Don’t let your fears win. Don’t be afraid of using English in a most natural conversation with someone. Don’t be like João. Work on your English skills and fluency to gain confidence and amaze everyone with your capacity of holding a conversation in English.
We do not want you to feel embarrassed if you cannot pronounce a word right. Many non-native English speakers have trouble pronouncing certain words, even native English speakers sometimes experience some difficulties.
So, this is not something you should feel embarrassed about. We keep on learning many different things throughout our lives so you can also learn how to pronounce many different words, even the words you hear for the first time.
Holding a presentation in front of many people can be difficult and stressful even for native speakers.
Preparing a presentation can be very demanding because you have to pay attention to many details. When preparing a presentation, think of its title and goal, and also try to figure out the main message or idea of your presentation.
Jacob is an English teacher who was born in Canada but presently lives in Korea. These days he spends his time online helping people become more confident speaking English by presenting English language lessons that look at how English is used in culture, art, and society. Follow him on his YouTube Channel
As some of you may already know, there are 3 forms of adjectives: positive, comparative, and superlative form.
Imagine a staircase. In the bottom, on the first step, there is the positive form of the adjective. Positive form is the basic form of an adjective, for example short. Now, one step above is the comparative form, for example shorter. And at the top of the staircase is the superlative form, the highest step, for example shortest.
Learning phrasal verbs can be daunting and tough for language learners. But maybe you have managed to learn them all, but simply forget when to use them, or can’t identify when native English speakers are using them?
Let’s go through 4 tips and trick which can help you to remember, but most importantly use phrasal verbs!
I noticed that many English learners have difficulties with countable and uncountable nouns, that is, they tend to make plural of nouns which do not have plural.
So, for example, they say I ate two meats today.
To avoid such mistakes, I’m going to teach you which nouns are countable, as well as show you some exceptions where nouns have different meanings depending on whether they are in singular or plural form.
If you have problems with the use of possessives or you don’t even know what possessives are, this is the right lesson for you.
I have noticed that the use of possessives can sometimes be difficult to those learning English because they do not differentiate between the two types of possessives, which are possessive determiners and possessive pronouns.
In today’s free English lesson, we will be looking at something called empty subjects. You all know them, use them frequently, but maybe you don’t know that they are called empty subjects. Well, what are empty subjects?
Empty subjects are there and it, used in structures such as There is…, There are…, It is… There + beexpresses the fact that something exists or happens, while we use It + beto identify or describe something.