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So, Too, Neither, Either: Additions and Agreeing in English

Hello and welcome to English Outside the Box’s official new look. What do you think? It’s been a little quiet around here (sincerest apologies) because I’ve been waiting to upload this newest “5 Minute English” post on the new and improved website and blog. I would love to invite you to have a look around…

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The “ER” Sound in American English

I’ve been noticing consistent pronunciation difficulties in my private lessons lately, specifically with students having difficulty with the “ER” sound in English. The problems have been with students who speak various languages, and even at multiple levels! These problems come because of issues not only with the sound the consonant “R” makes, but also because…

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Learning Outside the Box with Instagram: Better English & English Expressions + Video Interview

We’re continuing on with Learning Outside the Box with Instagram series and featuring an Instagram star, Dan aka (*also known as*) @ betterenglish. I think I first noticed Dan and his videos months ago, and they immediately stood out (*got my attention*). The videos are witty (*funny*), entertaining, and best of all, they teach English…

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Understanding Causative Verbs in English

Understanding Causative Verbs in English: make, have, let, help, get

Hello 2016! WELCOME regular followers of English Outside the Box and WELCOME to English Outside the Box if you are just joining. 2016 is going to be a great year, full of so much English. I will be making some changes, don’t worry it will be for the better, as well as sharing some exciting…

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August Learning Plan: Week 2 Speaking Challenge!

Happy Hump Day English learners and lovers! Welcome to week 2 of the August Learning Plan, 7 days dedicated to SPEAKING! This is something that the majority of English learners want to practice, something that I get asked about all the time. If you are someone who wants to.. improve conversational abilities gain more confidence…

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