Beginner English: Hello & Goodbye

There are many ways to say “hello” and “goodbye” in English, especially in informal conversation. Try out these phrases next time you’re practicing! GREETINGS Hello / Hi / Hey These are the most basic greetings. “Hey” is more informal. You might  hear the word “there” after any of these words: Hello there. Hi there. HeyContinue reading “Beginner English: Hello & Goodbye”

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Vocabulary: Weddings!

You may have noticed that I haven’t posted a lesson in a while. I’ve been busy with in-person English students…and beginning to plan my wedding! It isn’t until October, but it takes so much planning. It’s inspired me to post some wedding vocabulary for you! Note: Below, I’ll use terms like “bride” and “groom” toContinue reading “Vocabulary: Weddings!”

UPDATED! Moving: 6 American English vocabulary words

Last year, I made a post about English vocabulary words related to moving because I had just moved. And I just moved again! So I am re-posting the lesson, but I have updated it by adding more information and example sentences. 1. to hire movers vs. get/rent a U-Haul “Did you hire movers or getContinue reading “UPDATED! Moving: 6 American English vocabulary words”

Part 5: 5-Part Guide to Improving Your English Listening Skills

We made it to the final post in my five-part guide to improving your English listening comprehension! This guide is meant to be followed in order, so be sure you read up on the subtitle strategy, keeping a notebook to expand your vocabulary, that you’ve checked out an awesome listening website, and have spent time speaking andContinue reading “Part 5: 5-Part Guide to Improving Your English Listening Skills”

Part 4: 5-Part Guide to Improving Your English Listening Skills

If you’ve been following this series on improving your listening skills in English, then you have already been practicing with subtitles, keeping a notebook to expand your vocabulary, and have checked out the awesome listening website, YouGlish. Part Four: Talk Back Listening to TV, movies, and videos and studying vocabulary is a great step toContinue reading “Part 4: 5-Part Guide to Improving Your English Listening Skills”