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Using media to advance your English skills
Learning a new language can be an exciting and life-changing experience. It can open up doors to new opportunities you may never have considered.
Practice tips that improve Kid’s Ability to Hit a Baseball or Softball
Keep your eyes on the ball, swing the bat hard, and hit the ball are all commonly heard phrases at the ballpark. As Concerned coaches, and loving parents, we simply want to help...
Start Your Own Online English Teaching Business
Teach English online, and make the world your classroom. Here’s what you need to know when starting your own online English teaching business.
Article explaining the origin, temperament, health, and care requirements for owning an English Bulldog.
Five reasons why English students enjoy life in Exeter
From music to film to nightclubs, students are never bored while living in Devon’s capital.
Practice Photography in your own Back Yard
Your own back yard is a great place to practice your photography skills.
The Oddities of English and Other Difficult Languages
Of the world’s approximately 6,000 languages English is said to be one of the easier ones to learn despite its idiosyncrasies of spelling and pronunciation
Practice Tips for Serious Guitarists
A few good practice tips to increase learning. Avoid 10,000 methods and stick with proven basics. With about 50 years playing behind me, there might something of value here.
Top Gifts for an Online English Teacher
Shop and discover great gifts for an online English teacher; get a quick introduction on online English teaching.
English Words with Odd Spellings
English is full of words whose spelling make no sense compared to the way they are pronounced. Rarely are words phonetically spelled.
British English Phrases, Idioms, and Expressions (Letters A-C)
By Mira at Wizzley. Some of my favorite words and phrases that are particular (peculiar) to British English. Selection from the Cambridge Idioms Dictionary, 2nd edition, 2006.
English Supremacy in the Union Flag
The Union Jack, as it's commonly known, was meant to represent the United Kingdom. It says more about England as a superpower.