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Do you need to communicate in English at work? What do you think is the most difficult aspect of using English at work? Many English language learners feel that it is more difficult to have a conversation, especially with a native speaker. But why? Firstly, a lot of native English speakers do not speak slowerRead More
Do you keep up to date with the news? Do you prefer newspapers, television or radio news broadcasts, or do you have news apps on your phone? If you like to follow the latest news stories and current affairs, then you can also use it to improve your English skills. Today, we are giving ideasRead More
Do you need English for work? Many companies around the world have international offices and clients, and so the main language of communication is English. Which type of communication is the most difficult? Many language learners feel that it is more difficult to speak on the phone in English than writing emails. They can alsoRead More
Previously, we looked at ways to develop your English skills while relaxing and watching the TV. Many also enjoy listening to music in their free time, and this week we’re giving ideas of how you can learn English by listening to music as well. I’m sure we all remember the songs that we learnt whenRead More
Do you work in an international environment? Do you need to speak or write emails in English with colleagues and clients? Last week, we looked at business idioms that are commonly used in the workplace. It is a great idea to develop business English vocabulary, because it helps you to better understand native speakers andRead More
When you come home after a hard day’s work, do you really want to sit down and learn English? There is a good chance that you just want to relax. Maybe you like going to the gym, playing sport, meeting friends, or getting comfortable and watching television. Then, you remember that you still need toRead More
Here are some business idioms which you can use to improve English speaking at work. The problem with idioms is that you can’t always guess the meaning just by looking at the individual words. These are expressions which you need learn as one item, and we have five English idioms to get you started. WeRead More
We all know that English is used in companies all over the world, and naturally, many business professionals require a good level of English to communicate at work. We also know that when you have a full-time job, maybe a family as well, you have to plan your free time carefully. So, you want toRead More
Two of the most commonly asked questions asked by English language students are: How long does it take to learn English? How long does it take to become fluent in English? There are several language learning products which also give an attractive answer, such as: “Fluent in 3 months” “Learn English in 30 days” DoesRead More
Do you need some helpful listening tips for English proficiency exams? No problem! We have collected some useful advice and ideas for the listening component of official English examinations. This includes recommendations to help you with English exams, including speaking tips, reading tips and writing tips. What do English listening tests include? The listening componentRead More