Effective strategies to learn and remember new vocabulary in English so you can say exactly what you want. Plus common mistakes to avoid so you don’t forget new words or feel stuck.
Learn how to apologize in English, the right way. The strategy you need, along with the expressions and grammar we use in real English for delicate situations. By the end of this lesson you will know what to say and how to handle any mistake gracefully, both at work and in your daily life.
Sound professional and confident with 10 smart English words for work. These are little changes you can make for a big, impressive impact in your English conversation.
Using word stress in English correctly is essential for clear, natural-sounding pronunciation in English. Learn what it is and how to use it easily.
Learn how to say no in English, without feeling guilty. Even if you feel pressure to say yes, you don’t want to disappoint or you’ve already said yes.
English collocations are the words that native English speakers combine naturally. Like make new friends (not create new friends). Learn 10 English collocations with the word say to sound more natural and fluent in your English conversation.
Avoid common mistakes and learn how to use the present perfect in English correctly — every time. Understand when and how to use it, plus all the examples you need.
Advice on how to communicate clearly in English and avoid the pressure of using advanced, high-level English. Join me for this special guest interview with Shanthi from English with a Twist.
Learn how to say thank you in English the same way native speakers do so you can sound natural in English and advance your vocabulary.
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).
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