How much can you really learn in one minute??
One of the biggest excuses my students make for not practicing their English every day is that, “They don’t have enough time.”
There are only so many hours in the day, and a lot of things might happen that get in the way of you practicing your English.
But, the most important thing to become good at anything is practicing every single day.
With your hectic [extremely busy] schedule 30 minutes of practice every day might be too much for you. 15 minutes might even be too much.
It doesn’t matter how busy you are, I guarantee you can at least spend ONE minute every day learning English.
But how can you learn anything practical or useful in only one minute?
We know you’re busy. That’s why we created…
One Minute English Video Lessons
These one minute video lessons are designed to pack a punch [very strong], to give you as much value in a short amount of time as you can possibly get.
No excess explanations.
No unnecessary dialogue.
No bullshit [nonsense].
Just 60 seconds of useful tips to help make you a more fluent speaker fast!
What Will I Learn?
In these videos you’ll learn all of the following and more:
- Subtle differences between similar words
- Common misconceptions
- Cultural errors
- Vocabulary and expressions for visual learners
- Pronunciation mistakes
A lot of the inspiration for these videos comes from our experience talking with and teaching English learners and noticing the common mistakes they make.
So let’s check out some of the most popular videos so far.
Don’t Use the Word ARRIVE
The difference between “Talking TO” and “Talking WITH” someone
The difference between HEAR and LISTEN
The Word DUH
- The difference between “sick OF” and “sick FROM”
- Vocabulary for your FACE
- Vocabulary for your LOWER BODY
- Vocabulary for your UPPER BODY
- Don’t use the word RETURN
- 3 Ways to Say “It’s Really Hot”
- English Lesson for Garlic Lovers
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