There’s something for everyone here! This podcast series by Innovative Language is for all experience levels. Whether you can barely say “hello” in English or can talk fluently in the language for several minutes, there are some real gems for you here!
Do you have a hard time pronouncing certain sounds in English? Do you believe that it’s nearly impossible to improve your accent? I´m here to tell you that you can drastically improve your pronunciation in a short amount of time.
It´s going to take an open mind, consistent effort, and experimentation with new strategies, but it’s not as hard as you may believe. With pronunciation, a little effort goes a long way.
Listen to this interesting interview with Lisa and Ade. Welcome to this PodCast: TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR PRONUNCIATION.
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Falling in love is easy, if you meet the right person… But what if Mr or Ms Right doesn’t speak your language? From asking someone out and going on a date to falling in love, romance and more, this bookPODCAST gives you all the English CONTEXT you need to speak the Language of Love.
Is English the language of love? 98% 63% 52% 37% of EFL speakers think that having language skills is attractive of EFL speakers have dated someone who speaks a different native language of EFL speakers have used an English language dating website of EFL speakers have learned a language to impress a loved one 52% of EFL speakers have learned English to understand a celebrity 55% of EFL speakers have serenaded someone with an English language love song.
Hey Everyone, and welcome back to Sucre Language Center Podcasts.
This time, we bring you: 12 Myths About Learning English! Yes: If someone says, “I can’t learn English,” they’ll often explain by giving a reason that is actually a MYTH (a myth is something that is False). In this two-part series, we’ll debunk all these common myths, and give you tips to help you get past the different obstacles that you might face.
I’m Not Good with Foreign Languages The mind is a powerful thing. The fact is, our brains can absorb new knowledge every day, yet if we let them, our brains could also trick us into thinking we can’t (and we don’t want that). THEREFORE, by changing your mindset, you get the best chance to learn something new! Myth 2: I’m Embarrassed to Speak English The famous poet James Joyce said, “Mistakes are the portals of discovery.” That means, you need to see every mistake as an opportunity to learn! Accepting that you’re a learner will help you to be less critical about yourself, and teach you to actually enjoy the mistakes you make while learning. And this positive attitude might even make others want to help you.
I’m Too Old to Learn English
Yes, younger people easily learn new languages, but that doesn’t mean older people can’t learn English. An adult has more experience and focus to solve problems, and is more able to introduce some changes in order to make learning easier, and a lot more pleasant.
I Don’t Have Enough Time We get it, you’re busy…. The whole world seems to be busy. Everyone is moving so fast. Nevertheless, believing that you need a lot of time to learn English is actually false. You simply need to identify the time your brain is working at its best, when your focus is sharp, and learning feels easier. And organize yourself around that time.
I Need to Visit an English-speaking Country In the past, learning a new language was difficult because it was harder to travel to other countries. But thanks to -you guessed it- the Internet, we can now bring foreign languages into our homes with the click of a button. Plus, you can discover ways to learn and practice English in your own life, without the need for a plane ticket…!
I Can’t Afford It Money is a common excuse that many easily use to explain why they can’t do something. With the help of tons of free English resources online though, you’ll be improving your English without even spending a dollar. Remember: The best learning experiences are the most memorable, not the most expensive. Wanna know what the other six myths on Learning English are all about? Stay tuned for the second part of this podcast 😊 See you there!
Hello! Welcome to the Sucre Language Center Podcasts. We're opening with an exciting topic on 5 Interesting Facts about English (that you didn't know). Are you ready? Let's begin:
1) The shortest, oldest, and most commonly used word is “I.”
Medieval manuscripts reveal that some of the oldest words in English are “I,” “we,” “two,” and “three.” This makes “I” one of the shortest and oldest words in the English language. It is also the most commonly used word in English conversations.
2) “I am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language