English Conversation at Work – Meeting a Customer

Jim: You must be Mark Johnson? Mark: You must be Mr. Pearson? Jim: Yes. Sorry I am late. Mark: Never mind. Please sit down. Would you like something to drink? Jim: Yes. Some tea would be nice. Mark: Waitress! A cup of tea, please. So Mr. Pearson, I hear that your company is very large. […]

English Conversation at Work – First Business Meeting

Boss Thank you all for coming today. First of all, I would like you all to meet Mr. Mark Johnson. He is our new salesperson with the company. Susan: I think Mark has met everyone, oh, except for Ann. Ann: Hello, Mark. I am Ann Nice to meet you. I am a salesperson, too. Mark: […]

10 questions to start a conversation in English

10 questions to start a conversation in English

Here are ten questions to help you start speaking English. Each of these questions help to begin or continue a conversation. The questions are in two categories: Basic Facts and Hobbies / Free Time. There are also a number of questions that can help you continue the conversation after the first question. Five Basic Facts […]

Tips on Making a Good First Impression in English

    A warm smile, a firm handshake, and a sincere gaze are all important aspects of making a good first impression. But let’s not forget confidence – confidence in your English, that is! Because a few clumsy or inappropriate words in English can drastically affect the impression you’re trying to make, we’ve written this […]

How to start an English conversation

    One of the hardest steps in learning a foreign language is finding the confidence to start a conversation. This is especially difficult when the other person is a native speaker. Here are some tips to help you break the ice. 1. Opening lines The first step is to break the ice (start the […]

How to understand the Headline in English

How to understand Headline news in English

Many students have difficulty understanding newspaper headlines. This is because newspaper headlines are often incomplete sentences (i.e. Difficult Times Ahead). Here is a guide to the most common exceptions found in newspaper headlines. Noun Phrases Headlines often contain a noun phrase with no verb. A noun phrase describes a noun (i.e. around strange, exotic people). […]

10 things you should never say in English

10 things you should never say in English

The season for holiday gatherings is coming, but are you ready to keep the conversation going in English? As you meet and greet friends, colleagues and new acquaintances, remember that casual conversation topics in your language may not be acceptable in English. Here’s a short list of what not to say to avoid insult or […]

telephone talk in English

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 […]

Making comparison in English

Making Comparisons in English

Making comparisons in English is very simple. This lesson will help you to learn some rule in an easy want to understand how to make comparisons. 1. Which sofa should we buy? This one is larger, but it is also more expensive. 2. I need a new watch. The Classie is nicer than the Timebox. […]

HOW do you learn English the fast and easy way?

How to learn English quickly?

Do you want to become a more confident English speakers? Do you want the ability to automatically think in English? If so, this video is for you. In this video, I am going to tell you Secret to learning Englsih Quickly and easily with: No classes No studying No memorization … That might sound impossible […]