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5 Ways To Improve Your English Conversation Skills Free

January 6, 2016
6 January 2016,
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Achieving native English fluency can be extremely hard but there are a lot of smart things you can do to take your English conversation skills to the next level. Fluent Spoken English has 3 main components – a wide vocabulary, good grammar and clear pronunciation. When you improve all 3 aspects, your English sounds more natural. In this post, we […]


The ONLY 4 English Grammar Rules You Need to Know to Speak Fluent English

January 5, 2016
5 January 2016,
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First things first, learning grammar is a terrible way to learn English speaking. If your past Spoken English teachers spent hours and hours teaching you grammar, that is probably the reason you are not still fluent in English. Focusing on too much grammar will actually negatively affect your ability to improve fluency in speaking. This is why Spoken English Practice’s […]


20 Business English Idioms – Advanced Spoken English Lessons

January 4, 2016
4 January 2016,
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Learning idioms and slang is one of the most important aspects of improving Spoken English. When speaking English, native English speakers will use a lot of informal phrases and expressions. This is where your knowledge of idioms and slang will be tested. If you are not familiar when the idiomatic expression used, you will not be able to respond or […]


Want to Improve English Speaking? Stop Doing These 5 Mistakes

December 31, 2015
31 December 2015,
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Have you been studying English for years but still can’t speak confidently? Do you get stuck when speaking in English? Are you still shy to speak in English because you make mistakes in grammar? Is it hard for native English speakers to understand you because you have a thick accent? Improving English speaking is a challenge for most non native […]


Speak English Like An American With These 10 Slang Expressions

December 23, 2015
23 December 2015,
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As an English School that teachers ESL to kids, young adults, university students, adults, professionals, academics etc, we come across a lot of people who find American English hard to learn. There are some who struggle to understand American accents. A majority find American slang and idioms confusing and difficult to understand. So what makes American English hard to learn? […]


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