People often ask us this question: ‘How do I stay motivated to learn English?’
Learning English, just like learning any other skill, requires a lot of time and support. And it’s hard to get the support you need when the people around you don’t speak English.
So in this week’s video (which was a live session on our FB page), I share ’10 Ways to Stay Motivated to Learn English’.
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Over the next several weeks, we’ll be going live on our FB page every Tuesday at 10AM to provide tips and lessons to improve your English.
We kicked off the first session with me on Tuesday (two days ago), and if you missed it, you can watch the replay here.
Continue reading “When to use ‘I’ or ‘me’ in a sentence”
We recently got this question from a subscriber: When do we use “me” and “I” in a sentence?
This is a confusion for many second language learners because “I” and “me” mean the same thing. It’s a pronoun you use to refer to yourself.
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This is the replay of a Facebook Live we did on our Facebook page. Madam Azimah talked about how to correct yourself when you make a mistake!
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On Tuesday, I went live on our FB page and talked about eight things you can do when your mind goes blank.
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Watch Madam Azimah share five things you can do at home to improve your English. This is the replay of a Facebook Live session on our Facebook page.
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On Tuesday, I went live on our FB page to share more tips about getting your voice heard if you’re soft-spoken.
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Many people have said that I’m soft-spoken (but those who know me well would probably say I’m not–especially my children).
Do people say that you’re soft-spoken? Do you have a gentle, quiet voice?
Being soft-spoken is not a bad thing. You’re probably a wonderful listener and people love talking to you.
But sometimes, we need to speak with a louder volume so that people can actually hear the important things we have to say.
Also, speaking with a louder voice can help us become more confident when we need to express our opinions.
If you’re soft-spoken, I want to share a few tips for getting your point across.
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If you’ve been following our stories on Instagram or Facebook, you may know that Madam Azimah has a new weekly segment on Manis FM, a radio channel for East Coast Malaysians.
The segment focuses on English for working professionals. Does that sound like you?
The first episode was released yesterday and it’s called 7 Steps to Effectively Introduce Yourself.
If you missed it (especially if you’re not living on the East Coast), we have good news. Madam Azimah has re-recorded the episode and added new examples for you.
It’s only 15 minutes–but it’s a good one.
You can listen to it here:
The other day I was having a conversation with my husband. I can’t remember the actual words or the subject of the conversation, but I said something like this:
‘It’s more nicer this way.’
Then he corrected me, ‘It’s nicer this way.’
Did you spot the mistake?
Today I’m sharing a common mistake that even native English speakers make. It’s the use of ‘more + adjective’ in sentences.
(As mentioned above, even I make this mistake in speaking. My husband seems to enjoy correcting me because I teach English.)
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