Collection of useful English lessons for 4 skills: Most viewed English lessons and Tips

Collection of useful English lessons for 4 skills: Most viewed English lessons and Tips

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Today, I would like to share with you the most useful lessons for learning English. We choose them based on some criteria such as most viewed, shared, and value…  

Common English Words List (Pdf): The oxford 3000 Words

The keywords of the Oxford 3000 have been carefully chosen by a group of language experts and experienced teachers as the most important and useful words to learn in English. These words have been chosen for three reasons. The words that are used most frequently in English are included, based on the information in the American English section of the Oxford English Corpus. A corpus is an electronically held collection of written and spoken texts, and this corpus contains more than 2 billion words….

The Words List of Formal and Everyday English

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Today we would like to share with you the list of informal (every day) and formal words. The list is divided into sections of verbs, transitions, emphasis words, abbreviations, and slang….

Top Linking Words for Speaking and Useful Words, Phrases to Write a Great Essay

In this lesson, we will find out how to use linking words in speaking to improve your fluency and coherence. Linking words can be used to:

  • link the flow of ideas in your writing
  • guide the reader (examiner) towards the next stage of your argument
  • express different views in your speaking task

Synonyms and Antonyms Dictionary

When several words seem to have almost the same meaning, how do you choose the right word so that you express exactly what you want to? This post groups words with similar meanings (known as ‘synonyms’) together and gives each a definition and example so that the similarities and differences are made clear.

Anyone who wants to write clear and accurate English, using the correct word in a particular context, will find this book helpful

Easy tips for improving your English speaking skill

If you want to improve your English speaking skill, the only thing you can do is to practice. However,  learning through grammar or listening to English alone will never help you. You have to speak out sentences to improve your speaking skills. So the question is how to deal with some matters you are facing:

Firstly,  if you don’t have any friends to practice speaking English with you,  what can you do?

There is a tip for you to actually speak for yourself. This method also helps to improve your grammar, vocabulary and sentence structure. Especially after you practice this technique regularly, you can feel confident to express your ideas in English.

And the key is “ IMITATION”.

How to Speak English Fluently like American Speakers in 1 Month

Today I will instruct you how to speak English like an American in one month with 24 topics of using collocations and idioms in conversations.

To speak like an American, you should include idioms, especially collocations in communicating, it will help you to speak more naturally. Therefore, it would be better if you follow the natural process of learning any language:

 Listening -> Speaking -> Reading -> Writing

5 Tips for self-study speaking English Naturally

Hello everyone, today I will share with you some tips that I receive from my fan, Mark. He has emailed me about his learning English journey and some tips he applies when he first started learning this language. So I think it is a good idea to share with you and hope that you can apply these tips effectively to get a good result for speaking English….

How to Improve Listening Skill Effectively?

Listening skill is really important for everyone because you can’t communicate with people without understanding what they say.

So how can we improve listening English skill effectively?

How to Learn English effectively through short stories

Do you believe in this way of learning?

Today, I will instruct you on how to use short stories to improve your English skills. It is considered one of the most effective approaches to learn English.

First, take a look at the benefits of reading stories bring to you:

  • Understand deeper and broaden understanding
  • Know more vocals and how they are used in real contexts
  • Motivate imagination, create your own story
  • Enhance communication skill

English Conversations in Real Life with common Phrases (Meaning & Example)

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Today we would like to share with you the English conversations in real life with a lot of common phrases that you use these conversations to practice at home.

Learn English Phrases & Idioms through real Life Situations

The lesson will introduce English learners to the common phrases and idioms through stories. The video will both entertain and enlighten students while providing exposure to how each idiom can be used in a variety of contexts…

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking

to get in/to get on: to enter or to board a vehicle
To get in is used for cars; to get on is used for all other forms of transportation.

  • Example: It’s easiest to get in the car from the driver’s side. The door on the other side doesn’t work well.
  • Ex: I always get on the bus to work at 34th Street.

Common Mistake in English and How to Avoid them.

Mistakes are often made by using the wrong preposition after certain words. The following list includes the words which most often give trouble:

This series has been designed to meet the requirements of students whose mother tongue is not English, Its main purpose is to help to correct the common mistakes to which foreign learners of English are liable….

Improve Your English

This series has been designed to help you learn about the difference between See/Look at/Watch, Bored/Boring, Interested/Interesting, and Excited/Exciting and so so

36 essay Writing topics

An airplane is a form of transportation that has changed people’s lives. Thanks to the plane, our lives are now faster, more exciting, and more convenient that before. You cannot deny that a plane is fast. For example, the Concorde flies at supersonic speed. A businessman can leave Paris at 11 a.m. in the morning and arrive in New York at 8 a.m. the same morning in time for a day’s work….

Learn English through Movies

Watching movies is a lot more fun than studying with a textbook! Right?

There are some main reasons to explain why you should learn English through movies

  1. Real Conversation: Textbooks are great for learning vocabulary or grammar, but nothing is better than listening to real native English
  2. Pronunciation: You can hear native speakers in movies and it will teach you the correct way to say things.
  3. Live context: When you learn a word, it can be difficult to remember what it means or how to use it. In movies, words are used as part of a story and this context helps you to learn and remember them more effectively
  4. Experience Culture: You can learn about the culture behind the language when you watch movies in English.