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Want to improve English Pronunciation? Practice these 12 Tongue Twisters

November 28, 2017
28 November 2017,
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Learning the correct pronunciation of the English language is very important.  Tongue twisters help us learn to pronounce letter and consonant sounds.  By practising these tongue twisters our spoken language improves very quickly.  Here are my 12 tongue twisters that improve English pronunciation.   Which watch did which witch wear and which witch wore which watch?   This helps us […]


8 Free and Fun Ways to Improve English Vocabulary

November 28, 2017
28 November 2017,
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Whether you learn English as a second language at school or as an adult, there are many ways that you can improve English vocabulary for free.  Some of us prefer sitting in a classroom with others whilst others prefer to learn independently.  Learning new English vocabulary will increase your confidence and encourage you to keep on learning.  Here are my […]


10 Television Shows that are Perfect to Learn British English

November 22, 2017
22 November 2017,
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By watching televisions shows you have a great opportunity to improve your understanding and comprehension of British English together with pronunciation and speaking. Choose a television show or series which interest you and then you are more likely to enjoy the program and watch the shows to the end.  Try practising by speaking out loud the new vocabulary you here […]


Meet Spoken English Partner Rebecca

November 21, 2017
21 November 2017,
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Describe your past experience working as a Spoken English partner I love exploring the world while teaching and learning from others as I travel. I have been working as a Spoken English partner for over 7 years. I have taught people of all ages and all different backgrounds and truly enjoy the uniqueness every individual brings to the learning environment.  […]


Want To Talk English Like an American? Learn These 15 Idioms

November 17, 2017
17 November 2017,
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Idioms are phrases or sayings with meanings that are different than what is actually being said. In other words, they should not be taken literally. For example, if someone is “in the same boat” as someone else, it means they are in the same situation. They are not actually in a boat together. There are many different idioms that have […]


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