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  • May 20th, 2018
    Why is English Important? 3 Reasons to Learn English

    Do you want to know why is English important? Because knowing English can better your quality of life. Learning English is one of the best investments you could ever make in yourself. You, too, can reap the benefits of speaking English. Here are 3 reasons why speaking English is important: 1. English Is the Most…

  • May 18th, 2018
    12 of the Hardest Words to Pronounce in the English Language

    Learning English as a second language is hard: between confusing verb conjugations and seemingly random grammar rules, even native English speakers get things wrong a lot of the time. This goes for pronunciation too. The English language has some of the hardest words to pronounce that most non-native and native speakers can agree upon. Let’s look…

  • May 16th, 2018
    How to Speak English Confidently: 3 Tips from Public Speakers

    English is one of the hardest languages to learn in the world. Even if you know how to speak it, you may not feel confident because of how frustrating it can be to understand. Having confidence while speaking English is important. You don’t want to be taking frequent breaks in sentences or speak too slowly. This can…

  • May 12th, 2018
    Native English Speaker Training in 4 Easy Steps

    You’ve spent months, or maybe even years, trying to get native English speaker training. You’ve watched English-speaking movies and memorized funny slang phrases and colloquialisms. Yet, when speaking, does the pronunciation of English words still mystify you? If pronunciation is your frustration, read on for four simple ways to improve how you pronounce English. 1.…

  • May 10th, 2018
    Top 3 Differences Between a US English Accent and a British English Accent

    When traveling or studying abroad in the United States or the United Kingdom, you will definitely hear the English language. Many people hear two types of English accent but never dig into why they sound different. We’re about to take a quick look at the three biggest differences between a US accent and a UK…