Nov 21

How to improve English speaking skills in a context

Most people want to learn English to speak to people.  Most students say that they want to improve their English speaking. All of this is great and makes the world a better place (people want to talk to other people, who cares which language they use) But here is the problem…. Most people want to …

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Nov 18

Our new course!! An Introduction to English Grammar

    Get the discounted price now! When the other sections are available, the price be increase too. Section 1 now available!! Section 2 will be uploaded at the end of December (of course with a new price too) https://www.udemy.com/an-introduction-to-english-grammar/ Made to help learners understand grammar in a complete manner. Here is the promotional video …

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Nov 14

Improve your English speaking with linkers of causation

 kris krüg via Compfight Want the linkers study sheet? Share if you like it joining words   We have already talked about linkers (click here to read more). This is the fifth part which talks about joining words/ linkers for the job of explanation. If you want to improve your English speaking, try to use …

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Nov 11

The context syllabus: Homework 1 – Describing your routine

Want to improve your English speaking? Marwa Morgan via Compfight   Ok, but what do you need to do? You need to practise speaking in context.   What is context? Very simple. It is just a situation. You probably understand the present simple. You probably know exactly all the verbs. But the problem is putting …

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Oct 25

Improve your English: Linkers of condition

Thomas Hawk via Compfight Want a linkers quick study sheet? joining words We have already talked about linkers (click here to read more). This is the fourth part which talks about joining words/ linkers for the job of condition. If you want to speak better, try to use these linkers more.   Which one sounds …

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Oct 19

Fluent English: Linkers number 3: Time

Ian Sane via Compfight Want a linkers cheat sheet? We have already talked about linkers (click here to read more). This is the third part which talks about joining words/ linkers for the job of time. If you want to speak fluent English, try to use these linkers more.   Which one sounds better to …

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Jun 30

Speak English fluently – Linkers number 2: compare/ contrast

  Wendell via Compfight Put your language together well We have already talked about linkers (click here to read more). This is the second part which talks about joining words/ linkers for the job of comparing and contrasting. Use these more to speak English fluently.   Which one seems better to you? I love watching …

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Jun 26

Guest post: Idiots Guide to Idiomatic Speech – FOR HIGHER LEVEL SPEAKERS

Is it raining cats and dogs? [This is a guest post written by Robert Julian, highly experienced English teacher] How to incorporate natural language into your conversation In learning a language, like in dreaming, it’s the strangest things that lodge in your head. Of the few idioms I learnt in Spanish, easily the most memorable …

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Jun 12

The “used to” structures: Speaking in context is the secret

darwin Bell via Compfight If we keep with our idea of the 4 needs (click here to read more) and the three filters (click here to read more) we must understand that the most important thing is that the situation.   If we look at the first example (click here for the infographic) Form: I …

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Jun 11

The “used to” structures – infographic number 3

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