Mums’ English Circle is a global community, we want to be open to all mothers around the world. But we know the world is not fair, and what is reasonable prices for English lessons in one country is very expensive in another. From today you’ll be able to pay for Mums’ English Circle under PurchasingContinue reading “How I’m making my prices fairer”
The number one question I am always asked is, how do I get fluent in speaking English? Here are my 5 top tips for getting fluent in speaking English.
Do you know your English level? Why is it important to know your level? How often should you take English level tests? Page 1, lesson 1. Hello, how are you?
Have you ever looked at someone who has learnt English fluently, and felt a little bit jealous? How did they get fluent in English, and you’re not? Did you think that maybe they have a secret you don’t know? Have you ever hoped for a magic app that will install English into your brain directly?Continue reading “4 things you need to get fluent in English”
Are you teaching online now? There are lots of tutorials and recommendations for the technology to get your class online, so I’m not going to repeat that. But if you’re looking for ideas of what to actually do during your online lessons, here’s 20 ideas for games and activities which don’t need any extra resources.
If you search for ‘think in English’ you’ll get almost 3 billion results (3,000,000,000 – that’s a lot!) Everyone thinks you must think in English in order to speak English better. But I say no. I think this is the most useless and unhelpful advice in the world.
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We want to do up the kitchen next year, it’s quite old, and the cupboards are all broken. They’ve just had their house done up, it’s all glass and blank white walls now. The shop’s been done up and it’s got a cafe now. The phrasal verb ‘do up’ has a few different meanings butContinue reading “English everyday – do up”
Yes, it’s come to this. Farts. Bottom trumpets, passing gas, toots, air biscuits, dropping an egg, breaking wind, and amusingly for British people: trump
Words that aren’t really words for example; huh, uh-huh and nuh-huh. Do you know what they mean? Are they words or just sounds? Do you use them when you speak English?