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Deja Vu

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Have you ever experienced deja vu? Who has never felt, at least once, the feeling of deja vu a previously unknown location, ever met a person that you do not yet know, or already experienced a totally new event? In other words, have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of… Read more »

Dear Friends

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Dear Friends What were you thinking about before you started reading this sentence?   ⭕ If you’re reading this, I love you and I’m glad you’re alive! If you’re reading this, it probably means you already support what I do, and that’s really awesome if you do! If you’re reading this,… Read more »

Urban Myth

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Urban Myth Find below an actual conversation recorded on channel 106 of the maritime emergency frequency off the Galatian coast of Spain between Spaniards and Americans the 16th of October, 1997. Apparently, it has been released only recently. Spaniard: This is A-853, please alter your heading 15 degrees to the… Read more »

Tongue Twister

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⭕ Tongue Twister ⭕ ⭕ There are so many aspects of learning a second language, including important areas like writing skills, comprehension, vocabulary building and lots more. If you’re learning English, pronunciation is surely one of the skills you want to improve. Tongue twisters are a great way to practice and improve pronunciation and fluency…. Read more »

I Don’t Know

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⭕ What to Say Instead of “I Don’t Know” ⭕   One of the first things that most people learn how to say in English is “I don’t know.” This makes sense, since there will always be a lot of things you don’t know when you’re learning a language. And that’s OK!… Read more »

Saying Thank You

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⭕ Saying Thank You ⭕   ⭕ How to thank someone in English depends on the situation and the relationship between you and the person you are thanking. As many of you will know, “please” and “thank you” are very important words to use in the English Language. ⭕ There are many reasons to say “thank you.” You… Read more »

How Are You? Greetings in English

While shaking hands, people in Britain will ask, “How do you do?” While this phrase is technically a question, it does not require an answer. The correct response is not, “I’m fine, thank you.” Instead, it’s common and polite to simple say “How do you do?” back to the person…. Read more »

Improve Your Pronunciation

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Improve Your Pronunciation ⭕ There are several resources you can use to improve your English pronunciation. Probably the easiest way to learn how to pronounce words correctly is to expose yourself to native-speakers. Listen to the way they talk. Watching English television shows and movies, listening to audio books, or even listening… Read more »

Speak English Fluently

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Every English learner would like to speak fluently. If I wanted to speak English fluently, I’d try to spend time with native English speakers. If I could sit and listen to them, I’d find what I was looking for. New vocabulary. When to use one word rather than another. How to… Read more »