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 […]

20 Free Online Websites to Practice your English Language Listening Skills

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing – these are your four basic language skills. Two of them – speaking and writing – are referred to as productive language skills. This is because you have to produce something, either in spoken or […]

Taking Notes in English – PART 1 of 7: Tools

In this post I’m diving into the first post of seven in a series about note-taking in English. If you’re learning English at university through content-based instruction, you’ll definitely need to know how to take notes. How do you take […]

9 tips for the camera-shy

Whether you have to make a video recorded presentation, response, interview, or creative project, some courses you take could require you to be on camera. Being in a video is fun for some people, but for others, it is terrifying! It doesn’t have to be, however, and it shouldn’t be. In this post are a few tips to overcome your camera shyness.