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Even Introverts Can Make English Public Speaking Easy with These 5 Techniques


What could be feared more than death?

Apparently, for some people, it is public speaking!

The fear of public speaking has its own term: glossophobia.

You might understand this fear if you are an English language learner who …

What Is Academic English? 3 Rules to Learn Before Your Next Assignment


You’re sitting in class, listening to your professor.

Everything seems to make sense.

You’re nodding along and writing your notes.

But things change when you get back home.

Suddenly, your notes aren’t so clear.

You glance at your next reading …

How to Speak English with Kids at Home: 6 Fun Ideas for Daily Learning


If you speak English, you’re able to communicate with 20% of the people on Earth.

That’s 1.5 billion people!

Now that’s a lot of potential new friends, connections and employers.

Why not give the kids in your life such amazing

10+ Resources for Learning How to Speak English Without an Accent


There’s nothing more frustrating than not being understood.

I lived in South Korea for four years. During that time, I took Korean lessons at the local university and practiced my speaking skills every day.

And no matter how hard I …

Scared for Your Oral Presentation in English? Follow This 6-step Example


When you stand up for an oral presentation, you want to feel like a rockstar.

Confident. Cool. Ready to blow the audience away.

That is the ideal situation, anyways.

In real life, most people—even native English speakers—feel totally the

Listen, Speak and Write Better Through English Listening Practice


Have you ever fallen asleep with an English TV or radio show on?

Sleeping with English audio on might give you a sweet dream about speaking English like a native. Maybe you could even wake up with that superpower!

Well, …

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