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Say What You Feel: 15 Advanced English Phrases for Expressing Emotions

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It’s almost time for a summer vacation!

Are you screaming with excitement because you and your friends just planned a trip to the beach?

Are you over the moon to be getting some rest and relaxation?

Or are you just …

5 Science-backed Methods for Learning English with TV

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Who says TV is a waste of time?

With the right shows and the right learning techniques, TV can be an awesome tool for learning English.

Not sure you believe me?

Then just look at the research!

There are lots …

Let Your English Take You Places with English for Hotel Management

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You look outside the windows of the hotel to see waves crashing against the shore….

No, wait.

When you look outside, you want to see mountain tops covered in snow.

Maybe.

You know what? You don’t have to decide right …

11 Tips on How to Improve Your English Speaking Skills

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English is the world’s lingua franca, a common language that people with different native languages can use to communicate.

Thanks to English, people with completely different native languages—maybe Hindi, French and Japanese—can sit down and have a conversation together.…

3 Fun Ways to Practice English Listening for All Levels

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Were you one of those kids who used computer games to learn math?

Maybe you remember singing songs in elementary school to memorize information.

If so, then you know a little bit of fun and entertainment can be great for …

4 Awesome Kindle Hacks for English Learners

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Ever wish you had a superpower?

Some people wish they could be invisible.

Some wish they had X-ray vision and others wish they could fly.

Well, I cannot offer you any of that—but I can offer you some English language …

13 Words in English You’re Probably Misusing… and How to Fix Them!

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You think you know how to use the word “good,” right?

It was probably one of the first words you learned in English.

If you are like most people, you probably assume this is a simple, straightforward word. Easy.

But …