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Hi everyone. Those who come here often will notice that the site has not been updated for a while. It is still here and will still be here. All the posts will still be here, but the focus will change. I am going to have help and the blog will be more…

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Here is a TOEFL Challenge, where you can use real materials to try to do tasks based on the TOEFL test. Watch this TED talk and read this article from Quick and Dirty Tips. Summarise the differences and similarities between the talk and the article. Leave…

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Hello, it has been a while. I am just adding this because some of my students have had problems with ‘ing’ actions and ‘go’ verbs. “He went to shopping.” MISTAKE. “He went shopping.” CORRECT. Go to a place but don’t go to an action. Use ‘go to’, ‘went to’…

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There’s a new special 4-week course on Get Great English from 14th March – 9th April. It’s for anyone, any level, with work alone and in groups. 12 learners maximum. Weekly group challenges. Individual feedback, written and on video/audio. Everything runs…

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Hey everybody. Exam Room 313, 10:00 Units 7-12 Grammar and vocabulary. Use the practice parts in the back. Good luck. Ask questions in the comments if you want.

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Today’s post is a response to an email from a reader, Viettan, who is worried about their English when presenting in public. They are in charge. Agendas First, have a meeting agenda, which is a list of things to talk about. Try to keep to this.

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When you speak English, one of the things you must think about is relationships. Who are you talking to? How well do you know them? What is the situation? It is useful, especially in business situations, to be formal. In most native-English speaking…

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Recently I have taught a lot of new students. The same as I usually do, I talked to them about their study habits. Their reactions have left me a bit confused.
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