▀ Our Approach:
- Fluency needs to be practised.
- The English language can be quite difficult to master.
- Spelling can be tricky, such as bough, through, tough.
- Idioms such as ‘fat chance’ and ‘slim chance’, for example, can mean the same thing!
▀ We make video clips with cartoons and music to help you:
- Practise speaking everyday, conversational English.
- Learn common expressions, idioms and phrasal verbs.
- Understand how English ‘works’; what the patterns are.
- ‘Tune your ear’ to the ‘sounds’ of English spoken at ‘normal’ speed.
▀ It’s easy and FUN!
- All videos are 3-5 minutes long.
- All sentences are short.
- All sentences are designed to be spoken out aloud.
- Repeat what you hear, first slowly, then at more normal conversational speed.
- Watch the videos on your home computer or load them onto your smartphone.
- Practise anywhere – waiting for the bus; on the train home; anywhere!
▀ We asked our students for feedback:
- “Using the videos has made me more confident about speaking out loud. I was feeling embarrassed in case I make a mistake…” Clara, Recife, Brazil
- “I use my cell phone and repeat the exercises at school with my friends. We think they are useful for us…” Radomira, Sofia, Bulgaria
- “My parents supervise me and correct the lessons that come with the videos, before the answers the next week. I am learning much about the language and culture…” Priyansh, Dehra Dun, India
- “I have always hated phrasal verbs, because they are so hard for learners. The videos have so many phrasal verbs and the lessons have more examples. I think the cartoons help make me relax and I enjoy them a lot…” Itsuki, Nagoya, Japan
- “Thank you for the videos. They are lot of fun…” Linh, Hanoi, Vietnam
- “The videos help me understand English. English people speak so fast. I have more confidence now…” Udo, Bielefeld, Germany
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A huge “Thank you” to all our friends world-wide who took the trouble to answer our questions. We always appreciate your comments and are always open to receiving constructive feedback on our courses. Some of you have shared excellent learning tips which we will incorporate in future lessons. Keep at it! Your English will improve! Thank you all again and don’t be shy in contacting me. I’d love to hear from you: email@example.com