English Communication skills- 8 Top Soft Skills Employers look for

Eng­lish Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Skills- 8 Top Soft Skills Employ­ers Look For

There are lots of dif­fer­ent aspects to Eng­lish com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, and some of them have come to be known as “soft skills’. Soft skills can be defined as inter­per­son­al skills that you use when you work and inter­act with oth­ers. These skills are impor­tant because you need these skills as well as your pro­fes­sion­al tech­ni­cal skills, to be able to …

Practise how to pronounce words when the letter s says /z/

Audio les­son- How To Pro­nounce Words When The Let­ter ‘s’ Says /z/

How to pro­nounce words when the let­ter ‘s’ says /z/ To pro­nounce words when the let­ter ‘s’ says  the /z/ sound, first you need to know that the /s/ and /z/ sounds are min­i­mal pair sounds in Eng­lish. That means, they’re made with exact­ly the same mouth move­ments except that when you say the /z/ sound, you switch on your …

British and American English video- don't say these 12 words wrong

Don’t Say These 12 Words Wrong- British Eng­lish and Amer­i­can Eng­lish-VIDEO

Have you ever made a social faux pas or mis­take by using the wrong word in Eng­lish? I have ! Have a lis­ten to the video and hear what hap­pened . Some­times the dif­fer­ence between words used in British Eng­lish and Amer­i­can Eng­lish does mat­ter! Oh and don’t wor­ry, I talk about Aus­tralian Eng­lish as well. You can also use …

Why You don't Speak Flowing English

Why You Don’t Speak Flow­ing Eng­lish

One of my stu­dents said it all the oth­er day. She said she final­ly got it. She realised the rea­son peo­ple don’t speak flow­ing Eng­lish is they for­get to link it up once they learn to how to pro­nounce Eng­lish clear­ly. She said she was so busy being care­ful to pro­nounce every word and sound, that she didn’t realise that …

next level English pronunciation when 'e' isn't silent

Next lev­el Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion. When Silent ‘e’ Isn’t Silent- Audio les­son

  There are lots of lit­tle tricks  to next lev­el Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion. One of them is to know when the silent ‘e’ isn’t silent, and when it’s used as a ‘buffer vow­el’. A buffer vow­el is a vow­el that isn’t nor­mal­ly pro­nounced, but that does get pro­nounced in cer­tain sit­u­a­tions. So silent ‘e’ is nor­mal­ly silent, but when used as a …

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Speak Eng­lish Well …. You Need To Know About The ‘W’ Mys­tery

To speak Eng­lish clear­ly and con­fi­dent­ly, you need to know about the ‘w’ mys­tery! The ‘w’ mys­tery is a trick that flu­ent Eng­lish speak­ers know about, that takes their Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion to a high­er lev­el. Speak Eng­lish Well- What is the secret of the  ‘W’ mys­tery? To speak  Eng­lish well, you need to  speak it  with the right Eng­lish stress …

9 of the Most Dif­fi­cult Eng­lish Words

9 of the Most Dif­fi­cult Eng­lish Words to Pro­nounce VIDEO: How to pro­nounce 9 dif­fi­cult Eng­lish Words In this video you will learn how to pro­nounce 9 dif­fi­cult words in Eng­lish. I’ve giv­en you 2 words and 2 sen­tences to prac­tise with. Each sen­tence has extra dif­fi­cult words in it, so alto­geth­er there is instruc­tion on 9 dif­fi­cult Eng­lish words to …