Want an English learning resource that’s new every single day?
Then you better start to learn English through news!
News is called “news” for a reason.
It’s fresh and current. Every day, there are new articles to read in the …
This week, FluentU is excited to announce that we’ve published our 1,000th English language video in our library!!
We may be at 1,000 already, but we’re not planning on stopping anytime soon and will continue to bring you more videos!…
We are really excited to share some good news.
The wait is over!
Now anyone can sign up for FluentU English!
If you’ve been waiting for access, you can try it right away.
In case you didn’t know, FluentU English …
So you’re looking for a job.
Searching for jobs is already stressful.
It’s even more nerve-wracking (stressful) when they finally call you up for an interview.
And once you’ve got the job interview, congratulations…
…but now you’ve got something else …
Sport is a great topic to talk about with any friend if you’re passionate about it.
Why not use it as a chance to learn more English vocabulary?
Here are all the football words and phrases you need to …
So, you already know that movies are a great way to learn English.
And you also know that TV shows are a great way to expand your English vocabulary.
But there’s only one problem!
You’ve got nothing to …
Tired of the classroom, flashcards, and repetition?
Listen to a podcast show in English.
I’m not talking about an English learning podcast, but a science, entertainment, news or comedy show aimed at native speakers.
There are so many benefits. …
So, you want to speak English well?
You can start by learning common English idioms.
You can also start speaking naturally by learning some American slang.
But before you do all that, it’s important to make sure …
Are you tired of your English grammar books?
Had enough repetitive exercises for learning English?
When you get home, doing even more English exercises is probably the last thing you want to do.
Sometimes all you want to do is …
Already watching movies to learn English?
And can’t stop learning English with those ’90s sitcoms?
We’ve got an idea that will not just expand your English vocabulary, but also expand your mind.
We’re talking about sci-fi TV shows!…
Learning English from TV…
…but run out of shows to watch?
You could learn English with songs.
You could also learn English through movies.
And you could also learn from the best TV shows of all …
Do you like movies?
Who doesn’t, right?
Well, here’s a hack for you. (A “hack” is a “trick” or “shortcut”).
How about learning English with movies and films?
Why Learn English with Movies and Films?
Watching movies in English …
What’s the best and worst part about learning English online?
The best part?
All of the great free stuff.
After all, you can learn English through music for free.
There are also lots of great resources to learn English through …
Learning a language is a sensory (sight, sound, smell, taste and touch) experience!
You learn not only by looking at the language, but also by hearing it—and one day, smelling, tasting and touching it too.
If you want to …
American slang can make things so tricky for English learners.
Has this ever happened to you?
Your friend asks: “Hey, what’s up?”
You respond: “Um, the sky?”
Your friend was really asking you, “How is it going/How are you?”…
Do you want to learn how to speak English well?
Are you also looking for a shortcut to English fluency?
We don’t have tricks that will give you perfect English in five minutes a day.
But we do have solid …
Have you tried to learn English with YouTube?
YouTube isn’t just about cats and silly videos anymore.
You’ll quickly find thousands of English learning videos on YouTube—for free.
But then how will you know what to watch?
To help …
Are you madly in love with someone?
Are you also learning English?
Then make them swoon this Valentine’s Day with this vocabulary list of romantic English words.
With these detailed explanations and examples, you’ll make them fall madly in love …
Why is it so important to learn English idioms?
Well, say you’re in an American bar.
It’s loud, but you can hear what people are saying.
Someone is talking about hitting books…
…another is talking about twisting someone’s …
Tired of saying “goodbye”?
Want to take your boring “goodbye” and turn it into something friendlier or more interesting?
You’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re an ESL student looking to speak more naturally with your English-speaking friends, or …
You probably already know “hello” and “how are you?”
However, English speakers don’t always say “hello” and “how are you?”
They also use many other English greetings and expressions to say slightly different things.
You can also use such English …
Pretty much everyone likes to learn English with songs, right?
I mean, you probably already hear the top English songs on the radio every day.
And listening to English music is a lot more fun than drilling grammar concepts (although …