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Meet English Language Tutor Alison

October 8, 2016
8 October 2016,
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Tell us about your past experiences working as an English Language Tutor I have worked for more than 3 years teaching English online on different video based platforms including SKYPE and taught students from Brazil, China, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Russia and Spain. I have also worked as an English Language tutor for a national English language school in Vietnam […]


5 reasons why Online English Teaching is a great career

October 6, 2016
6 October 2016,
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Interested in an career in Online English teaching? You have come to the right place! At Spoken English Practice, we have a fantastic group of teachers who work with our students from all over the world. Here are some reasons why it’s a fantastic way to make a living: Online English teaching can be done from wherever you are, as […]


20 IELTS Speaking Topics you should prepare for

October 5, 2016
5 October 2016,
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If you are preparing for the IELTS Speaking test, you need to practice building complex sentences and expressing complex thoughts. Simple conversational exchanges like “where are you from?” “I am from Spain!” are not going to give you that practice. You also need to constantly add to your vocabulary and use new words frequently so that you remember them and […]


How to Boost your TOEFL Speaking Test score in the last 21 days

October 3, 2016
3 October 2016,
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Is your TOEFL Speaking Test score ruining your plans to move to another country or enroll in a top university? At Spoken English Practice, we help students prepare for the TOEFL Speaking test without having to re-learn boring grammar or memorize answers. Our approach is 100% practice based. We train students to speak English naturally, clearly and correctly without any […]


8 Tips to get rid of a Thick Accent

October 2, 2016
2 October 2016,
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When learning a new language, it’s common to speak it in an accented manner that closely resembles your own native language. That’s because different languages have different ways of combining letters to create sounds, different ways of emphasizing certain syllables or words in sentences, and different speaking speeds. You’re used to the norms in your native tongue, so while you may […]


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