Category Archives for Daily English Lesson

Planning: The ‘Secret English Learning Weapon’? [Audio Lesson]

Is planning really the key to success? It could be. One thing’s for certain, though: Some of the most successful language learners (and people in general) plan. Even if they’re not doing it

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How To Use Confusing Adjectives That End With -ing And -ed

Ahhh, confusing adjectives… Today we’re going to make confusing adjectives a bit less confusing, by listening, reading and watching all about them. At the end, I’ve even made a quick

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Are You Guilty Of This? [English Learning Mistake]

Are you guilty of this? You see something interesting on Facebook or in your email, you read it, and then you forget about it… If you’re guilty of this… go on, put your hand up… don’t

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It Could Have Died… [Grammar]

The other day, my beautiful, pregnant wife and I were talking about the turtle we saved the other day. She said, “if the turtle doesn’t eat, it could have died.” Uh oh… English

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Where Should You Begin Learning English? [Video]

A few weeks ago, I recorded a video with an online English teaching friend, Kim from English With Kim. We talked about topics, such as: Why finding your ‘why‘ should be a priority Using

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Would You Care For A Mojito?

The other day, I read something that really annoyed me. It was about some bartenders (people who serve drinks at bars) who are getting tired of serving mojitos. Now, if you didn’t know, a mojito

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Give Me Your Confidence!

From: The Confidence Killer. You might be thinking: “Who is this writing on English For Study?” Before I answer your question… I have a question for you. Have you ever walked away from

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Are You Feeling Lucky?

A big part of English learning success is luck. Most people think that hard work is the most important factor in learning English, but really it’s just an added bonus. Even the laziest person in

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The Building Blocks of English Conversation

Yesterday I told you about an English lesson I heard on the radio… To cut a long story short… the ‘English lesson’ on the radio was the opposite of helpful. The hosts of the radio show

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Speaking Clearly With Common Speech Patterns

Last week I asked this question: What is the purpose of language? Most of the messages I got were pretty correct. Answers like: To express ourselves. To communicate with others. To tell people what we

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