Learn English by Listening
Learn Real English from naturally spoken English conversations full of interesting stories and lessons. Use what you have learned and practice your skills in real English conversations with people to become a confident communicator.
- You will understand what you hear AND understand easily
- You will sound natural because you are using the same vocabulary native speakers use.
- You will have the vocabulary you need to speak and express your ideas.
- You can improve your speaking by noticing the language we use in different situations and practicing useful phrases.
Learn English by Conversations
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Stories are all about going beyond reality. It is no wonder that they let you understand big ideas with only a little bit of English reading practice. But this works better when you’re reading better stories. I am talking about award-winning short stories, told using language easily understood by English beginner learners. These will not only improve your English reading but also open your mind to different worlds.
Learn English by short stories.
In this part 1, you will listen to the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears".
Learn English by short stories part 2. In this part, you will listen to the story "The Little Mouse", "The Red Ripe Strawberry" and "The Big Hungry Bear".
One of the most important tasks in speaking any language is asking questions. This video will help you improve your English skills by listening to the conversation and find the right answer for questions.
Information questions are asked with the question words what, where, when, how, why, and which. These questions require longer answers to provide the specific information requested. Notice that each of these questions are answered with the positive or negative form of the helping verb.
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Learn English with Dialogues
You will learn real English with the dialogues recorded by native speakers. From dialogues, you will learn how to speak English fluently and improve your pronunciation.
Using dialogues to help listeners develop their conversation skills is common practice in most English classes. One of the main advantages to using dialogues is that listeners are given a rubric as a basis on which they can then build.
Once they have become comfortable using a dialogue, students can then go on to have related conversations building on their familiarity with the dialogue and the vocabulary specific to the situation.