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How To Be Fluent in English – Our Top 20 Tips From 2018

September 11, 2018
11 September 2018,
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If you want to be fluent in English you have to be able to apply grammar and vocabulary in real conversations. Just learning grammar rules and memorizing vocabulary will not make you fluent. This is the foundation of the Spoken English Practice study method. As we approach the end of 2018, we wanted to share with all our readers some […]


How to be Fluent in English as an Adult without Re-learning Grammar

July 26, 2018
26 July 2018,
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Why is it so hard to be fluent in English once you become an adult? Why it is so hard to improve your accent and pronunciation even when you can speak some English? Why is it so hard to speak English naturally without losing confidence? These are all real problems that adults face when they try to be fluent in […]


How to Speak Fluent English Using Immersion Study Methods

May 23, 2018
23 May 2018,
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To speak fluent English you do not need to memorize the grammar rules. Once you can converse in English with native English speakers fluently, then if you want to touch up your grammar knowledge then you can. Learning grammar rules will only help you read and write. They will not help build your confidence to be able to converse with […]


Achieve English Fluency in 3 Weeks through Immersion

November 8, 2016
8 November 2016,
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Are you someone who can read and write in English well but is struggling to achieve English fluency when speaking? Do you get stuck when speaking English even when you know the right word to use? Is your pronunciation different from Native English speakers you see on TV or interact with? All these are common challenges faced by thousands of […]


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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