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Talking About Numbers

Talking About Numbers

11 October, 2019   In the previous 2 posts on trends we looked at how to make sentences using verbs, both transitive and intransitive (here), and also how to give more detailed information using either adjectives or adverbs, the magic 5 s’s (here).  Today I want...

Become A Better Conversationalist

Become A Better Conversationalist

1 October, 2019   The art of being a good conversationalist is increasingly difficult to master. What do you think makes a good conversationalist? We always try and stress the importance of asking questions to our students. It shows you're interested and keeps...

Colloquial Language at a Restaurant

Colloquial Language at a Restaurant

23 September, 2019 Before eating Asking for a table - Notice here, we use THERE ARE, not we are.  Ordering from the waiter - When ordering, we use the verb HAVE and the Future Simple. As well, we have the definite article THE to show specificity. i.e. I'll have the...

Alternatives to Increase and Decrease

Alternatives to Increase and Decrease

16 September, 2019   In a previous post we looked at the 5 Ss, a good way to add information to sentences using adverbs and adjectives. Today we want to give you some alternatives to increase and decrease for verbs, next week we will look at nouns. Increase and...

Tips for the Speaking Part of Exams

Tips for the Speaking Part of Exams

3 September, 2019 Most exams, IELTS, SLP, all the Cambridge exams, involve a speaking part or interview. These can either be individual, or as with the Cambridge exams, with another student. They are often the most worrying and stressful for students, so here are some...

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