Today at 12 noon, Madam Azimah went LIVE on our Facebook page. She discussed this common question we get from people:
“How can I improve my English when I have no one to practise with?” Does that sound like you? You feel stuck because nobody around you uses English. If so, watch the video here.
Today at 12 noon, I went LIVE on our Facebook page. I answered some questions we received through email and social media and one of them is this:
“I seriously want to improve my English, but how do I stay focussed in learning English?”
Does that sound like you? Maybe you know that you need to spend time learning, but everything in life just gets in the way.
Watch all four parts of the session here.
Imagine you’re presenting in a meeting with your bosses and suddenly somebody raises their hand and asks you a question.
You should be able to answer the question, but you’re finding it difficult to think on the spot.
What do you do?
Being in front of a group of people and speaking off the cuff can be hard. Getting a question that you have to answer on the spot can be even harder.
I want to introduce you to a technique called “Buying Time”. Continue reading “This tip will help you answer hard questions.”
Today at 12 noon, Madam Azimah went LIVE on our Facebook page again. She addressed this issue:
“People laugh at me when I speak English. What should I do?”
Does that sound like you? Maybe you’re scared to speak English because people might laugh at you. If this is a problem you’re facing, make sure to watch this video.
You can also listen to this session on
Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.
It’s Thursday today and for today’s lesson, Madam Azimah went LIVE on our Facebook page. She addressed this issue:
“I’m shy to speak English because my grammar is bad. What can I do?”
Does that sound like you? If so, make sure to watch this video.
Today at 12PM, Madam Azimah went LIVE again on our Facebook page and she taught a grammar lesson!
It’s about verbs and how to use them with and without -ed.
Watch Part 1 here.
Here’s Part 2!
It’s Thursday today, so we have a lesson for you again. But we’re doing something different this week.
Today at 12PM, Madam Azimah went LIVE on our Facebook page and she taught a grammar lesson!
It’s all about adjectives and how to apply them in your daily life to express your feelings.
Watch it here now.
Are you working from home? I’ve been working from home for the past six years, but since we officially started this Movement Control Order, it feels a little different.
Well first, my husband is home (which is great because we get to spend more time together). And the kids are in the house the whole day, too. So this isn’t something that’s normal, even for me. It can get a little hectic in here. 😂
I hope you and your family are taking good care of yourselves during this time of uncertainty.
Anyway, since it’s Thursday, we have a new lesson for you!
Last week I wrote about the difference between “also” and “too”.
If you haven’t read that post, you can read it here.
Today, I want to continue with another grammar rule related to it.
Continue reading “How to know when to use “either” or “too””
Today I want to share with you the difference between “also” and “too”. This was actually a question we received from one of our online course students so I thought it’d be great to share it with you, too.
See? I just used “too” in the above sentence!
So what’s the difference between the two? Continue reading ““also” and “too” – fix this mistake today!”
We’re back with our Thursday posts!
Last month we did Facebook live sessions instead of our normal post with tips and lessons. So it feels like it’s been a while since I’ve written post on the blog.
Today I want to answer a question that we’ve been asked several times:
What is the difference between “will” and “shall”? Continue reading “Confused between “will” and “shall”? This is for you.”