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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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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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Learn English Online with English Outside the Box 31 Daily Lessons to Improve English Listening Fluency

October Learning Plan: 31 Daily English Lessons – Week 2 Listening

Take a minute to think about all of the situations you need listening skills [in English] in your life. You need these skills for entertainment, like listening to music and watching TV/movies. You’ll need listening skills to live abroad in an English speaking country, like when you go to the local shops, when you need…

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Improve English with Music and English Outside the Box

Improve your English skills with Music

Love music as much as I do? If the answer is yes, then I really hope you are using music to improve your language skills. If you’re not, or you’re not quite sure how, then this suggestion and these tips will help you make the most out of something you love. A great way to…

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Undocumented immigrant can practice law in California

Sergio Garcia’s story Watch the video above, and read the article at this link: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/01/08/America-s-First-Illegal-Immigrant-Lawyer-May-Run-For-California-Governor Summarize what you understood from the article. In addition, 1) what are your thoughts to this ‘controversy’? 2) Should Sergio be allowed to practice law? Why or why not? Other related articles: CNN: http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/02/justice/california-immigrant-lawyer/

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