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  • 5 things NOT to say to a British person
    Somehow, whilst trying to understand the British culture a little better, a few stereotypes have been picked up along the way, which can sometimes lead to slightly uncomfortable, and often monotonous conversations read more...
  • 5 Things all my TOP Students did that Gave Them Great Speaking/Fluency
    As a former English teacher, I have taught all kinds of students with all kinds of levels, from absolute beginners to fluent speakers, and let me tell you right now, there is NO right way to learn a language because what works for you, may not work for someone else. read more...
  • What It Means to Put the Reader at the Center in Professional Communication
    Working remotely means having to communicate more through writing. But written communication can only be an effective method of sharing information and keeping teams connected when messages are easy to comprehend and the main takeaways are clear. read more...
  • Tips to Make Your Written English More Powerful
    Are your readers frequently failing to connect with your point? Do you get frustrated when someone misunderstands something you’ve written? read more...
  • How Bullet Lists Help Organize Your Ideas
    That large dot has power and can have a wide variety of uses–ones you may have never considered before. read more...
  • How to Achieve a Confident Tone in Writing
    In writing, confidence is power. This may not come naturally if you feel out of your depth or intimidated by your audience. But finding the right tone to convey authority and self-assurance is worth your effort. read more...
  • 5 Ways to Learn English Fast and Effectively
    With over one quarter of the world speaking English, you don’t have to search very far to find scores of resources and opportunities to practice the language if you're wanting to learn. read more...
  • Tips for Learning Language as an Introvert
    When it comes to traditionally social learning contexts such as language learning, introverts may worry about whether or not they will enjoy learning in a group setting. Read more...
  • How Can Gaming Help You Learn A Language?
    Since the early 1980s, academics have pointed to the important role that games can play in language learning. Read more...
  • Working from home efficiently
    Okay, I admit it. I do not transition very well. For years I have built my business providing face-to-face sessions in my office. Read more...
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Correspondence (pen-pal)
Correspondence (pen-pal)
You can improve your writing as well as reading skills by corresponding with a penpal . Simply exchange messages with members who are looking for a correspondence exchange!
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Text,  voice and video chat
Practice your foreign language by chatting with a native speaker and using your chat software of choice: Conversation Exchange ChitChat, Skype, Hangouts, etc.