Motivated for some serious English progress in 2017? Awesome! Let’s get started with some new phrasal verbs you can start using in daily conversation today such as to clam up, to brush up on, to make up, and to try on.
Whether you’re learning English for personal, social, or professional reasons, you are likely to end up in a situation where you must introduce yourself and tell someone or a group of people about you. How confident are you with your English introduction? Do you get stuck on what to say after, “Hello. I’m ______.”?
Did you know that, if you REALLY want something, you can do anything for 30 days. With today’s Confident English lesson, we’re going to find out what’s possible when you do something for 30 days in English. I’m going to challenge you!
A woman without her man is nothing. Without punctuation, this sentence is difficult to understand. What do you think the meaning of this sentence is? Using commas will improve your writing and make it easier to understand your meaning.
Are you ready to TAKE ON the challenge of learning new phrasal verbs in English? This week’s lesson is the perfect solution to increase your vocabulary with phrasal verbs so you can speak more naturally in your daily English life!
Did you learn to use WILL (Future Simple) when you talk about the future in English? Find out how to really talk about the future in English with this lesson. You’ll be able to speak naturally about your future plans, your dreams, predictions, and much more!
You can finally stop feeling awkward or nervous when you end a conversation in English! Use these 17 ways to say goodbye in English & end a conversation in any situation including business, informal, and casual situations.
In English, we say, “Music makes the world go round.” This expression shows the importance of music in our society and culture. Learn 8 English Idioms related to music to use in everyday conversation.
Want to speak more naturally in English? Learn these 10 phrasal verbs we often use in business or professional situations. You will hear these used in business meetings, office discussions, or English-speaking colleagues.
Do English articles (a, an, the) confuse you? Don’t worry! In this lesson, I answer your most common questions about articles and you have the opportunity to practice!