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How to learn English with songs and music

Bored with books? Take a break. Try learning more English through music! In this study guide, we’ll show you how to use the songs you love to improve your vocabulary, listening and speaking skills. Let the music play… Continue reading

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How to be polite in English

Perhaps the most enduring stereotype of the British is that they are extremely polite and never really say what they mean. Continue reading

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Ultimate guide to the best English lessons on Youtube

Technology is changing the face of ESL and it’s time throw away your dusty textbooks and get online! Continue reading

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How to practise English online

If you are learning English, the internet opens up a world of opportunities. In this brief study guide we will show you how to practise English online and make the most of what the World Wide Web has to offer. Continue reading

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Learning English by Skype

Today, more people than ever before are learning English by Skype. As technology progresses and the demand for English tuition rises, many are opting to study online with native English teachers. Continue reading

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Intensive English courses online

Studying any language requires time and dedication so it is advisable to adopt a longer-term approach in most cases. Continue reading

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How to improve listening skills in English

Many students have already recognised the advantages of learning English via Skype and are benefiting from the opportunity to improve their English speaking skills with a native teacher. Continue reading

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How to learn phrasal verbs in English

Due to their complexity, phrasal verbs often cause problems for foreign learners of English. Continue reading

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Finding an English tutor by Skype

If you are interested in improving your current level of English, then it may be time to start looking for an English tutor by Skype. Continue reading

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Understanding English prepositions

Do you know your ‘ons’ from your ‘ins’ or your ‘ats’ from your ‘tos’? If you experience difficulties with English prepositions, then you are not alone. Continue reading

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Popular idioms in English

English is a fascinating and constantly evolving language. As with other languages, the use of idioms adds character and life to English. Continue reading

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Skype English lessons with UK tutors

E-learning represents the future of education and the internet is rapidly changing the way we communicate, find information, work and study. Continue reading

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How to improve your vocabulary in English

Words form the building blocks of any language and the more you know, the more freedom you have when expressing your thoughts and ideas. Continue reading

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English for tourism: essential holiday vocabulary

There are thousands of great places to go on holiday in the world but the locals there will often lack fluency in your native language. Continue reading

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Russian Mistakes in English: 54 False Friends

False friends (also called “false cognates”) are Russian words that look or sound similar to English words but have different meanings. In this guide, you will find a list of common false friends with definitions and examples to show the differences between the words. Continue reading

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Russian mistakes in English: confusing words 3

Our mother tongue plays a key role in the errors we make when learning a foreign language. Continue reading

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Russian mistakes in English: confusing words 2

Russian mistakes in English are frequently based upon confusion between several words that are similar in meaning. Continue reading

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Russian mistakes in English: confusing words 1

There are a range of Russian mistakes in English that arise due to confusion between two or more words with similar meanings. Continue reading

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