If you don’t understand what other people say, it’s a good idea to ask for clarification instead of saying: “I don’t understand” or “Sorry, my English is very bad” Here there is a list of useful expressions for asking for clarification. These expressions will help you speak fluently and communicate better with your classmates orContinue reading “Useful English Phrases for Better Communication”
Learning English is not only about learning grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. It’s also important to develop healthy habits. Speaking English is a skill. You need to have healthy habits in order to see results . Here I share with your some healthy habits that are required to improve your English and make you feel great.Continue reading “Healthy English”
Do have difficulties forming questions in English? I know! Question forms are tricky. Sometimes we need to invert the subject and the verb, other times we need to add an auxiliary verb, and other times we need to invert the subject and the auxiliary. Here there is a list of the most common English mistakesContinue reading “Question Formation Common mistakes -Be…? Do…? Have…?”
Do you need motivation to practice English outside the classroom? Choose your favourite activity and do it in English. Need some ideas? Here I share some fun ideas that you can do anytime. What’s your favourite activity to practice English outside the classroom? FREE FUN RESOURCES TO PRACTICE ENGLISH: Karaoke: https://lyricstraining.com/en/ Tongue twisters: Lip sync:Continue reading “Fun activities to practice English”
Workout for your English muscles A great way to improve your pronunciation and fluency is by saying tongue twisters as fast as you can. Tongue twisters are great to exercise your English muscles. Are you ready to complete this fun challenge? Have you completed Intensity level 1 and 2? If not, click the button below.Continue reading “The Tongue Twister Challenge (Intensity Level 3)”
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Is it possible to learn how to speak a language fluently from non-native speakers?