Difference between Connect, Contact, Conduct and Communicate


The verbs communicate, contact and connect are all related to communication in some way, but conduct seems to be a bit different in meaning. It’s best to look at the definitions and some examples!

*Please note that the following list is not complete. All these verbs have more meanings, however, I wanted to focus on the ones that have something to do with the act of communicating. (mais…)

How to improve your English speaking skills (by yourself)


Discover a way to practice speaking English alone to improve your spoken English. This approach can help improve several aspects of your pronunciation, your grammar, your sentence structure, your vocabulary, and your ability to communicate with others in English.

How to express opposing ideas in English: despite, although, nevertheless, in spite of…


Want to know a simple trick that will help you sound more academic in your speaking? This tip can also help you begin writing the introduction to your TOEFL and IELTS essays. In this video, I will teach you the importance of showing the opposing viewpoint in writing and speech. You will learn how to use words like “although”, “even though”, “despite”, “in spite of”, and “nevertheless”. These words help you effectively introduce opposing ideas or facts in speech and writing. Despite it sounding complicated and fancy, it is quite easy to learn!

8 Tips for British English Pronunciation


Take your English to the next level by learning eight pronunciation tips that will help you sound like a native speaker. These tips apply to a British English accent or a neutral English accent. In this lesson, you will learn about -ed and -ing word endings, the difference in pronunciation between the north and south of England, the schwa sound, the pronunciation of the R sound in English, the tricky “th” sound, and more. Whether you want to perfect your pronunciation or learn about different accents, this video is for you.

 

British vs American | English Pronunciation Lesson


In this English lesson, we will be comparing British pronunciation with American pronunciation. I will be covering consonants ‘r’ and ‘t’, as well as common words. Rachel will be covering vowel sounds.

Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser


Going to get a haircut? In this lesson, I will teach you expressions and vocabulary to use at the hair salon or barbershop. What is the difference between a barbershop and a hair salon, anyway? What are dreads, braids, ponytails, up-dos, and pigtails? What is dandruff? How do I ask to get my hair cut?

 

English fillers to speak fluently. ( Gap fillers) – Free English lessons


When we speak continuously we end up using gap fillers. These words are short phrases and are used when we fall short of words. You would commonly come across people who end up making vocal sounds to keep a conversation going such as ‘umm’, ‘ah’ or ‘oh’ etc., They end up up doing this subconsciously but it’s better to avoid them as they are signs of weakness.