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The Well-rounded English Learner's Guide to 7 Different Types of English


English speakers aren’t robots.

Too bad, right?

Wouldn’t it be great if they all sounded exactly like Siri when they spoke?

Unfortunately for English learners, native speakers all have their own unique ways of talking. There are thousands of English

Journal Time! How to Master Intermediate English Grammar with Just Your Journal


Having trouble with intermediate English grammar?

Do you ever sit in English class and feel completely lost when the teacher talks about grammar?

That is how I felt when I was learning Spanish.

Every time the teacher would …

6 English Exercises Designed for Tourism and Hospitality


There’s a reason Hollywood loves to make hospitality movies.

I mean, the world of tourism is definitely not boring.

You see exciting places. You meet new (sometimes wild) people all the time. There’s a lot of drama and a …

Don’t Tell Me I Can’t! 12 Myths About Learning English


Envy is a strong word.

I’m sure we’re all very nice people, but envy is one of those negative emotions we feel when we see someone speaking English fluently.

Why would you be envious?

Well, because they make speaking …

The Importance of English: 5 Ways the Language Can Change Your Life


We all know that there are millions of English speakers across the globe.

But what makes English an important language, not just a common one?

Is it really worth putting all that time, effort and energy into learning English

Got Your Headphones On? Good! Now Learn English by Listening!


Unnerstandin’English’skindahardsometimes, yaknowhaddamean?

Did you get that?

No, it’s not the super-long name of a city in Wales.

It’s just the way that a native English speaker might say the phrase “Understanding English is kind of hard sometimes, you know

Feel the Rhythm of English and Improve Your Pronunciation!


Want to improve your pronunciation?

Then put down that textbook and learn to feel the rhythm of English!

Many English learners focus on improving their vocabulary and grammar without thinking much about rhythm—even though this is just as important …