Do you feel frustrated or embarrassed because you’ve studied for years but still feel stuck in English? Here are 5 reasons why and how to get unstuck.
Get the best ways to get English speaking practice for your everyday life, no matter how shy you feel or where you live. Daily practice is essential for fluency and confidence.
Do you want to be interesting in English conversations? The good news is, it’s easier than you think & the secret to it might surprise you. I’ll show you how in 6 easy steps.
Have you ever felt shocked when a colleague or friend says something like, “Wow, you look terrible!” or “That’s not a great haircut on you.” Here’s what to say when someone is rude in English.
Here’s how to politely deal with those uncomfortable questions you don’t want to answer in English and move on in the conversation.
In episode 4 of Confident English Spotlight, I talk (laugh) with Cida about her move to the United States 2 years ago, her work as a lawyer & an aromatherapist, and how to be successful in English.
In episode 2 of Confident English Spotlight, I talk with Emilia about moving to the United States, working as a scientist, how she has become more fluent in English and her favorite English word for love.
After years of practice, is speaking English still stressful, uncomfortable, and frustrating for you? If English fluency and confidence is your goal and you’ve been studying for years but you still feel shy or nervous, you might be making one of these mistakes. Learn how to avoid these 5 mistakes today.
This interview is different from my usual Confident English lessons. In episode 1 of my new Confident English Spotlight series, I interview Beatriz – a transportation expert in Spain who has overcome her fears in English. Plus we chat about foods in Spain, trekking, favorite English words and much more. Join me for this fun opportunity to highlight an amazing member of our Confident English Community.