Express Yourself Using Essential Conversation Skills
Learn to communicate well and connect in conversations in English with these articles and video lessons
It happens to all of us. You’re in the middle of a conversation with a friend, colleague, or even a stranger on the street, and you say something that just comes out wrong. Oops! What now? Maybe you used the wrong word or expression. Maybe you lost your train of thought or forgot … Read the article and watch the video lesson
If you’re working as a customer service representative and interacting with a lot of native speakers on the phone or in person, you’re probably really concerned about clear communication in English. I recently received an awesome question from a member of this community who said: “It’s really important for … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Before we get started, I have a couple of questions for you and I want you to think about them as we go through this article and video: How would you describe your current level of English? What are you trying to achieve next? If someone asked you to describe … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Do you think your pronunciation affects the way you communicate in English? In this workshop, we’re going to talk about the relationship between pronunciation and clear communication in English. More specifically, we’ll discuss the elements of accent reduction that are truly essential for being understood by native English speakers. … Read the article and watch the video lesson
You may have noticed I’m a big fan of asking better questions in English! After all, the main reason most people want to improve how they sound when speaking English is to connect in conversation with other people. Whether you’re interacting with your friends, colleagues, co-workers, acquaintances, or even … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Want to understand fast native English speakers during conversations in English? Do you feel a little stressed out when trying to follow what fast-talking Americans are saying? 😕 If so, you’re not alone. Most non-native speakers tend to stress out before interacting with native English speakers because they’re afraid they’re … Read the article and watch the video lesson
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