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Are You Learning English Wrong?

Do you feel stuck in your language learning? Are you like a lot of English students, who have been learning for years, but feel like they still aren’t where they want to be in their English learning? Then watch this video, where I hope to show you exactly what you’ve been doing wrong and how…

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Prepositions Made Easy: In, On, and At (with Video!)

Are prepositions really so difficult? What if I told you that IN JUST 5 MINUTES I could help you solve some of your most confusing preposition problems? English learners everywhere are confused about prepositions, and English learners every always say it’s one of their biggest difficulties. But with the right strategies, prepositions DO NOT need to…

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How Americans Pronounce the NT Sound as an N (with Video)

Do you think Americans speak too fast and cut their words? I’ll be the first to admit that it would appear that way. One of the main reasons is because the way we really speak is a lot different than you learned in school, and there is no better example of this than the way Americans totally…

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The 80/20 Principle: A Revolutionary Approach to High Impact Learning

Have you ever considered the possibility that the great majority of English learners are wasting a lot of time and energy on activities that are not really helping them improve their fluency? Is it possible that a significant part of the failure and frustration that people experience is amplified by ineffective and outdated strategies that…

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5 Ways Travel Positively Impacts Your Life

It’s no secret how powerful and exciting travel can be for our language learning, and particularly your English fluency, but did you that travel positively impacts our lives in many other ways that might not be so obvious? In fact, recent scientific studies have revealed that traveling is good for many aspects of your health,…

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How Good Body Language Will Improve Your English AND Your Life

Are you scared or insecure when you speak English? Did you know that social scientists estimate that over 90% of what we communicate is non-verbal? This is a fascinating topic that goes way beyond the scope of language learning, but at the same time it is completely relevant. How you hold and present yourself in…

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Is Bad Pronunciation Killing Your Fluency? Wanna know why?

Is there something missing in your English fluency? Do you have this gut feeling [feeling in your stomach] that you should speak better than you do, that you could be more fluent, but there’s a missing piece to the puzzle? It’s a story that repeats itself over and over again: you’ve studied plenty of English,…

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How to Meet Native Speakers

This is a guest post by English fluency and speaking confidence expert Drew Badger. One of the best things you can do to build your fluency and speaking confidence is to close the textbook and get out and meet native English speakers. I recommend native speakers – as opposed to other learners – because you’ll…

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How Learning English Can Make You a Global Citizen

Why are you learning English? This is probably the most important question you can ask, but the depth and sincerity of your answer will not only determine the quality of your learning experience, but also the reward. Most people would say that they are learning English for professional reasons, some would say for travel, cultural…

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34 Ways to Use the Word ASS: Idioms, Slang and Collocation

If you’re like most English learners, you’ve probably heard the word ASS used very frequently in English speaking songs, movies, and TV series. In addition to its most common use (butt), you’ve probably even heard the curse word ASSHOLE, or seen people use LMAO (Laughing My ASS Off) in internet chat. But did you know…

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