Did you know it’s common in daily conversation & in job interviews to hear this question: “So, how would you describe yourself?” — How would you answer the question? Use this lesson to learn real-life English vocabulary for describing personalities in English.
Do you feel totally confused listening to native English speakers? Learn how to use real, natural, spontaneous speech to help you understand conversational English in this lesson from my special guest – Cara at Leo Listening.
Getting the job you love could change your life, right? In Part 5 of our series on Job Interviews in English: 4 Surprising Tips for a Successful Job Interview.
Advance your English vocabulary with personal stories. Three women in the Confident English Community have shared their personal stories & opinions on the topics of women, female heroes, and International Women’s Day.
A lesson on advanced grammar in English. Do you feel frustrated with grammar when speaking English? Not sure when to use a gerund vs. an infinitive? Use this lesson to advance your know-how & get practice.
FOMO. LMAO. IMO. FBO. IRL. Confused by all that Internet slang in English? Here’s your ultimate list – with explanations and examples – so you can start using it online today.
Do you ever feel so frightened in English that you can’t speak? Good news! Use these simple questions, plus some useful pronunciation tips, to succeed in conversations… even when you don’t understand something!
Feeling cold & bummed out about the winter? Check out these English idioms to bring some joy into your day! And the good news is you can use them any time… not just in the winter.
If I had studied abroad when I was young, I might have made more progress in my English. Learn how & why we really use the Third Conditional in English! This is part 3 of a series on using the conditionals in English.
If I had a month of vacation time & more money, I’d travel the world. Don’t just learn the grammar rules! Learn how we use the second conditional in real life. This is part 2 in a series on using the conditionals in English.
“If I eat another cookie, I’ll regret it in the morning!” Don’t just learn grammar rules… learn how & why we use the zero & first conditionals in daily life. This is part 1 of a series on using the conditionals in English.
Surprising ways we use vocabulary & grammar to be polite or to be kind in English. Learn how you can use these strategies with your friends & colleagues.
Tired of the same level in English? Wish you could finally make real progress? Learn 3 reasons why you’re stuck, learn how others have made real changes in their English, PLUS download your 2017 Fluency Goals Guide!
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.
New ways to say hello and thank you, avoid common mistakes in emails, prepare for job interviews and much more. Here are the most popular lessons from 2016.
Do you love special foods for celebrating holidays? Join me in my kitchen today to learn about my favorite holiday recipe. Advance your English vocabulary for the kitchen and for baking!
The holidays are coming quickly! Are you ready to talk to your friends and colleagues about your holiday plans? Get everything you need in this lesson.
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 ______.”?
Do you want to be successful and effective in English? Now you can be. Get 6 tips to lead a successful meeting in English plus the most useful expressions.
Say thank you more naturally in English with new expressions. Share your gratitude with friends, family, colleagues, and business contacts.