Confident English Collections
Have better conversations in English by building confidence, improving your fluency, and advancing your vocabulary with the real language native speakers use today.
Recommend vs. suggest are both used to give advice but using them correctly can be a challenge due to specific grammatical structures. Not anymore.
Strategies to reclaim momentum and stay motivated to reach your English confidence and fluency goals. Plus a FREE download to get you started.
Describe your feelings in English, how to use the future forms, successful small talk at work, leading online meetings, and more… check out the Top 5 Lessons from 2021.
A gratitude practice leads to feeling more positive & an improved sense of well-being. Use these 6 must-have phrases to express gratitude in English.
Networking in English is particularly challenging if you’re naturally introverted or feel shy using English. If you struggle with finding the right words or questions, here are 6 effective strategies.
Order what you want. Ask about the menu. Make reservations. Use these 41 common restaurant collocations to communicate with confidence every time you go to a restaurant in English.
You might recognize universal signs of happiness or anger, but how do you describe the expression on someone’s face? Here’s how to describe what someone is doing with their eyebrows, eyes, mouth, and chin.
Use these easy-to-use clarifying questions to successfully follow and stay engaged in an English conversation. No more feeling lost or confused.
Use these 3 expert strategies to express your opposing idea and point of view so that your voice is heard without upsetting the conversation.
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