FOR NONNATIVE English Speakers
Get the Confidence You Want for Your Life in English
I specialize in building a bridge from learning English to speaking English. Creating a clear path to English clarity, confidence, and fluency, particularly if you’re feeling shy, stuck, or nervous right now.
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Hi, I'm Annemarie
Here’s how I know English confidence is possible for you.
This is what I do. Also, I’ve been there.
Does this sound familiar to you: feeling shy, stuck, nervous, embarrassed, or frustrated speaking English, even after doing everything right? Studying for years. Hiring private teachers. Watching YouTube lessons. Listening to podcasts. Trying AI tools and apps.
My mission is to share strategies that work. Strategies to develop lasting accuracy and fluency so you can live confidently in English and:
- Start conversations with anyone
- Be a clear communicator
- Interview in English & get the job you want
- Share your opinions or ideas in a business meeting
- Make friends easily with people where you live
- Go to the grocery store or coffee shop without stress
- Speak with doctors, teachers, and professionals
- Feel comfortable with any situation—in English
“It’s a completely new me. I’m more confident and daring to take up challenges.
I feel more in control while I’m speaking and more organized. And I’m able to give any spontaneous response now.”
“I’m happy to report I’ve become more confident and fluent.”
“If I have to pick a word, it would be freedom. Now I feel free.”
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“It is specialized for shy people or people that feel they are stuck.”
“I’ve succeeded to build my identity, my personality, in English.”
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