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6 pieces of language learning advice from top English teachers As teachers, we are always giving out advice, but what advice have we been given that has really stuck with us? Advice that changed us and helped us see things in a different way. Improved our language learning skills and even our life? Recently I[…]
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Reverse translation is so adaptable. You can make it easy or hard, use magazines, books, blogs, articles, menus, the back of a cereal packet. Whatever you like! In the video below you’ll see that I use a book on Buddhism, but you can use anything. Like cycling? Use a cycling magazine? Into gadgets? Use a[…]
10 refreshingly unique English teachers you should be following There’s a tonne of English teachers out there, so so many, that it’s hard to know who to follow, and who to invest in. So instead of you doing all the research yourself, I’ve compiled a list of 10 great teachers who have caught my eye[…]
Create an effective library of resources to train your language skills. It has taken me about 2 years to build my language learning toolkit, and I must admit, I need to stop now. I need to focus on the resources I have, as I’ve found that I’m wasting time trying to find new and better,[…]
Sometimes learning a language gets stale. You get bogged down with the same old routines. You feel like quitting, you aren’t getting anywhere, you’ve not learnt anything new, you can’t move up to intermediate level, your language partner frustrates you. You could take a break. I totally recommend it. Jeremy over at MotivateKorean has written[…]
I got in a bit of an argument the other day with one of my advanced ESL students when I told him that I was learning to read Russian. “What?!” He exclaimed, “ But that goes against everything you say about learning English!” “How so?”’ I asked, getting a little defensive. “Well” he said “You[…]
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A lot of my students ask me how to use question tags, and it can be quite a complicated concept to get your head round (understand) but actually it’s fairly simple. I’ve broken it down into details, showing positive and negative use and how to use it in a conversation. There’s also a link at[…]
6 months in the making! Finally after 6 months of figuring out the design and content for my website I feel that I have enough for launch! Check out the free podcasts to go with my E-book 5 Tips for Easier English. Each podcast comes with notes that you can download for just $1. So what’s the[…]