2.      Tell us more about your education?   In […]

Conversational English Lesson for Adults – Popular Idioms

September 20, 2016
20 September 2016,

Conversational English Lesson for Adults – 30 most useful English idioms and how to use them Nearly every language is filled with idioms: expressions or phrases that have a figurative, rather than literal, meaning. They add colour, interest, and fun to conversations and writing, and can be regional or widely-adopted across a language. English has thousands of idioms, and new […]

Meet Native English Teacher Teresa

August 11, 2016
11 August 2016,

Tell us a bit about your past experiences  as an English Teacher For the past 2 ½ years I have been traveling the world doing volunteer and intercambio exchanges including teaching/tutoring English in many one-to-one and small group settings. My concentration has been on conversational English though I have also provided tutoring for students following the Cambridge English (or similar) […]

English Teacher vs. Conversation Partner: Who suits you better?

October 4, 2015
4 October 2015,

A question that comes up often is whether you should work with a professional English teacher or a Conversation Partner to help you improve English. There are a number of important factors that you consider before making this decision. These factors will impact you differently depending on whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced learner in English. In this […]

Meet Native English Teacher James

September 11, 2015
11 September 2015,

James, tell us a bit about your past experiences teaching English Tell us more about your education? I graduated high school in the top 10% of my class and went on to Western Washington University to study Mathematics Education. I didn’t do so well in my upper-level calculus and theoretical algebra classes but I excelled in English, Music, Astronomy, and […]