How to choose the correct English Exam for you?

How to choose the correct English Exam for you?

<<Which English exam should I take? and Which English exam is best for me?>> are the most common questions we get nowadays. 20 years ago, choosing the correct English exam was a really easy decision, as the Cambridge exams were the only ones that gave a...
Talking About Numbers

Talking About Numbers

Talking About Numbers in English Useful information for describing graphs and charts 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...
Improve Speaking and Listening Skills in English

Improve Speaking and Listening Skills in English

Improve Your Listening and Speaking Skills in English Students are always looking for a way to improve their speaking and listening skills. Improve Listening and Speaking in English by Really Listening to Your Partner One way is utilizing the skills you already have...
Colloquial English at a Restaurant

Colloquial English at a Restaurant

Colloquial English At A Restaurant 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...
Alternatives to Increase and Decrease

Alternatives to Increase and Decrease

  In a previous post we looked at DESCRIBING GRAPHS AND TABLES IN ENGLISH, which is 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. Increase and decrease are...
Tips for Passing the Speaking Part of English Exams

Tips for Passing the Speaking Part of English Exams

How can I pass the Speaking part of English exams? Most exams, such as IELTS, SLP, and all of the Cambridge exams, involve a speaking part or interview. These can either be individual, or as with the Cambridge exams, with another student. The Speaking part of English...