Language Exchange PART 2 – Who to Choose

In my last post I shared ten websites or apps that you can use to find one or more partners for language exchange. In this post, we’ll look at who you should ideally choose as a language exchange partner and […]

Language Exchange PART 1: Where to Go

Did you know you can learn to speak English well from home and through the Internet? Yes, it IS possible. What you need is a language exchange. For many people, it’s difficult to practice speaking and listening with someone if you […]

How to Sound like a Native English Speaker – Five Tips from Dr. Stephen Krashen

Learning English, like learning any other foreign language, is not rocket science, meaning it’s not actually that difficult. Human beings are naturally able to learn any language. We can even learn a second or third language to the same fluency […]

Delivery skills for presentations & speeches in English

Delivery refers to HOW you present your content – it’s everything about your speech EXCEPT the meaning of the words you say. If you have a beautifully prepared presentation, but do not deliver it well, your audience may not be […]

The ultimate rejoinder list

A few posts ago I wrote about rejoinders and offered some basic ones that you can use to show interest, happiness, sadness, or surprise. Here are some more rejoinders to express agreement, understanding, not understanding, disagreement, apologizing, praising, refusing, accepting, and more!