Yearly Archives: 2017

50 posts

Helpful English Links for Students – Week Ending December 31

Featured Video: What Your ESL Teacher Didn’t Tell You About “How Are You?” The 6 Best Free E-learning Language Courses Practice vocabulary and grammar with other learners around the world with the Quiz Your English app. The Ultimate Guide to Online English Speaking Lessons English Conversation with Rachel’s English Find language exchange partners with the Vivalanga app Find Language Exchange Partners Facebook Group Things to Avoid Saying When Meeting Someone for the First Time Free […]

Làm thế nào để giúp các con bạn thích học tiếng anh / How to help your children like learning English

My job is teaching English to Vietnamese children and teenagers. I asked a parent of one of my students to write something about learning English. In this post she shares her experience and knowledge about having children who are learning English as a second language. I’m very happy that Thanh agreed to write this post. You should also go to my parents page. I have more helpful advice for you. Tôi là Vũ Thị Kim […]

Helpful English Links for Students – Week Ending December 24

Featured Link: Learn the right way to say BBQ in English. Featured Video: Speaking English Fluently like Native Speakers How to use ‘ever’ and ‘never’ with the present perfect How to study for English when you don’t feel like it! Stop memorizing “go, went, gone” and learn the top 8 phrasal verbs of #English Learn English: Harry Harding’s tips on learning a new language 12 of the best free English guides and courses

1 Vietnamese traveller. 23 Countries. 150 Days.

The deep blue sea surrounds an island topped with houses painted in pure white. The sweet smell of calamari with fresh olive oil fills the air. The sun kisses everything on this beautiful island in the Aegean Sea. It’s called Santorini and it’s in Greece. When I was 24 I went backpacking in Europe. I visited Santorini, more wonderful parts of Greece and other European countries. As a teacher I want to find people who […]

How to correctly say BBQ in English

Don’t say the letters one at a time like this: B-B-Q. This acronym is said differently. Other acronyms are said one at a time with the letters. For example, V-I-P or O-M-G. BBQ is said like a word. Like this: BAR * BE * CUE Go to this link to hear how BBQ is said. Click on the speaker icon above the definition. Go to this link to hear two people having a conversation about […]