Are You Learning English with Subtitles Yet? Start Today!

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Do you remember the first time you watched a movie with subtitles on?

You were probably a bit confused about how to read the subtitles and still pay attention to what was happening in the movie!

Subtitles translate the dialogue

Easy Short Stories Can Dramatically Improve Your English—See How Here!

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You can use your English to learn about other people’s lives, study history, experience new cultures and explore new places.

And you can do this without traveling anywhere!

All you need is a great story.

You probably already know …

30 Common English Words That Are Difficult to Spell for Everyone

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Have you ever encountered a word in English that you could not spell right, no matter how hard you tried?

Have you made a mistake trying to spell “acquaintance,” “colonel” or “rhythm”?

You are not alone!

There are so many …

15 Smart Sites for Learning English with Videos

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You’ve watched every episode of “Friends.”

You’ve watched many classic English movies (and read the books they were based on).

You even have some favorite ESL lesson channels on YouTube.

Now you want something different to watch and you’re not …

3 Popular Social Media Sites and 11 Ways to Improve Your English with Them

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No matter where you are on the journey of learning English, your English skills can always become better.

Progress is very important for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners alike.

You can always improve. To improve, you will need to practice …

How to Learn English by Reading Fun, Exciting Materials

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Is it your 2017 goal to reach fluency in English?

Imagine that you can realize this goal while reading leisurely, in your pajamas, next to a hot cup of your favorite coffee or tea.

It sounds amazing, doesn’t it?

Reading

Basic English: 30+ Golden Phrases That Are Incredibly Useful

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Do you want to say more than “Hi” and “How are you?”

And would you like to sound like a native English speaker now (instead of waiting until you reach the advanced level)?

You’re in the right place!

Below are …