Learn the RIGHT way to ask questions in English for clear communication using intonation. Plus one intonation pattern NOT to use (if you want to sound confident).
Ready to improve your English pronunciation? In this special interview, I chat with Foster — a pronunciation expert and the founder of Inglês Nu E Cru.
Need to increase your English vocabulary? In this special guest interview with Ben of IELTSPodcast.com, we talk about smart strategies to increase vocabulary for IELTS, TOEFL and even for daily life.
Use idiomatic expressions to describe personalities in English, like ‘she’s a real lone wolf’ or ‘he’s a go-getter.’ Get 8 idioms you can add to your daily English and understand native speakers more easily.
Do you listen to native speakers and think: I wish I could speak faster, sound more fluent, and sound natural… just like a native speaker. Today I’m going to share one easy tip to help you do that.
Do you search for the right words when you explain what you think in English? Wish you had more vocabulary to do that easily in English? Good news. English collocations about what you think can help you do that!
When you are speaking English do you get stuck because you’re worried about making English grammar mistakes? Do you have that distracting voice in your head that makes you nervous and asks ‘was that right?‘
A student recently asked me why native English speakers use ‘so’ so much. In today’s lesson, I’m going to share with you several ways that we use the word so and why, so that you can use it in your daily English conversation and do it with confidence.
In a text, the word “good” can mean 😀 (great!), 🙂 (good), or 😐 (just okay). The emoji gives us the clue. But how do you do this when speaking? Intonation! Intonation changes meaning in English and is essential for advanced speaking skills. Learn how to use and understand intonation in English.