Watch this video to learn how to agree when a friend or someone else tells you something. You’ll learn how to say: So do I. I do, too. Neither do I. I don’t, either. And of course, the most important thing, when to say each of them. Things to do after you’ve watched the video:… Continue reading So Do I and Neither Do I – Agreeing with Someone in Conversation
http://www.audio-luci-store.it By Jacqueline Schaalje As I’ve said before, you don’t always need an English teacher to improve your English. Sometimes taking a teacher is expensive, or you live in an area where there are no (good) English teachers. Don’t worry. You can learn English from a friend too, as long as you keep the following… Continue reading Learning English from a Friend
Eugene Kim 1 In order to improve your grammar in speaking, you need to listen very carefully how (English) people say a sentence. Try to make sentences that are like the ones that they said. 2 Listen to audio files, that you can easily find on the internet. Play them sentence by sentence. The files… Continue reading Tips for Speaking – Good Speaking is Good Listening
Pedro Ribeiro Simões We’ve spoken about contracting words when you speak here. If you don’t do this, English speakers will know immediately that you are foreign. What do you remember about this? Do you say you have, or you’ve? The answer is: when you speak you usually say “you’ve,” unless you need to put extra… Continue reading Improving Your English Fluency – Speak Faster and More Like a Real English Speaker – Using Contractions
Jacqueline Schaalje Photos by Pedro Ribeiro Simoes I get asked this question fairly often. There are many different approaches to learning vocabulary, but in my view reading offers you one of the best ways to learn new words in a fun way. 1 Read and Read. I know, you’ve heard this tip before from old… Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Learn New Vocabulary?
You don’t always have to be original. Just using the standard answer to standard questions will usually do. Do you know the answers to the following questions/statements? Check you answers after you’ve scrolled down. 1 Hello, how are you? 2 How have you been? 3 Thank you for the beautiful flowers. 4 Have you got… Continue reading Quick Replies