5 tips to increase your English confidence

5 Tips to Increase Your Eng­lish Con­fi­dence- VIDEO

5 Tips To Increase Eng­lish Con­fi­dence 5 Tips To Increase Eng­lish Con­fi­dence Some­times it’s hard to know what to do to increase your con­fi­dence in Eng­lish so I thought I’d give you a start by talk­ing about 5 tips that are easy to imple­ment in your every­day life no mat­ter what your native lan­guage is.  1. Use it- to use an …

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10 Impor­tant Eng­lish Proverbs

Often we hear a short say­ing or Eng­lish proverb that peo­ple use and some­times we vague­ly know the mean­ing, but aren’t quite sure. You can use the fol­low­ing Eng­lish proverbs and their mean­ings a) to under­stand what peo­ple are refer­ring to bet­ter, and b) to prac­tise your pro­nun­ci­a­tion with some­thing a bit dif­fer­ent than usu­al. You could record your­self as …

5 ways to improve your English speech when you don't have time to practise

VIDEO-5 Ways To Improve Your Eng­lish Speech When You Don’t Have Time To Prac­tise

Do you want to improve your Eng­lish speech but find you don’t have time? Then this is for you. Often peo­ple say to me that they want to speak Eng­lish more clear­ly but are so busy with work and their fam­i­lies that they don’t seem to be able to find the time to prac­tise. So, I decid­ed to  put togeth­er …

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Of Words With ‘ous’ At The End. Audio les­son.

  I’ve had sev­er­al stu­dents ask me how to pro­nounce Eng­lish words with the com­mon end­ing ‘ous’, so I thought I would make an audio les­son for you to prac­tise with. Don’t for­get that most words that have ‘ous’ at the end are words of more than one syl­la­ble, and the audio les­son also gives you an oppor­tu­ni­ty to prac­tise …

Pro­nounce 5 Eng­lish Idioms Cor­rect­ly

VIDEO: Learn How To Pro­nounce 5 Eng­lish Idioms Cor­rect­ly Hi, it’s Esther from Speak More Clear­ly It can be embar­rass­ing if you don’t know how to pro­nounce some com­mon Eng­lish idioms, or you don’t know what they mean, so let’s prac­tise 5 of them togeth­er. The first Eng­lish idiom is: Be glad to see the back of – this means …