How can you best express your support for a friend’s idea, opinion, or decision? You could say, “I support you.” But there are better ways to say this.
Learn to talk about future hopes in English without using the word ‘hope.’ Instead, use advanced level English grammar to express nuance in your meaning. Nuance creates more variety and personality when you speak so you can say precisely what you want.
English collocations are the words that native English speakers combine naturally. Like ‘make new friends’ (not ‘create new friends’). Learn 25 English collocations with the word stay to sound more natural and fluent in your English conversation.
Get 5 strategies to respond to interruptions in English so you can finish what you want to say, even when someone is rude. Plus, how to prevent interruptions from happening.
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.
Learn 20 different ways English speakers ask ‘how are you?’ With each, you’ll know exactly what the question is really asking, how to best respond, and how it might sound (the pronunciation isn’t always the same as what you see in writing).
Learn how to celebrate good news & congratulate someone in English for a variety of casual or formal situations like a job promotion, successful project, wedding, and more.
Get 31 idioms, phrasal verbs, collocations, and more to have confident English conversations about working from home, creating productive routines, and common challenges.
In times of crisis or grief, it’s difficult to know what to say and to find the right words to express kindness, comfort, and sympathy. This lesson will help you do that in English.
Learn to feel powerful and communicate easily in English. Get 3 simple strategies to improve your English communications skills, even if you’re shy.