Posts Tagged ‘English fluency’

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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Improve English fluency breaking bad and bloodline

Improve English Fluency with Breaking Bad and Bloodline

Have you ever watched a TV show that you just couldn’t get enough of? If you can’t get enough of something, that means you really like it and want a lot of it or a large quantity of it. Have you ever been so hooked on (*so interested in*) a TV show that you wanted…

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English idioms with feet

15 English Idioms with FEET

As you (now) know, everything I teach on this blog, Instagram, YouTube, and other teaching platforms is #REALenglish. I use this hashtag to let my learners, to let you, know that what I am teaching you is useful for your everyday English use and conversations. Nothing is ever outdated (*old*) or too formal for conversations.…

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Understand confusing words in English

Confusing Words in English

We’ve been talking a lot about improving your English fluency on this blog the past couple of weeks, and if you’ve been active in participation, you have already found a conversation partner and are communicating in English much more often than before. Now that you’re communicating more and building confidence, how do you know if…

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Be fluent in English: Prepare for any speaking situation

How You Can Be Prepared for Any Speaking Situation in English

Welcome back to another special blog + video lesson! [Or, if it’s your first time, welcome to learning outside the box!] As you know, the last few weeks have been extra special here on English Outside the Box, because they focused on your October Learning Plan. This week is unique as well because you are going to…

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