Are you bored of always trying to improve your English skills? If you only use English for studying or work, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to practise in your free time. Make English fun again by following these tips.
In order to improve any skill quickly, it is important to first understand where your strengths and weaknesses lie. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself to self-assess your speaking skills.
Increasing your vocabulary is important if you want to be an effective communicator. Here are 5 simple steps you can take to increase your vocabulary and then actually use it!
It's a new year: the perfect time to set new language learning goals and level up your English skills. So how can you set goals that you will actually achieve to level up your skills in 2021?
How much do you know about Christmas in the UK? Even for those who are not religious, Christmas is an important time for many British people to spend time with family, exchange gifts and be merry!
Introducing my new group coaching programme for 2021: Essential English for Business in the UK. Based on feedback from previous groups it will be the most effective group coaching programme yet!
During lockdown keeping on top of and practising your English speaking skills may seem impossible. But fear not! Here are 5 ways to keep practising your speaking skills, even when in isolation.
No matter how many times you practise listening exercises, it won't prepare you for the 'real' English you will hear when you're in the UK. Here are 5 ways to practise listening to real English.
Do you struggle to write like your native-English colleagues? Well, here are 5 proven steps that will not only help you to write like a local but will help you to find your own personal writing style.
It can be difficult to keep improving your speaking skills once you’ve reached an intermediate level. You have reached a comfort zone. So how can you move out of this zone and keep perfecting your skills?