English pronunciation can be tricky, especially when it comes to sounding like a native speaker. Common phrases like “last night” and “I don’t know” are often pronounced differently than they are written. Understanding these subtleties can significantly improve your spoken English. In this post, we’ll explore these nuances and offer
Collocations in English are groups of words that sound right when used together by native speakers. These combinations are very important for speaking English well, making your language sound natural. Also, for ESL learners, getting good at collocations is a big step towards talking like a native speaker. Knowing about
Learning English as a Second Language (ESL) involves more than just understanding words and grammar. It’s also about building confidence in using the language. In this journey, feeling confident plays a crucial role. So, let’s explore six essential strategies to help English learners communicate more effectively and confidently. 1. The
A Fun English Fluency Test Watch the video below where Gabby presents a series of exercises designed to test your grasp of phrasal verbs, grammar, verb tenses, collocations, and vocabulary. These fill-in-the-blank questions are not just a test of knowledge but a fun way to see where you stand in
Hello, Language Learners! Are you learning English and want to ensure you have the correct pronunciation? Check out this video. Gabby will guide you through some tricky English words and fix some common mistakes. She will also explain why these words are pronounced this way. Knowing where the words come
Mastering English involves more than simple translation; it’s about integrating the language into your thought process. Go Natural English provides effective strategies for this journey towards thinking in English. Clear your mind and forget what you know about the world in your native language – and try out the following
Improving your English listening skills and addressing commonly confused words can greatly enhance your overall English proficiency. Here are some strategies for improving your listening skills and a list of frequently confused words in English: **Strategies to Improve English Listening Skills:** 1. **Listen Regularly:** The more you listen to English,
Turn inThe phrasal verb “turn in” has several meanings, depending on the context. Here are the most common meanings and examples:1. **To submit or hand in something**:– Example 1: “I need to turn in my homework by tomorrow morning.”– Example 2: “The deadline for turning in job applications is next
“to pick up”The phrasal verb “to pick up” has several meanings and uses in English, depending on the context. Here are some of its common meanings with examples:1. **To lift or raise something from a surface:**– She picked up the book from the table.– Please pick up those toys from
“to make out”The phrasal verb “to make out” has several different meanings and uses, depending on the context. Here are some of the common uses of this phrasal verb with examples:1. **To Kiss Passionately**:– *They were making out in the backseat of the car.*– *The young couple made out by
Sounding confident in English, or any language for that matter, is about perception and communication rather than the absolute level of confidence you possess. Here are some tips to help you sound confident in English, even if you may not feel that way: 1. **Practice**: The more you practice speaking
Sounding natural when saying American English greetings involves not only the words you say but also your tone, pronunciation, and body language. Here are some tips to help you sound more natural: 1. **Practice Pronunciation:** Pay close attention to how native speakers pronounce greetings. Listen to native speakers in real-life
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