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Did you know that Govinda once tried to get a job as a steward at a 5-star hotel but failed as he couldn’t speak English? | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

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Govinda was undoubtedly one of the top Bollywood actors in the 90s where he ruled the era with his brilliant performances in hit films. However, the a This content was originally published here.

Their son had autism. Mom didn’t speak English well. Then COVID put school online: One family’s fight for special ed services

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Their son had autism. Mom didn’t speak English well. Then COVID put school online: One family’s fight for special ed services Ashley Okwuosa and Sharon Lurye  |  The Teacher Project This story was produced by the Teacher Project, an education reporting fellowship at Columbia Journalism School. NUTLEY, N.J. — Ever since Carlos Tejada was diagnosed with autism at 13 months old, his parents have struggled to find him the right services. It was not for lack of trying. His mother, Adelaida Checo, attended more than a dozen meetings to discuss his special education plan at the Jersey City elementary school the […]

Do You Want to Speak English Faster? | Vocabulary Home

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Do You Want to  Speak English Faster? I have got to go. –> I’ve gotta go. I have got a book. –> I’ve gotta book. Do you want to dance? –> Wanna dance? Do you want a banana? –> Wanna banana? Let me in. –>Lemme in. Let me go. –> Lemme go. I’II let you know. –>I’II letcha know. Did you do it? –> Dija do it? Not yet. –> Na chet. I’II meet you later. –> I’II meechu layder. What do you think? –> Whaddyu think? What did you do with it? –> Whajoo do with it? How did […]

5 podcasts for you to learn English – Blog SEDA College Online

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Podcasts are programs in audio format, which you can listen to easily through Spotify or any other application to play audio. Do you know the time you spend in the traffic jam, the queue at the bank, or waiting for your doctor’s appointment? It’s the perfect time to listen to a podcast! And why not take this opportunity to learn English? After all, podcasts are free and very useful for practicing oral comprehension. And for you not to waste time searching, we’ve already selected 5 podcasts for you to listen to at lunchtime, at the gym or even on the […]

Important Vocabulary | Learn English Online

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Do you want to improve your English skill? There are a lot of resources to learn English around the net. In this section i will share with you Common English This content was originally published here.

Help your child learn English

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Activities you can try together at home. With schools closing due to Coronavirus, parents around the world are asking the same question – how do I help my child learn English at home? We’re here to help, with free advice and activities you can try at home. What kind of activities can we do at home? Regular practice is best for learning a language, so if you can, try to learn ‘a little and often’. Keep activities short and fun (3–10 minutes for children aged 5–12). However, if your child is enjoying working on their own, let them control their […]

3 Study Tips for Busy Students Who Want to Learn English Quickly

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Studying to improve your English skills can lead to new opportunities, including in your career. However, if you are currently employed or your schedule is busy, then you may wonder if these commitments will slow down your English studies. Taking English lessons while working or doing other things can be difficult, but if you are serious and you use good time management skills, you can do it. Read on for a few study tips to help you learn English quickly. 1. Practice Good Time Management and Develop Better Study Habits Organising your time better can help you feel less overwhelmed […]

Keep Current, Learn English in Context | Language News

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Earlier in 2015, we promised free, online English lessons that we more interesting than a textbook and less intimidating than a newspaper. We’ve delivered! This content was originally published here.

How to Use Your Phone to Learn English

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BridgeEnglish teacher Colleen Luckett shares her second tip about using technology to supplement English classes: using your phone to learn English! This content was originally published here.

Blended Learning: The Best Way to Learn English Online – Wall Street English

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If you’re looking at different ways to learn English, it can be quite overwhelming to choose what’s right for you. Some schools propose traditional group classes one day a week while other courses consist purely of online exercises with no live interaction with a teacher. So where does ‘blended learning’ fit into this? What is it and why is it the best way to learn English?   Understanding Blended Learning Blended learning is a combination of self-study activities and classes led by a teacher. At Wall Street English, the self-study activities include:  You can do this part of your course wherever you want at any time that suits you.  Lessons with teachers are based almost entirely on speaking activities and give you the chance…