The 7 Best English TV Sites Made for Language Learners

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As a kid, I loved to watch TV—especially English cartoons.

But there were often words and phrases I didn’t understand.

So, I would guess at the meaning from the context and the reactions of other characters. Sometimes, I would …

Gymglish Review: An Engaging English Tool (for Some)

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I’ve always liked learning things on my own, at my own pace.

So when I first decided to learn a new language, I naturally turned to the internet. By being dedicated, setting deadlines and—importantly—using the right language programs

How to Learn English Reading in 10 Smart Steps

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Some of the best-selling and most-loved books of all time were written in English.

Maybe you’ve already learned about Shakespeare’s plays or Jane Austen’s novels.

Maybe you’ve read modern books from authors such as JK Rowling, Stephen King

How to Improve English Speaking Long-term

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Practice makes perfect…

Use it or lose it…

Yeah, yeah, I have heard that before!

We all know that to improve English, it is important to practice a lot.

But that is not really the most helpful advice for …

Top 12 English Listening Practice Audio & Tests to Improve Comprehension

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Let’s face it: you won’t get fluent without English listening practice.

When I was a new language learner, I mistakenly thought that speaking correctly was all that mattered.

I poured over vocabulary books and grammar guides. I could easily introduce …

Longer Is Better: 14 English Learning Videos for Hours of Lessons

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As English speakers often say, sometimes “less is more.”

Like when you are using a strong spice, or decorating a small room.

But let’s face it—sometimes more is more.

Like when you are looking for the best English

The 15 Best Online English Intermediate Courses for B1, B2 and Beyond

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Have you heard about “Middle Child Syndrome?”

It sounds like a disease, but it is not.

It is a theory about how middle children (people with both older and younger siblings) often feel ignored.

Unlike the oldest child, they are …