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Learning English online is easy with our quick tips on Grammar, Pronunciation, Fluency, Vocabulary and Accent!
Learning English online is easy with our quick tips on Grammar, Pronunciation, Fluency, Vocabulary and Accent!

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Feedback on my online IELTS classes from my student: M Singh
Given below is the feedback from my previous student. The feedback is only from students who attended my classes online and who have explicitly consented to put their details online. Name : M. Singh Name of the course : IELTS (All skills) Age : 34 Final IEL...
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Word Accent Made Easy
Have you ever heard a native British speak.
Next time you hear them, listen carefully to what they say. Notice how they
gobble up some sounds and give more importance to some other sounds. That is
what makes a native speakers speech different from ESL learn...
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Software for online teaching/learning
It is been a while since I took up teaching English online, and often people ask me about the software that I use for communication. While they think of some exotic software, my answer is quite a dull one: Google Drive and Skype. Why Skype? Why I can't I us...
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Author: Jims Varkey -English Quick Tips Page
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Learning to speak English by watching movie: does it really work?
Learning to speak English by watching movie: does it really work?
I’ve heard many English gurus give this insane piece of advice: watch some Hollywood flick to learn how to speak in English. But does it really work?
I don’t think so.  Here is what you can a...
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A cat has nine lives
Author: Jims Varkey -English Quick Tips Page
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What is the difference between 'there', 'they're' and 'their"?
 The word "their" is used to mean something that belongs to a group of people. see the examples: Where is their car? Look at their dirty shoes. Their marks were poor. The word 'They're' is a shortened version of 'They are'. See the following sentences: They...
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Much, Many, Most-Grammar Tips
 The word 'much' is used to say about things that you cannot count. e.g. I have much work to do.  Much, papers have been issued in this regard. The word "many" can be used for things that you can count. e.g.: Many runs where scored by hm. The word 'many' is...
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What is the difference between 'born' and 'borne'?
Both the words "born"; as well as "borne"; are the past participle of the words bear. We usually hear the word "born"
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