Verb tenses are really important to learn and master when you commit yourself to the English language. They help make your message become more specific. And their proper use will help others, especially natural English speakers, understand you better and
Learning New Vocabulary Words with Portuguese Origins You might be surprised at how many words from Portuguese are used in English! Some of them are specifically for talking about Brazilian culture, but many of them are everyday words that you’ll
Why Translating in Your Head is a Problem and Thinking in English is the Answer In conversations and other situations where you need to be able to process information quickly and respond immediately, translating in your head is a big
What is Connected Speech? Learn how connected speech will help you to speak English faster, more fluently, and much more like a native speaker. Unfortunately, many language learners don’t know about this subject, but we should! First of all, let’s
Why Do Some English Learners Have a Heavy Accent and Some Sound Like Natives? You would never guess some people weren’t born native English speakers. They have just the perfect English accent. Then you discover that they learned English as
How to Learn English Vocabulary and Pronunciation Did you know, according to Oxford, there are over 171,000 words in use in the English language? That doesn’t even count all the old-style English words that we don’t use anymore, like “thou”
When you study English in a traditional classroom, you usually learn individual words in vocabulary lists. This is great for vocabulary tests. However, it is not so great for creating interesting, fluent English conversation! If you feel like you are
You want to have fluent, more interesting English conversations. However, when you’re learning English it can be difficult to think of what to say or what to ask. What kind of question should you ask? What is an appropriate question
How to Use the Past Conditional In this quick English lesson about the past conditional tense, I talk about the differences between “Would have been”, “Could have been”, and “Should have been.” These are terms that can seem confusing to
Listening Strategy: Start with a Positive Mindset for Learning English Listening in English is hard! Let me share five tips for making it much easier. When it comes to speaking English, you have to be your own biggest supporter. If
The letters R and L can be very difficult for some English learners to pronounce. It is very important to focus on your R and L pronunciation, because mispronouncing these letters can cause problems with communication in English. Mixing these two
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