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25
OCT
2017

5 Reasons To Stop Being Embarrassed of Your Accent

Have you ever tried speaking English with a native speaker, knowing your words were correct, but the person couldn’t understand your accent? Did you suddenly become shy, embarrassed, and stop talking? That’s a typical problem for many English learners, and it’s a common reaction to ha
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29
SEP
2017

5 Ways Doing Theater Helps You Learn English

Do you enjoy watching movies? What about going to the theater to see a play? You don’t have to go all the way to Broadway: most towns have their own theater groups and local theaters for performances. Maybe you enjoy these things but have never acted in theater yourself…bu
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19
JUN
2017

Can The English Language Help Save The World?

Are you one of the nearly 2 billion people* in the world who are learning English as a foreign language right now? English isn’t the most spoken language in the world (Chinese and Spanish hold those titles) but with over 1 billion speakers, it is starting to catch up. The number of pe
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19
MAY
2017

6 Do’s and Don’ts When You Travel Abroad to Learn English

You have probably heard that the easiest and most effective way to learn a language is to travel to a country and become immersed in the language. This is a well-known technique for improving your level of a language, or learning as a true beginner. But sometimes taking a linguistic h
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27
APR
2017

How Do You Say the Plural “You”? English Lesson

If you are a native speaker of a language like French, Spanish, or Italian, you know that there is a plural form of the word “you” which is used when you are speaking to more than one person, such as a couple, or a group of friends or colleagues. But for people learning English, this
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27
MAR
2017

10 Errors to Avoid on Your CV in English, Part 1: Errors 1-5

How can you be sure the recruiter looks at your CV for more than 6 seconds? By eliminating the most frequent errors on CVs in English created by French-speaking candidates. In this 2-part series, you’ll learn exactly how to make your CV attractive, so the recruiter calls you for an in
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24
MAR
2017

What is the Secret to Language Immersion?

If you are trying to learn a language like English, you have probably heard about immersion language learning, or ILL. This is because immersion learning is the most effective way to acquire a language. And I say ‘acquire’ because that is exactly what the brain does—it slowly begins t
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28
FEB
2017

Why are there so many English accents and dialects? (with video!)

If you are learning English, or even if you already speak English fluently, you have probably heard some English accents that you find easier or more difficult to understand. This can be true even for native English speakers when they travel to different countries—most famously Irelan
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08
JUN
2016

Comparative adjectives : Grammar Lesson

Comparative Adjectives . This grammar lesson will teach you how to correctly use the comparative adjectives! Superiority adjectives have a simple rule, they only change according to their lengh. Short adjectives end with -er (short = shorter) and the word « more » is added to the long
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