Check out one of my favorite English-learning podcasts, High Level Listening!
Continue reading “Podcast Recommendation” →
Check out some of my favorite tweets to help improve your English: Continue reading “Top 3 Tweets” →
How can such tiny words be so difficult? Continue reading “Prepositions” →
Celebrate the start of a new season with fun idioms and YouTube videos! Continue reading “Spring is Here!” →
When in doubt, use “out loud” in conversational English.
Continue reading “Aloud or Out Loud?” →
If you feel overwhelmed learning English, remember that it’s all about you! Continue reading “Keep a Journal” →
Check out these great resources for learning and teaching English vocabulary related to love and relationships: Continue reading “Dating in English” →
My favorite tweets this week to help improve your English: Continue reading “Top 3 Tweets” →
Continue reading “Compliment or Complement?” →
Do you say “I think” too much? Here are some good alternatives:
Continue reading “Giving Opinions” →
Practicing pronunciation can get a little boring sometimes, and using funny materials can help make learning more interesting while having the added bonus of increasing a student’s desire to learn. Continue reading “Top 27 Mispronounced Words” →
Idioms can be funny, but sometimes confusing. I love reviewing idioms by using visuals like these great infographics below that I found at ESL Library. Enjoy! Continue reading “Idioms” →
The Olympics are a great time to review sports vocabulary and verbs. Check out the resources below for extra practice. Continue reading “Olympics Vocabulary” →
Are you confused about when to use “do” or “make”? Check out the resources below for extra practice. Continue reading “Do or Make?” →
Continue reading “Phrasal Verbs” →
Continue reading “Using Articles (a/an/the)” →
When you LEND someone money, you LOSE money because you LET someone have your money (with the expectation that they will pay you back the money). Continue reading “Lend or Borrow?” →
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