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5 Tips for Learning Grammar

Many students worry about how to learn grammar. Of course, you can take classes, and study grammar books, and take practice tests, and buy grammar apps, and get corrections from native speakers...   But sometimes these things just overwhelm...

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5 Ways to Find a Native Speaker to Practice With for Free

When you're learning English, of course you want to practice with a real native speaker. Being able to communicate with a native speaker is truly the ultimate test of your English speaking ability. Here are some suggestions for free resources you can use to find a...

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5 ways to Improve Your Pronunciation 4.5 (2)

A common problem with learning English is learning how to correctly pronounce the words. Incorrect pronunciation can stop you from being understood by others but don't worry, we are here to help. Here are 5 tips for improving your English pronunciation fast: 1. Listen...

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5 Ways to Learn English from YouTube Videos

Do you watch a lot of YouTube videos? Well turn your routine YouTube video watching into an opportunity to improve your English. These 5 tips will allow you to utilize YouTube's built-in tools to maximize your English learning: 1. Subtitles/Closed Captioning The CC...

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5 Tips for Learning English through Music!

1.  Browse through music online to see what you like.  Use YouTube to browse: search for one song in English that you know. (Or just search: Songs in English.)  And then explore links and links and more links.  You can also do this through music...

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5 Ways to Take Good Notes!

When you listen to a long talk (like a TED Talk) or a lecture (like in a classroom), be an active listener. Take notes! WHY? Because taking notes helps you focus and reviewing notes helps you remember. Here are 5 techniques for taking notes.  ...

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5 Tips for Learning English through Movies

Movies are a great resource for language learning. A good movie is a work of art – it is a creative way to tell a story, it evokes a strong emotional response, and it provides some original examples of human imagination, interaction, and language. To learn English...

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