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how to study English when you don't have time

5 Tips about How to Study English when you don’t have Time

Does this sound like you? “I want to learn English, but I just don’t have the time! I have too much to do.” Or, “I have too many people to take care of, and not enough time for me.” If it is, then today’s post is for you! In this video lesson, I am sharing 5 tips about…

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practice and improve writing in english

8 Ways to Practice and Improve Writing in English

A lot of English learners don’t realize the importance of writing in English. If you are one of these learners, you might think that you don’t need to practice writing because you only want to use English while traveling or informally with friends, for example. Many students believe that they can ignore writing if their…

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improve listening skills in English

8 Ways to Improve Listening Skills in English

A new Everyday English Lesson is ready for you with tips to improve listening skills in English. These Everyday English lessons focus on the skills you need to travel, work and study using English more comfortably and confidently. This month, we are coming back and reviewing the exercises from last year’s October Learning Plan. Last…

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7 ways to learn vocabulary in english

7 Ways to Learn Vocabulary in English

What’s the key to English fluency and success? You must understand that English fluency is like a big 100000 piece puzzle that takes dedication, hard work, lots of thinking and strategy, as well as knowing what pieces are needed to finish it. A lot of those pieces (to the English fluency puzzle) are a variety…

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how to pronounce contractions in American English

American English Pronunciation: Negative Contractions and the ending -T

The letter “T” in American English is a tricky (*challenging*) sound to master and perfect because of the variations it has when being used in conversations. Did you know there are 4 different ways you can pronounce the “T” [in American English]? Sometimes it can sound like a “T”, or a “D”, while other times…

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