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Beginning stories: how to create atmosphere

In this article, I’ll show you some simple but effective ways to create atmosphere in your...
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Getting the most out of your Skype lesson

This article is aimed at both tutors and students, so that you can both get the most out of your...
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Learning new spellings, remembering old spellings

Advice for students and parents It isn't always easy learning how to spell new words. It isn't...
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Successful One to One Teaching

My experience of one to one English language tuition is that it is one of the most challenging...

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  • English Revision Tips

    David Cummings GCSE English Tutor (Uxbridge) Picture DO  Plan what you need to revise and decide on when Break each subject down into sections and decide which need most work Create a timetable that makes sure you cover the subject and all its sub-sections by the time that exam day arrives Make time slots, and try to get one...
  • speaking and listening....

    Laura Pasternack GCSE English Tutor (West London) Picture When Ofqual, the body that regulates standards of public examinations, announced that speaking and listening would no longer be allowed to add any marks to the overall grade at GCSE, there was a mixed response from students and teachers alike. Some teachers were relieved; it's almost impossible...
  • 5 Ways to Measure Confidence Speaking English

    Steven Hobson Business English Teacher (Stockport) Picture “I feel fine communicating in English when I go on vacations, but I don't have confidence speaking English in front of my colleagues in work meetings.” Does this sound familiar to you? I hear this frequently when I meet international professionalsand ask them what their main difficulties are...

 

  • 30 English Expressions Used In Meetings Editor's Pick

    Steven Hobson Business English Teacher (Stockport) Picture Have you ever participated in an English meeting with native speakers, and sometimes found it difficult to understand them? Or maybe you attend English meetings regularly, but would like to express your ideas more like a native. An effective solution to solve both of these issues is to learn...
  • Top 5 Tips For Learning A Language On-The-Go!

    Rebecca M English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Teacher (Stockport) Picture It can be hard striking a work/life balance, especially when one of your main activities out of work is something as time-consuming as learning a foreign language. Here are some tips to help you utilise the limited time you have to maximise your learning of the language you love: 1. Keep a...
  • Homophones, Antonyms and Synonymous.

    Padma Key Stage 2 English Tutor (Manchester) Picture Synonyms are words which have the same meaning. Examples of Synonyms are: rich/wealthy plate/dish come/arrive cry/sob cold/icy chair/seat lead/guide cut/clip begin/start throw/toss save/keep hope/wish choose/pick robber/thief paste/glue hurry/rush fight/battle poor/needy...