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How to Use Gonna and Wanna Correctly (7 Rules)

  You’ve heard native English speakers saying “gonna” and “wanna” all the time in everyday conversation, but how do you use them correctly? When is it appropriate to use them? In this lesson, you’ll learn 7 things you need to

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American English Pronunciation

Train Your American Accent with Netflix Series

  Have you ever met someone who speaks really good English, even though they’re not a native English speaker and they have not studied English in the classroom? It’s hard to believe, but these people do exist! When I was

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American English Pronunciation

Why You Should Learn the American English Accent

Which kind of English should you learn, British English or American English? Today I want to help answer your question – and I’m going to tell you, the answer is American English! Here’s why.   So Gabby, Are You American

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Go Natural English Blog

How to Start and End a Video Call

Are you working from home now? Maybe you used to have face-to-face meetings, but now you need to have video conferences while you are working remotely at home. Now, let’s learn the English phrases native speakers use for video calls.

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Go Natural English Blog

How To Use “First” Vs. “At First”

Today we’re talking about two words that seem quite similar but are actually quite different –  first and at first. I’ve heard a lot of English learners use it at first when they really mean first. What do they mean?

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Three Tips to Learn Any Language Faster

Three tips to learn any language faster Whether you’re preparing for an upcoming trip, planning to move abroad, or just want to expand your horizons, learning a new language is your ticket. Thing is, learning a language is a massive

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Go Natural English Blog

20 New Words in English for 2020

Languages are always growing and changing, and English is no exception. If people begin to use a new word a lot, it gets added to the dictionary! And that’s the best way to learn new vocabulary – listening to people

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Go Natural English Blog

5 Steps to Help You Really Learn English

According to the British Council, by 2020 over two billion people will be speaking or learning to speak English! The English language is quickly becoming the language of the world – so how can you really learn it? Here are

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Go Natural English Blog

Have Had vs. Had Had

A lot of my students tell me that they have trouble understanding sentences that contain have had or had had in the same sentence. It seems strange, but it is correct! In this English lesson I’m going to show you

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Go Natural English Blog

How To Use “Have Had”

Hi, how are you? Vanessa here. Have you had a good day today so far? Many of my English students asked me how to use “have had” correctly. We’ll talk about what you need to know, give you lots of

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