There are so many cool informal phrases that could make your English more authentic. Unfortunately common course books don’t teach them. Here’s your chance to learn three of them!
Three words with three same roots and yet different meaning. Terrible, terrific and terrifying. Learn about their meaning, how to use them in context and pronounce them right.
Ak sa vám nedarí zapamätať si nejaké anglické slovíčko, skúste si pozrieť jeho pôvod – budete prekvapení, aká je táto technika účinná.
Mnoho študentov angličtiny si zamieňa hlásky /v/ a /w/. Naučte sa, ako ich správne vysloviť na príklade slov „move“ a „mow“.
Find out how to pronounce the sounds /e/ and /æ/ in the right way and see what funny/awkward situations they may get you in if you mix up their pronunciation.
There is a host of things that may be standing in your way to better English pronunciation. Check out the video to find out what may be blocking your way to better English pronunciation and how to remedy some of the problems.
Shifting the point of resonance is one of the key aspects that can dramatically improve the way you sound. In this video, I’m introducing the concept of shifting the point of resonance, which can help you sound better in English.
Lots of English learners confuse the sounds /v/ and /w/, which often leads to mixing up whole words and consequent misunderstandings. This is the case of the pair „move“ and „mow“. Learn how to pronounce them correctly, what their meaning is and how they can be used in context.
If you can’t remember an English word, check out its origin – you’ll be very surprised how handy it might come in…