At Seattle’s Olé Café, you’re not only encouraged to speak Spanish — it’s required

At Seattle’s new Olé Café, you’re not only encouraged to speak Spanish, you are required. “We are maintaining the ‘no English zone’ and we’ll let people know this is just for Spanish only,” said owner Amanda Reichert. “They’re welcome to sit outside [and speak English] but we’re keeping this a non-English zone inside the cafe.” […]

FREE Speak English Podcasts | Learn English 190 Article – The Difference Between The Active And The Passive Voice

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Learn English 179 Podcast Today We Improve English Pronunciation Of Words Like Cheese And Fish

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How to Learn English Language & Aim for Call Center Jobs?

July 15, 2019 7 3 minutes read 0 A job in a call center is a dream for many of us. However, the basic requirement for cashing a call center job opportunity is fluency in English speaking. You’ll not get hired as a call center agent until you get command on the English language. Many […]

FREE Speak English Podcasts | Learn English 188 Article IELTS Speaking Topics: Where Do You Come From?

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How can film help you teach or learn English? | British Council

What can film and video add to the learning experience? Kieran Donaghy, who won the British Council’s TeachingEnglish blog award tells us why film is such a good resource and recommends some useful websites, in one of our top five articles of all time, illustrated by artist Jamie Johnson. Language teachers have been using films in their classes for decades, and there are […]

FREE Speak English Podcasts | Learn English 183 Article Learn English with Audio: Listening Practice About Bullied Reindeer

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Provo company helps foreign students learn English

A family of immigrants is helping non-English speakers succeed in learning the language. The Dutra family, originally from Brazil, owns and operates Internexus Provo, a school that teaches English as a second language. The family believes that, even outside of English-speaking countries, the ability to speak the language helps individuals attain more success. The school […]

How to learn English for free and make money translating English

Would you like to learn English for free and make money translating English? If so, here’s your chance! Bookmark this post and share it with your friends! How to learn English for free! While I was in Vietnam, I met so many friendly Vietnamese! Most people wanted to talk to me, even though they weren’t […]

Public University Suspends Prof. for Advising Foreign Student to Learn English – Dr. Rich Swier

In a bothersome case of political correctness gone amok, a professor at a highly ranked public university in the United States has been suspended for suggesting a foreign student “learn English.” The egregious incident occurred this month at the University of Kansas (UK), a taxpayer-funded institution with an enrollment of 28,500 that ranks among the […]