ABA EnglishAt ABA English we’re specialized in teaching English with our unique Natural Method that we developed to transfer the principles of intuitive and natural mother-tongue learning to the digital space. Based on films especially designed to learn English, interactive exercises and guidance from a private tutor, the learning experience on the ABA course is effective, flexible and natural.
English With JoThere are currently three qualified teachers who provide English conversation lessons through this site. You can read their profiles below.
Hi Everyone, my name is Jo and I am a patient, professional and friendly English / ESL Teacher. I am also an English native speaker.
I grew up in Sydney, Australia and obtained a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from the University of New South Wales where I achieved First Class Honours in the field of Educational Psychology in 2002.
In Australia, I worked for six years teaching language, cognitive and social skills to children with autism and, in 2006, I moved to London and I worked for four years for The British Royal Family. After that, I obtained a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (T.E.F.L.) certification with INTESOL Worldwide and I am now a qualified teacher of English as a second or foreign language.
If you are interested in my lessons, you are welcome to sign-up for a free 15-minute demonstration class.
ESL Hip HopESL Hip Hop is a community for ESL (English as a Second Language) students and teachers who have a passion for the art of hip-hop. There are over a hundred grammar and vocabulary lessons as well as teaching resources and ideas for instructors who are interested in bringing a new edge to their classrooms. It might be the first website to help students learn English with hip hop!
Eva Easton's Authentic American Pronunciation BlogFor over 20 years I taught English speech and pronunciation at a college in the United States.
For over 20 years, I have put my class materials online.
Join me and learn the natural pronunciation of native speakers.
My English Teacher.eu BlogAnastasia Koltai, Founder of MyEnglishTeacher.eu, and an English language learner at the same time, launched MyEnglishTeacher.eu to improve my English and to become fluent in it.
Not really believing in the efficiency of course books, they are good for building your vocabulary, and improving your grammar, but you also need to practice a lot with native speakers to remember all the stuff you’ve learnt. And finally, you need to become fluent in English SPEAKING!
This is our main goal!
So, The World’s Friendliest Online English Language School, where you can practice with a qualified native English teacher and become fluent in English much, much faster than anywhere else. To replace dry books with live conversations between people. Because this makes you improve at rocket speed. I’ve hired the most qualified native English Teachers who are able to help you achieve the results you want.
PhraseMix BlogPhraseMix began in 2009 in New York City. Our mission was to teach real English the way that it's used in the real world.
Instead of learning single words and boring grammar rules, PhraseMix teaches you to look for meaningful phrases. When you study phrases, you learn both vocabulary and grammar at the same time.
In each lesson, we introduce a natural English sentence, explain when you can use it, and break it down into meaningful words and phrases.
RealLife EnglishWelcome to RealLife English, where we believe that learning English should never be a dry and boring school subject, but a life-changing adventure where
you don't just learn English, you live it.
Our experienced team of native Fluency Coaches (Ethan, Zach, Justin, and Chad) have helped millions of learners live their English in the real world, not only through our innovative courses, but also with over a thousand videos, articles, and podcasts.
Rolls off the Tongue BlogRolls off the Tongue tries to answer the question What's So Funny? We present jokes and explain why they are funny; And we take a very close look at English idiomatic expressions. We now have an APP ON ITUNES, called ENGLISH IDIOMS INTERACTIVE. The app is a cartoon guessing game, presenting the idiom, its meaning, and its origin, in a fun interactive format. Click on the TWO BUTTONS below to get either the IPHONE OR IPAD version. Idioms are the weirdest part of the English language. They never mean what they say. They "roll off the tongue" without stopping at the brain. Take a look at the cartoon/photo and try to guess the idiom being illustrated. It shows both the literal and figurative meaning of the idiomatic expression. We'll be posting new cartoons/photos weekly.