Here’s how to politely deal with those uncomfortable questions you don’t want to answer in English and move on in the conversation.
You might be surprised how native speakers give and get directions in English. In this lesson, get the real language that textbooks don’t tell you about so you can easily understand and give directions.
Not sure what to say when someone says, “You look amazing” or “You did an awesome job.” The truth is, we have right and wrong ways to respond to a compliment in English. Find out exactly what they are.
Stop feeling stuck and get the modern travel English you need for international flights, dealing with wifi and digital needs, staying in touch while traveling, and considering where to stay or eat.
Avoid saying something awkward like, “Umm, I’m done” when in English. Instead, learn 4 effective strategies for how to finish speaking in English.
Recently, I received a question about how to interrupt someone politely in English. It’s generally considered rude to interrupt someone so it’s important to do it correctly. Get 6 strategies plus useful phrases for interrupting someone politely in English.
If you’re not feeling well, how can you talk about it with a doctor? And what should you say to your boss if you can’t go to work? Find out how to talk about feeling sick in English.
Get the skills and the language you need to create connections, build relationships, and be friendly in English. Five easy-to-use strategies you can begin using today.
Searching for the word you need or forgetting an important expression is a terrible feeling when you’re speaking. Get 3 simple strategies to help you find the right word or continue the conversation when you feel stuck in English.
In this Confident English lesson, I answer a question I received by email on how to talk about winter weather and the winter season in English, particularly some of the positive parts like winter sports or how beautiful the world looks after some snow. Join me for the full lesson.