Never Stop Improving! 16 Inspiring and Entertaining TED Talks for English Language Learners

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Picture a campfire—a pile of burning wood in the middle of a camp.

The fire itself is not special, but what happens around it is.

Generally, people sit near it and share stories.

Sometimes the stories are scary, but many …

8 Websites with Test Practice to Pump Up Your English Listening Skills

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Ready to exercise your English listening skills?

Many people think that listening is one of those language-learning skills that you’re either good at or you’re not. And for this reason, a lot of students get nervous when they think …

English Learning Goldmine: 14 Movies, Shows and Videos with Subtitles for Language Learners

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English movies and shows can be hard to understand.

The actors speak too fast.

Too many people speak at once.

Sometimes things are blowing up in the background.

Other times, we are simply distracted by the beauty of the set.…

Meet MOOCs: How to Study English at the Best Universities in the Whole World

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Have you ever dreamed of studying at Harvard, Cambridge or MIT?

Now you can!

Thanks to the internet, you can take classes at the best universities in the world—no matter where you live.

These classes are offered as MOOCs

Punctuation Pro! The Ultimate Guide to Mastering English Punctuation Marks

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Punctuation mistakes can cost millions of dollars.

Just ask the dairy company who lost a lawsuit due to a missing comma.

They can also spark fiery debates that ignite a whole country.

Think about punctuation’s importance to American gun

Check In Champion: 20 Essential English Phrases for Hotel Receptionists

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Imagine yourself going on vacation in some faraway land.

You get off the plane at the airport and find your way to a hotel.

You walk in the door, and who’s the first person to greet and welcome you …

60+ Handy English Medical Vocabulary Terms for Sticky Situations

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Doctors use some strange words.

Synchronous diaphragmatic flutter? 

Sternutate? 

Borborygmus?

Yep, these are real words.

And they refer to hiccups (synchronous diaphragmatic flutter)sneezes (sternutate) and stomach growls (borborygmus).

Can you believe that? It seems that …