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Better English Pronunciation (Exclusive Lesson)
You CAN speak perfect English, but it takes practice.
How?This free, exclusive lesson from my new and upcoming course this fall is a sneak preview. What's a clover and syllables have to do with learning to speak English well? Listen to find out. Click here to download a PDF of the transcript.
Did you miss the lesson from last week? Click here for the lesson guide.
Reading for University, TOEFL, & IELTS
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Pass the IELTS and TOEFL exams the first time. How?
Reading comprehension and listening skills are essential in your university studies. Imagine how'd you feel if you were the only one in your class who was unable to understand the professor and the course textbook.
Goal: In today's free audio lesson, you'll analyze a short story and use adjectives to compare the text to self.
Level: Intermediate to advanced level students
this podcast episode (The Doll's House)
the lesson guide
mobile phone for notes
In the guide you will find listening and reading comprehension exercises. Here are a few helpful links:
The Doll's House: reading text | audio reading (the Guardian)
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Free IELTS & TOEFL English Lesson: Intermediate to Advanced
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Sequence a story.
Falling for Rapunzel, by Leah Wilcox
What did Rapunzel give to the Prince? (Sequence the things that she gave to him.)
What did the Prince ask for? (Sequence the things that he asked Rapunzel for.)
Write (B), (M), (E) on your paper. Write 2 things that happened at the beginning of the story under (B). Write 3 things that happened at the Middle of the story under (M). Write 1 thing that happened at the end of the story under (E)
*Bonus* Write the different ways the Prince talked about Rapunzel's hair (e.g.--locks).
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This lesson teaches what sequencing is, and how to do it. The story is a children's story, so if you have children, this is a great lesson for them to learn with you!
Studying for the TOEFL, TOEIC, or IELTS exams? Sequencing and listening comprehension are important skills needed to pass those exams.
Music: Fairytale by Jonathan Segev is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Did You Understand - Listening & Vocabulary Practice
How well do you understand English?I mean, really understand. Understanding is not just knowing grammar and vocabulary, but also meaning.
I'm really hopin' you'll enjoy this episode. Why?
This episode tests your listening and comprehension. This lesson has free PDFs at my website. Click here. Ready?
Song: Evan King - From Other Suns
Free download at: https://www.evankingmusic.com
Me 2 (Feat. Julian Avila) by LAKEY INSPIRED" is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-SA 3.0) Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: https://youtu.be/NaSopY8vG0A
Why You Can't Understand English (Part 3)
You have learned over 20 reasons why you don't understand English. You can listen to them and more here.
What's in Part 3?
This is the last podcast on the series "Why You can't Understand Spoken English."Today I detail what you must understand to comprehend spoken English.
Which number is the most difficult for you?
It's Not Your Fault You Don't Understand English, Part 2
How is it not your fault that you don't understand English?
That's simple: It's someone else!(*This podcast is for high-intermediate to advanced English level students and uses difficult words, phrases, and a natural speaking speed)
This is part 2 of 3.
In this podcast you will learn other reasons (that have NOTHING to do with you! :D) why you may have problems listening to English. How are you improving your listening?