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10 English Idioms for Advanced/Intermediate ESL Students

December 10, 2015
10 December 2015,
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Idioms and slang are probably the most complicated elements of the English language for ESL students. English idioms rely on understanding double meanings and implied meanings of words so incorporating these into one’s speech is guaranteed to expand one’s vocabulary and general understanding of the English language. Additionally, there are times when the best way to explain something is to […]


Expand your English Vocabulary with These 5 Word Families

December 7, 2015
7 December 2015,
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Expanding your vocabulary with new words, phrases, idioms and slang is an extremely important part of learning English. Think of all the times you have got “stuck” in the middle of a conversation because you could not find the right word to say. The best way to avoid this  is to add new words to your vocabulary continuously. The more […]


The Idiom Challenge: 13 Idioms to Learn in the Next 13 Days

December 4, 2015
4 December 2015,
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If you can understand every word in a conversation or a text but still fail to understand it, chance are you are having trouble with idioms. Learning idioms is an important part of taking your English to the next level – from intermediate to advanced. Idioms are an integral part of the English language. Native English speakers, specially when they […]


Learning Spoken English in Turkey

November 30, 2015
30 November 2015,
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As an English language school that wants to disrupt the way English is “taught” around the world, we interview students in our program from time to time to learn more about how English courses operate in the countries they come from. Today we are talking with one of our English students, Sinan from Istanbul, Turkey. We plan to explore challenges […]


3 Tricks to become Fluent in English Without Studying Grammar

November 28, 2015
28 November 2015,
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If you are like most English learners,  you been studying English for years. You have learnt grammar for years and years. You already have a vocabulary of around 500 words. You know how to read and write well in English, skills you learnt in school, where English was taught as a secondary language. You understand most of it when native […]


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