English Conversation Ice Breakers

I can understand, but I can’t speak! I have noticed a lot of you ask how to practice English if you are shy and don’t know how to start a conversation. It may sound intimidating to start a conversation with

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How To Introduce Yourself in English

Question: What is the number one reason to learn a new language? Answer: To communicate with people! Communication is all about talking to people, and language is how you do that. It’s all about meeting new people, having new experiences,

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Relative Clauses Exercises

Today we’re going to look at something that’s very important for all of you Go Natural English learners. Relative clauses might not sound too exciting, but these simple words can help you sound a lot more fluent.  We use relative

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Your vs You’re – What’s the Difference?

AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR VS YOU’RE Let’s talk about YOUR and YOU’RE! The words “your” and “you’re” are a great example of confusing homophones because although the rules are straightforward, even native English speakers frequently mix up this pair of

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How to Sound Smarter at Work

At work, you want to sound smarter and more confident with your English. And you certainly want to use professional English terms that can help you achieve these goals. Our post today is going to focus on 12 words that

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The English Fluency Formula Audio Ebook

The best Go Natural English tips are in this audio eBook. This is the best resource for intermediate English learners to improve their communication skills quickly.

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