Speakings lessons from beginner to advanced level with detailed and clear explanation in each speaking situation.

First Day to Work

Mark: Hello, good morning. Do you remember me? Secretary: Oh! Yes, you are the man who asked so many questions yesterday. Mark: I am sorry. I was very nervous about the job interview. Secretary: That’s O.K. I was very nervous on my job inverview, too. Boss: Mark!! Hello. How are you this morning? Mark: I’m […]

The Job Interview

Mark: Wow! This is a very nice office. Boss: Thank you. Please sit down. Mark: Thank you. Boss: I understand that you are interested in the position in our Sales and Marketing Department? Mark: Yes, I think I could do a very good job. I think I would enjoy being a salesman. Boss: How did […]

Job Application Form

Transcripts Secretary: May I help you? Mark: Yes, you can. My name is Mark Johnson. And I’m 5 minutes late for a job interview. Secretary: That’s OK. You can fill out thí job application. You can have a seat right over there. Mark: Oh! O.K. Thank you. Secretary: You’re welcome. Mark: Excuse me. Secretary: Yes? […]

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Choosing which word to stress will improve your English speaking

Correct intonation and stress are the key to speaking English fluently with good pronunciation. Intonation and stress refers to the music of the English language. Words that are stressed are key to understanding and using the correct intonation brings out the meaning. After students have learned basic consonant and vowel sounds, they should move on […]

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Word stress can change the sentence meaning

When you are speaking English the words you stress can change the underlying meaning of a sentence. Let’s take a look at the following sentence: I don’t think he should get the job. This simple sentence can have many levels of meaning based on the word you stress. Consider the meaning of the following sentences with […]

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How to use Measure Words

Measure words are commonly used to talk about non-count items, such as rice, water, wine, sugar. We use the measure words to say how much of the substance you are talking about. Let’s see some examples how we use measure words in English.    

Would like vs like, be like vs look like

How to understand the difference between would like and like, be like and look like. Would like vs. (Do) like What kind of food do you like? (Facts, personal preferences) I like beef, fish and apples. I like Japanese food. What kind of food would you like? (If you could choose) I would like Chinese food. What […]

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How to encourage in English

There are times when you meet someone in a happy or sad situation, and you want to encourage them. Here are phrases and useful words you may need to use to encourage people in English. Good encouragement is the biggest help in the conversation.   Expressing Goodwill . . .when someone is arriving Welcome Welcome back! Come in. It’s good […]

How to introduce other peole

Introduce other people

Practice speaking skills Introducing other people involve at least three people: A: The introducer (who knows both B and C) B: Introducee (knows A but not C) C: Introducee (knows A but not B) For Example, A: Have you two met each other before? B: No, we haven’t. A: Bean, this is Christian. Christian this is Bean. […]

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Telephone Talk in English

How to make an English conversation on telephone? A lot of people find that having conversations on telephone in English are much more difficult than talking to people face to face. Some of the reason are because you cannot see their body language and expressions to guess their meaning. Or maybe you feel nervous when you […]