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50 English Words Misspelled by even Advanced English Learners

October 20, 2016
20 October 2016,
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Spelling is hard in English, even for advanced English leaners. Lots of reading is the best cure for spelling problems – ask your Skype teacher to quiz you if you need extra help! Here is a list of commonly misspelled words, with some hints for how to remember the correct spelling. 50 English words misspelled by even advanced English learners […]


12 Trendy American Slang Words made Popular by the Internet

October 20, 2016
20 October 2016,
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New English learners may become confused when they encounter the use of slang, which is simply words or phrases that are informal and used in a playful or metaphorical manner. Slang is regional, generational, and ever-changing, which makes it even more confusing! The best way to navigate slang is simply not to use it until and unless you know exactly […]


5 Tips to Master the ‘Rhythm’ of Conversational English

October 18, 2016
18 October 2016,
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Most English students struggle with the ‘rhythm’ of Conversational English. Tone, tempo and overall confidence matter a great deal in communicating effectively, yet is often the last thing taught. This is why a practice with a Native English speaker is so important in mastering Conversational English. In this post, we are going to look at 5 practical ways you can […]


10 Conversation Topics for Beginner Level English Students

October 17, 2016
17 October 2016,
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A question that we get often is “I’m a beginner level English student. I only know few words in English. Can I start speaking?“ At Spoken English Practice, we encourage even students with beginner level English skills to start speaking as early as possible. If you don’t speak, you will never improve speaking. It is better to start practicing speaking […]


Why Oral English Lessons must be Conversational

October 16, 2016
16 October 2016,
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As a a global English language school that interacts with thousands of students everyday, we are firm believers that all Oral English lessons must be Conversational. Our approach is Fluency First and we focus on Real English. In this blog post, we are going to talk about why a Fluency First, Real English approach is critical for anyone learning English. […]


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