Learning English Tips

4 Ways That Repetition Leads To Perfection

How long does it take to really know something or learn something? One way to get good at something is to do it more than once. Repetition leads to “perfection” – or at least, great improvement. It’s the same with learning English. If you want to remember a word, or get more fluent, repeated practice… Read More

English In The Time Of Coronavirus

If you’re self-isolating at home, you probably feel a little bored and anxious. But there are ways to stay “sane” when the world is changing every second. In fact, there’s a lot you can do now, so that when we’re finally finished with the pandemic, you’ll be ready to face the world again! Here are… Read More

The Best Method To Speak English Fluently

Most people start learning English at school – but even after years of study they still aren’t fluent. Why is this? Is there a better method to become fluent? Most of what you learn in typical English lessons doesn’t help you with fluency. It can help with passing exams and tests, but there are other… Read More

The 4 Stages Of Learning English

There are four stages of learning English – and each one is an important stage in the journey. Where are you on your English journey? Do you feel that you are at the beginning, where you only use certain, “sure” phrases or vocabulary? Or are you in a learning stage, where you’re happy to experiment,… Read More

5 Top Tips For Learning English

Learning a language is one of the most rewarding things you can do. But it can also be a frustrating process. So if you’re feeling demotivated and unhappy, get positive again with these five top tips for learning English. They’ll help you make the most of your time so you get the best results quickly.… Read More

5 Quick Grammar Fixes

Here are five very common English grammar mistakes which can cause misunderstandings. If you’re at an intermediate level of English, check them out! When you fix these mistakes, your English will become more accurate – and easier to understand. ‘Like’ And ‘As’ Typical mistakes“As you, I think…”“He works like a teacher.” The fixes1. We use… Read More

5 Secrets For Fluent English Conversations

How can you have a fluent conversation in English? Do you need perfect grammar, pronunciation or vocabulary? In fact, you can have more fluent conversations if you use a few strategies (and phrases) to help you “navigate” through a conversation. Copy these 5 “secrets” and ideas from successful English learners and your English conversations will… Read More

4 Fun Ways To Learn English

For a long-term project like learning a language, make sure you’re also having fun so that you can stay motivated. Here are some ideas for ways to learn English that don’t feel too serious. They’re perfect for summer holidays! Netflix And TV Series When you “get into” a TV program or series, you forget that… Read More