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Taboo - Practise your English with Games

Do you like learning English while playing games? I certainly do! The good thing is that with mobile apps you can easily play games for enjoyment and they are so entertaining that you won't even know that you are learning English at the same ...

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August 15, 2017
by Nayla Morales

Improve your English with crossword puzzles and 'Wordalot'

When you’re learning English, it’s important to keep your motivation up. As with any task, there may be times when language learning feels a bit monotonous, so try different ways to practise and improve your English.

How about Crosswords? Have ...

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August 09, 2017
by Nayla Morales

Mobile learning with the Language Learning App Duolingo

Nowadays with just a smartphone you can learn English on the go in lots of ways. You can listen to music with English lyrics, you can watch and listen to YouTube channels or ;podcasts for English learners, and let’s not forget using mobile apps. ...

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August 03, 2017
by Nayla Morales

Top Tips for learning Irregular Verbs

Just when you thought that the verbs in English were so easy to learn (by only adding “d” or “ed”) you discovered the irregular verbs!

Did you know that most verbs in the English language are irregular? There are over 180 of them! And they ...

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July 07, 2017
by Nayla Morales

Online English Video Lessons with … engVid

Using the Internet can be a really effective way to hear new language being used in context. And unlike reading, it also feeds our 21st century need for screens!

While you might have already watched plenty of YouTube videos, there are many ...

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July 03, 2017
by Nayla Morales

Learn English with Music Videos and Lyrics

Using music to learn languages can be a fun and effective way to help you memorise not only individual words, but longer phrases and expressions. And, of course, it will also really help you improve your pronunciation and oral comprehension.

 

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June 08, 2017
by Nayla Morales

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