Posts Tagged ‘e-learning’

5 Tips to Improve English Fluency with English Outside the Box

5 Tips to Improve English Fluency from an English Learner

Every week I provide English lessons and some of my favorite tips and recommendations for building your English skills. I am confident in my advice, because not only am I an English teacher, I have also learned (two) languages, so I know what works and what doesn’t. However, I haven’t learned English as a second…

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TOEFL Writing Tips for the Independent Essay

Oh, the TOEFL test. If you are not familiar with the TOEFL, then let me give you a little information. It stands for “Test of English as a Foreign Language,” and is an exam that is often required for non-native English speakers who wish to work, study, and (sometimes) live abroad. Most universities will require this…

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Speak Better: Really Learn English Grammar

So you want to speak better English, right? You want people to understand you when you try and communicate with them, and you want to understand what other people are saying. However, if you’re like most students (I am sorry to generalize), then you probably don’t like studying grammar. You might even be someone who…

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Learn English online with a bitmoji. Free English lessons for teachers

Learn English and 5 Trends with your Bitmoji Keyboard.

Before you start, or I should say continue reading, I want you to look around the area you are: your desk, couch, table, or wherever you may be. How close is your phone? I would bet you a million dollars (if I had a million dollars or liked gambling) that your phone is very close…

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3 Free English Webinars to Improve your Language Skills

3 Free English Training Sessions *As of 2017, these training sessions have now passed— Click “learn English” on my website for current courses and training opportunities* All available online, from the comfort of your own home Hello, and happy day to you! I wanted to do a quick post and tell you about these online English…

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