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be fluent in english

The Best of “5 Minute English” for English Fluency

In order to be fluent in English you need to be able to “express yourself easily”. Although many learners only think of speaking skills when it comes to fluency and expressing oneself, this isn’t true! In order to be fluent, you have to master a variety of skills. You need to understand grammar. Your listening skills…

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English idioms with town

English Idioms with TOWN

I am out of town this week; however, I still want you guys to learn helpful everyday English skills which is why you have this short (but very sweet) video teaching you English idioms with town! As I’ve explained in the past, learning idioms (and expressions) by a theme is a great way to memorize…

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Understanding the English Perfect Tenses

Understanding the English Perfect Tenses

From time to time I ask my Instagram students what they need and want to learn. Sometimes I’ll ask which specific questions they have, or ask them to share which topics they want more of (whether it’s grammar, vocabulary, writing, etc…). There is usually a pattern, English learners are confused and want a better understanding of the…

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Tips to Make English Studying a Habit

5 Tips to Make English Studying a Habit

“I should study more.” “I need to improve my vocabulary.” I want to speak better.” When I asked my students about what they wanted to achieve in 2017 these were some of the top responses. These goals are quite common when a new year begins, because it’s normal and natural for people to want to make…

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English Success Story

English Success Story: Nicola at Berlin and Other Stories

As this year comes to an end and a new year is quickly approaching, you may be one of the people making New Year’s resolutions. Resolutions are the promises you make to yourself  that you’ll make effort to do/change something that you now you should do/change. These are common in the new year, and often include…

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