Learn and practice negative adjectives and idioms to describe people and their personalities in English. Advance your English vocabulary.
Do you want to spend less time thinking about what to write in an email in English? Learn how to sound professional & friendly in every email you write with this lesson.
Is riding on a ferris wheel fun or funny? Is your best friend funny or fun or both? Learn the difference between these two similar words & whether you’re using them correctly.
Would you say that you have a larger-than-life personality or are you an old soul? Not sure? No problem. After today’s lesson, you’ll easily describe yourself and other people in positive ways with advanced language in English.
Do you get worried about how to answer the telephone when an English speaker calls you? Nervous about your pronunciation or whether you’re using the right words? In today’s lesson we focus on using the telephone in your everyday English life.
I *used to* wake up at 5:00 a.m. every morning vs. I *am used to* waking up at 5:00 a.m. every morning. Do these two sentences mean the same thing? Not sure? Find out in the lesson plus learn how to use them correctly.
Let’s be honest, we all have terrible days. Something happens that is out of our control and we feel frustrated. Your boss just told you that you have to work this weekend and it’s your birthday. What do we want to do in these situations? Complain!
Do you get confused or frustrated with the prepositions TO and FOR in English? You’re not alone. And the good news is, after today you’ll know exactly how and when to use these prepositions in your daily English conversations.
A bit of adventure, a flat tire, and a whole lot of beauty. Add some new language to your daily English with this lesson and then share your best travel story!
Have you ever heard someone say, “Don’t mention it” or what about “No problem” – do you know what these mean? Add these useful expressions and several more to your English.
Do you get confused using MODALS in English? Modals are those words such as could, would, should, might, may… but what do they mean? When should you use them? Today we’re going to focus specifically on 5 real-life situations where you can use COULD to communicate with confidence in English.
You might be surprised how often we use negotiating skills in English. Are you planning to ask for a salary increase? Negotiating for a new position or the terms of an agreement? This lesson will help you prepare for success.
Did you know it’s common in daily conversation & in job interviews to hear this question: “So, how would you describe yourself?” — How would you answer the question? Use this lesson to learn real-life English vocabulary for describing personalities in English.
Do you feel totally confused listening to native English speakers? Learn how to use real, natural, spontaneous speech to help you understand conversational English in this lesson from my special guest – Cara at Leo Listening.
Getting the job you love could change your life, right? In Part 5 of our series on Job Interviews in English: 4 Surprising Tips for a Successful Job Interview.
Advance your English vocabulary with personal stories. Three women in the Confident English Community have shared their personal stories & opinions on the topics of women, female heroes, and International Women’s Day.
A lesson on advanced grammar in English. Do you feel frustrated with grammar when speaking English? Not sure when to use a gerund vs. an infinitive? Use this lesson to advance your know-how & get practice.
FOMO. LMAO. IMO. FBO. IRL. Confused by all that Internet slang in English? Here’s your ultimate list – with explanations and examples – so you can start using it online today.
Do you ever feel so frightened in English that you can’t speak? Good news! Use these simple questions, plus some useful pronunciation tips, to succeed in conversations… even when you don’t understand something!
Feeling cold & bummed out about the winter? Check out these English idioms to bring some joy into your day! And the good news is you can use them any time… not just in the winter.