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Controversial topic: Margaret Thatcher - for and against

Controversial topic: Margaret Thatcher - for and against

Margaret Thatcher is just as controversial now as when she was alive. Vocabulary to match the controversial topic and a free audio of the text being read aloud by a native-speaker of English.

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IELTS exam preparation advice from an English teacher

IELTS exam preparation advice from an English teacher

Experienced native-speaker English teacher and examiner gives advice about IELTS exam preparation to help improve your band score. Perfect IELTS student? Are you?

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How to say numbers: Apple share price drop

How to say numbers: Apple share price drop

Hear how to say numbers with a free mp3 of the text being read aloud by a British native speaker.

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R&R 29: British Comedy is not 'Dinner for One'

R&R 29: British Comedy is not 'Dinner for One'

British native speakers talking about British comedy and how the funny shows that the Brits export are different from the shows that we watch in England

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English Vocabulary: Pregnant Kate

English Vocabulary: Pregnant Kate

Kate is preggers! Lots of English vocabulary about having a baby. As the story of the Royal pregnancy rolls on and on, learn native-speaker phrases to make your English sound more natural.

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English Rain - The floods are back

English Rain - The floods are back

All the language you need to talk about English rain and flooding. Expand your English vocabulary to sound more like a native speaker and gain some cultural knowledge

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Vocabulary phrases: Books v Kindle

Vocabulary phrases: Books v Kindle

Vocabulary phrases are chunks of English words that make you sound like a native speaker if you use them. See lots of these 'English chunks' in the article and ask the teacher for explanations

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Common English Errors

Common English Errors

Native speakers don’t realise it, but anyone learning English as a foreign language will know that it can be a hard language to learn. A certain period of self-study may be possible, but taught general English courses are really one of the best ways of learning, and even better to learn English in London, where you’re surrounded by native speakers and the culture. Nevertheless, and however you’re learning, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common mistakes you can make in English to help you out.

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Accent reduction: Native Speaker speech pattern copying

Accent reduction: Native Speaker speech pattern copying

Practice sentences for accent reduction training. Copy speech rhythms of a native speaker, RP accent to sound more natural & less like an English student.

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R&R 22: English Accent - Missing England

R&R 22: English Accent - Missing England

Listen to a native speaker's received pronunciation accent in natural conversation & then in the next blog do some exercises to soften your English accent.

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Accent training: 'th' sound exercises

Accent training: 'th' sound exercises

Soften your English accent by practising pronunciation of problematic sounds. Accent Training exercises on 'Th' sound with free mp3 of native speaker

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Advanced vocabulary: Break phrases

Advanced vocabulary: Break phrases

Colloquial phrases give colour to your speech. Learning and using this advanced vocabulary will make you sound more like a native speaker and less like an English language learner.

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Boxing Idioms: Nexus 7 v i-Pad

Boxing Idioms: Nexus 7 v i-Pad

Lots of boxing idioms used & explained in this article comparing tablet computers. These idioms can be used in business English to make you sound like a native speaker

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Did Shakespeare write his plays?

Did Shakespeare write his plays?

Some scholars are beginning to debate the question, did Shakespeare write his plays? Watch the video, read & VOTE. Plus win free English lessons in our Shakespeare competition.

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Shakespeare, my hero conversation

Shakespeare, my hero conversation

Native speaker English teachers talking about Shakespeare. What's the best play, how do actors learn the lines & more. Improve listening skills & vocabulary

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