Learn to feel calm and confident when you do public speaking in English. These 5 tips will help you control your fear so you can communicate your ideas clearly.
Effective strategies to learn and remember new vocabulary in English so you can say exactly what you want. Plus common mistakes to avoid so you don’t forget new words or feel stuck.
Learn how to avoid using very and use stronger, more powerful words instead. You’ll learn to use the same words native speakers use and sound more creative in your English so you can express what you want.
Better ways to say ‘I don’t know’ at work. Use these alternatives when you *should* know the answer or when you’re not the expert but someone wants to know what you think.
Communicate professionally, sound confident & clear, and have the vocabulary you need for any situation with these 10 smart English words for work. (Plus they’re fun to say!)
Do you feel nervous and stuck in conversations at work? Get 3 easy conversation starters that are perfect for right now at the end of summer — use them at work, with your neighbors, and friends. Plus get the advanced vocabulary you need to sound natural in the conversation.
In Episode 12 of Confident English Spotlight, Tran talks about moving from Vietnam to London + the challenges of using English for work and daily life.
Excited or exciting? Bored or boring? If you feel frustrated with these confusing adjectives in English, you’re not alone. But I’ve got an easy fix so you always use the right word.
Learn and use 8 new English idioms about progress that native speakers use. Give updates to your boss about a project or talk about your personal goals with friends.