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How to Use the English Prepositions In, On, At for Location

One of the most difficult aspects of English for beginners is mastering the different uses of in, on, at. Luckily for you, there are some general rules that almost always work. However, I warn you, there are exceptions to these rules, just like there are for most rules in any language. Don’t stress out about …

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Which Books Should You Read To Learn English

A common question I receive from students who are learning English is which books they should read in order to learn English. It makes me happy to hear this because reading in your own time is vital in learning English quickly and efficiently. However,  a lot of of students seem to be looking for some …

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A Framework For Learning English

Studying English can be an expensive investment, especially if you have no framework on how you will achieve fluency. Many students spend years throwing huge amounts of money at course, classes, and applications that get them no closer to their English learning goals. Others spend a lot of money initially, but become so frustrated by …

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The Best Way to Learn Vocabulary Quickly and Efficiently

How has been learning new English vocabulary and sayings been going for you? If you are like me learning Spanish or Swedish, and now Russian, you feel like you’re making slow progress. We’re not alone. Learning new vocabulary quickly and efficiently is a difficult thing to do. In my own journey to learn vocabulary, I’ve tried many …

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One Trick for Pronouncing B, D, G, V, Th Voiced Consonants

One thing I’ve noticed in my time teaching Latino students is that they can often have a hard time pronouncing B, D, G, V, Th voiced consonants. An example of this would be CLOSE. For beginner students it is understandable that they would say the S in CLOSE as a regular /s/ sound because they do …

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The Basics of an English Sentence (Transitive)

Do you know how to write a sentence in English? If you do, fantastic. What you are about to read will help you understand why you write the way you write in English. If you don’t, there’s no better time to learn how than now. Here is a basic English sentence for us to dissect:He talked to the …

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How to Learn Phrasal Verbs

What is the thing you hate most about English? There is a 90% chance that you’re going to say phrasal verbs It’s understandable. These 2-3 word verbs that don’t exist in Spanish can be hard for you to wrap your head around. The first hurdle for you to overcome is understanding phrasal verbs.What is a phrasal verb?A phrasal …

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