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8 Creative Spoken English Activities for ESL Beginners

January 9, 2018
9 January 2018,
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Speaking and listening are important parts of learning to speak English as a second language.  People all over the world want to converse both socially and for business in English.  Building confidence is needed when starting a new language and plenty of encouragement ensures good progress.  Understanding a new language is very important and the following creative spoken English activities […]


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. […]


Top 10 Ways to Improve your Spoken English at Home

February 26, 2017
26 February 2017,
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When learning to speak English, not everyone has the time to fully immerse themselves in a language class or program. However, there are simple, effective, and fun ways to improve your spoken English at home. Here 10 different ways to practice your English skills while not having to leave the comfort of your house or apartment. Practice With A Partner […]


5 things to consider when picking a Spoken English Course

February 5, 2016
5 February 2016,
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Learning Spoken English is hard when you are an adult, and it becomes even harder if you join a bad Spoken English Course. Most Spoken English Courses only focus on teaching vocabulary and grammar which makes students memorize a lot but and not practice speaking. There are some Spoken English Courses that call themselves “Spoken English courses” but are in […]


Meet Native English Teacher Michael

October 2, 2015
2 October 2015,
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Tell us a bit about your past experiences teaching English.          My parents were refugees to the UK so my early years were spent in a German-speaking household (unfortunately a language I have not kept up). My parents were not initially native speakers so in some ways my brothers and I helped them in mastering English. Since those days a lot […]


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