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Machine Translation – Useful or Not?

With the help of AI (or artificial intelligence), machine translation is getting better and better. It’s scary how accurate the free new technology is becoming. Free, online machine translation tools, such as Google Translate, DeepL, Microsoft Translator, and Apple Translate […]

Strategies for the TOEIC Listening & Reading Test – PART 2: Question & Response

In my previous post, I gave you some tips to prepare for Part 1 of the TOEIC test. This post deals with Part 2 – the question-response section. There are 25 questions in Part 2. For each one, you’ll hear […]

Strategies for the TOEIC Listening & Reading Test – PART 1: Photographs

As I mentioned in an earlier post, the listening section of the TOEIC test is 45 minutes long and has 100 questions in total, divided into four categories or parts. In the first part, you will be presented with a […]

TOEIC Strategies – Know the Test!

This post is the first of a series on strategies for taking the TOEIC exam. I won’t be teaching you any specific English language skills, but instead, I’ll give you some tips for how to prepare, study, and practice for […]

10 Tips for Successful English Language Learning (ELL)

This is not the first time you have heard much of this information if you’ve been reading my posts or watching my videos, but much of this information is worth repeating – so let’s dive right in! Tip number one: […]

A History of English in Simple English PART 3 – Chaucer, Shakespeare, & the Printing Press

Today’s post is the final segment on a short history of the English language. In the last post, I talked about the impact of invasions from the Vikings and the Normans on the English language. In this video, I’ll share […]

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