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  • April 26th, 2019
    Why You’re Struggling to Speak English Like an American

      Did you know that one study revealed it can take around 30 years to speak English like an American? If you’re ever feeling frustrated with your own progress, just know that you’re not alone. Although it requires hard work, it is possible to become fluent in any foreign language. Are you struggling to learn how to get an…

  • April 21st, 2019
    Accent Reduction Exercise – 4 Things You Can Do At Home to Improve Your Accent

    According to the United States Census Bureau American community survey, 21.6 American’s ages 5 and up speak a language other than English at home. While being bilingual can give us an advantage in the workplace, an accent can cause misunderstandings and other frustrations due to language barriers. With an accent reduction exercise, however, you can hurdle those barriers…

  • April 17th, 2019
    How to Improve English Speaking Skills in Easy Steps

    Did you know that 1 in 7 residents of the United States is foreign-born? Immigrants now take up about 13.7% of the U.S. population! In fact, the number of immigrants in the U.S. is higher than ever before. A 2017 Census report revealed that 44.5 million immigrants currently live in America. What does that mean for you?…

  • April 13th, 2019
    Is English the Universal Language? – 5 Cases You’ll Need It

    If the question “is English the universal language?” has been on your mind lately, you’ve come to the right place. Whatever your plans are for the future, we can assure you that things will go a lot smoother if you are fluent in English. Not convinced? Check out these five cases to see how having English…

  • April 9th, 2019
    4 Steps to Improve Your English Pronunciation Online

    Learning to speak proper English is vital for your personal and professional self. Sometimes, it may even be a matter of life and death. If you have learned English but are still trying to master pronunciation, you are on the doorstep of being truly fluent in the language. Luckily, there are some steps you can take…