Communication breakdown happens, we all know that. But why does it happen? Is it because of someone’s accent? Read on to find out.
Having experienced the English language in so many different places has taught me a few things. One of them is that it is like bottomless coffee. Read on to learn why.
A brief intro Skip to The importance of cultural awareness in the classroom My first experience ever in a language school was as a novice teacher. Actually, it was more as a Journalism student who needed a part-time job and happened to speak good English than as a teacher per se. This was over 20Continue reading “Cultural Awareness in classroom management”
If you want to improve your listening, here is where to start. Say good-bye to that feeling that you can’t understand what people say.
When you are reading for fun, it doesn’t really matter what you do or how you do it. You have all the time in the world – potentially. But when you take an exam, what and how you read will impact your score.
If you are preparing for a proficiency test, you might have encountered a number of gap-fill exercises along the way. Here you’ll see how to tackle the Cambridge English Reading and Use of English task.
Do you want to learn English? As the saying goes, “where there is a will, there is a way”. Naturally, there is more to it than just willpower. Some call it ‘growth mindset’, others call it ‘agency’.
The world is changing and we might need to change, too. What skills will we need to make it in our new reality? Read on to find out.
At some point in your learning journey, there will be a moment where you will believe you have reached a good level of English. However, this is not the end of your journey, it’s a new beginning.
Imagine having to prepare for an exam during a pandemic. This is exactly what several international students and immigration applicants are going through at the moment.