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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. […]


Want to Improve Spoken English in a Month? Follow This Plan

June 26, 2017
26 June 2017,
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While most teachers would have you study long lists of vocabulary and grammar theory, there are actually far better ways to improve Spoken English. Today we are going to focus on a game plan that will allow you to improve Spoken English fluency within a month. Forget Grammar If you want to improve Spoken English within a month, forget grammar. […]


3 Tricks to Sound More Confident When Speaking in English

June 25, 2017
25 June 2017,
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English is a challenging language to learn. It is often listed as one of the most complex languages due to its roots in German, French, Afrikkan, and many others. You can do something to make it a bit easier on yourself by following these three tricks that will make you sound more confident when speaking in English. Slow down Speaking […]


Meet English Speaking Tutor Alicia – English Speaking Lessons Online

June 23, 2017
23 June 2017,
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Tell us more about your background as an English speaking tutor? I have taught conversational English online to students in China – ages 10 to 70. Additionally, I have worked as an English speaking tutor at both the high school and university levels for more than 20 years. I am currently teaching English in 3 primary schools in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I […]


10 TV shows that will help you learn American Conversational English

June 15, 2017
15 June 2017,
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Television is a useful tool to help a student becoming conversationally fluent in English. A wide variety of television shows expose students to material and situations they may not otherwise encounter. When selecting TV shows to watch, one should seek content that features good grammar, relevant cultural references, and useful information about a country’s culture. In the U.S., there are […]


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