English Speaking

How to Use Intensifiers

Have you ever wondered how you could describe and share your opinions more clearly? A great way to do so is by using intensifiers! What are Intensifiers? Intensifiers are one important tool in your vocabulary toolbox that should not be

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American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce “TH” Properly in English

Do you want to be able to pronounce the English Th sound clearly? It is completely normal as an English learner to struggle with the Th sound. There are two different TH sounds: the voiceless Th, and the voiced Th.

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English Grammar

When to Use DO in the English Conversation

The verb “DO” has a very important role in the English, and it’s probably one of the most important verbs (after “TO BE”) that you will need to learn if you want to achieve fluency in this language. Knowing how

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English Grammar

3 Reasons You Don’t Understand Phrasal Verbs

Hey learners! It’s time to get passionate about phrasal verbs! One key part of achieving the fluency that you want is to understand phrasal verbs. These tricky pieces of English grammar can be frustrating and challenging to learn, but are

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Go Natural English Blog

5 Ways to Talk About the Cold Weather

It is common to make small talk about the weather. Expanding your vocabulary around the weather will make you more confident in making casual chit-chat with native English speakers. In the video below, Gabby discusses five words to use when

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English Speaking

How to Know When You’re Fluent in English

We have different reasons for learning a language; some English-learners are learning the English language to communicate with their friends who live in English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Canada, Australia, and so on.

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Go Natural English Blog

What is the Difference Between May and Might ?

So, What is the Difference Between May and Might? So what is the difference between May and Might? Both words are modal verbs — and native speakers usually think these words have the same, or similar, meaning. While one of them

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