Throughout the world, over 1 billion people speak English, either as their mother tongue or as a foreign language. Alongside Mandarin, Spanish and Hindi, English regularly rates as one of the top four most widely spoken languages. It's no surprise when you consider English has long been the global language of business and that, in […]
13 March 2020 ∙ 7 minutes reading time
Humans are the only animals capable of communicating with more than single sounds. Human sounds are joined together in multiple ways to present literal and implied meaning. Literal meaning is the face value of a word or sentence — what it represents. Implied meaning is gained through context, intonation, gestures and facial expressions, and word choice. […]
26 February 2020 ∙ 12 minutes reading time
According to the most recent statistics, it is estimated that in 2020, around 2 billion people worldwide, both native and non-native speakers, will be using English for business purposes. This number has been increasing steadily by about 250 million every 1-2 years. If you're reading this, chances are you're learning English (or thinking about it). […]
26 February 2020 ∙ 13 minutes reading time
Congratulations on your decision to learn English! Whether you are taking group or private English lessons or learning online, becoming fluent in English will open a whole new world. With the ever-increasing global community and the widespread use of English in trade, there is an abundance of opportunities for English speakers who have sound oral, […]
7 February 2020 ∙ 9 minutes reading time
“Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things.” - Flora Lewis A good grasp of English is useful in so many contexts and places; whether for socialising, work or just getting by in an Anglophone country. English lessons, whether in the form […]
7 February 2020 ∙ 6 minutes reading time
English! The universal language. Nothing illustrates this fact more than the number of native English speakers in relation to those who speak English as a second language. 450 million people speak English as a first language, but more than 1.5 billion people speak the language of Shakespeare worldwide. That's over 20% of the global population. […]
24 January 2020 ∙ 8 minutes reading time
Very few people are naturally gifted with the automatic ability to excel in their chosen field or skill. Prior to expertise comes feelings of exasperation and self-doubt, periods of making mistakes while learning, and a lot of hard work. Learning English in the first place is commendable. The process can be frustrating and confusing, and […]
13 January 2020 ∙ 18 minutes reading time
'English is just badly pronounced French.' So said Georges Clémenceau, former Prime Minister of France. He may seem to be implying that learning English, or any foreign language, is easy. It is not. If it was easy — the grammar, new words and phrases, dialects, reading and speaking, tenses — we'd all be multi-lingual. In […]
8 January 2020 ∙ 12 minutes reading time
English is considered to be a global language. With English speakers in most countries, knowing the language is essential for international communication. Whether you want to brush up on your conversational skills or operate at a global business level, the ability to speak English is an asset — both personal and professional. There are multiple options out […]
13 December 2019 ∙ 7 minutes reading time
Let it be said: language learning at university in your home country is not always the most practical way to do it. An online English course needs to be experienced either in small groups or in complete immersion if one wants to progress. According to EF - Education First (an international education company), the level […]
16 February 2019 ∙ 6 minutes reading time
This article is for students who study English as a Second Language (ESOL) who dream about perfecting their language skills and becoming genuinely bilingual. You will have to be very intentional about how you learn when you learn and even where you learn. To truly achieve the highest level of language proficiency. Your English language […]
14 February 2019 ∙ 9 minutes reading time
As an ESOL student planning a trip to a country that speaks English is going to be a huge treat. While learning English in the classroom can be fun and very useful to give you the foundations of the language. Nothing compares to travelling to a country that speaks the language that you are learning. […]
31 January 2019 ∙ 9 minutes reading time
Why is it so complicated to improve your English speaking skills as an ESOL learner and speaker? Even if you see that your English level is improving you may start to notice a plateau in your learning and be confused about what you can do to continue to develop and become fluent. While it is […]
28 December 2018 ∙ 7 minutes reading time
If you have ever considered travelling around the world to new and far away places. You may not realise just how vital it is to speak and write well in English. As you make your plans to travel the world whether that is to emigrate or just to travel abroad. English lessons are a fantastic […]
27 December 2018 ∙ 8 minutes reading time
Every Esl teacher will tell you that mastering English should be a lifelong proposition: one that requires attention to rules as well as deviations thereof. Any English learner, whether a native speaker in primary school or international student at university, is equally firm in the assertion that, to learn English properly, one must use a variety of techniques […]
21 March 2018 ∙ 9 minutes reading time
Do you speak English ? A question everyone gets asked the world over! Do you answer “yes” and still not really know whether you really did learn English at school? When it comes to an interview or a telephone conversation, can you effortlessly switch between your native language and your second language or do you need […]
21 March 2018 ∙ 7 minutes reading time
A child can learn a foreign language and become fluent in it without any real problems. In fact, a young learner is usually better than an adult when it comes to learning a second language due to the way their brain is made for learning language at this stage of their life. Would you like […]
21 March 2018 ∙ 7 minutes reading time
How can you quickly learn English?
English is taught as a second language in most countries around the world but many students struggle with it.
Students who learn English as a foreign language at school don’t always reach a good level in the language.
A lot of people want to improve their English.
You can learn to speak English at any age. Thanks to ESOL courses and regularly working with your English tutor, anyone, regardless of their age, can learn English as a second language in a short amount of time.
What’s the Best Way to Improve Your English Level?
Hard work. Practising English daily, focusing on learning new words, watching English or American films, listening to music, reading in English, finding an English-speaking penpal, etc. There are plenty of fun ways to learn how to speak English. There’s more to it than just studying grammar and learning irregular verbs off by heart.
Succeed with English Lessons
If you want to learn how to speak English fluently (or even become bilingual in English), taking ESOL courses or English classes with a private tutor can really help. As a linguistic coach, your ESOL tutor will help and guide you on your journey. They’ll help you learn the basics before moving onto the more advanced concepts.
There are plenty of different resources for improving your English: books, dictionaries, English games, mobile apps with voice recognition, websites for learning English, etc.
Make sure you make the most of all the different types of resources so you can train your ears to the sound of English, improve your speaking, work on your writing, and practise reading.
You can also expand your English vocabulary, learn new words and expressions, and get to grips with speaking in English.
If you have the opportunity, you should go to an English-speaking country and immerse yourself in the language. Travelling to an English-speaking country is a quick way to learn the language.
It’s great for improving your accent, intonation, and pronunciation. You’ll also have to choose whether you want to learn British English or American English first.
Find English Lessons for Your Level
Whether a beginner, intermediate, advanced, or fluent, you can find tutors for any level of English.
Wanting to learn English for your job?
Need an English conversation class? Intensive English classes?
Do You Need to Brush Up on Your English?
Are you getting ready for an exam? Before you start studying English, you need to work out what you’re looking for.
Do you dream of learning to speak English with a native speaker, learn more about English culture, and travel to the UK, US, Canada, Australia or anywhere else in the English speaking world?
Would you like a language student to teach your child to speak English?
Would you like to practise speaking English?
On Superprof, there are plenty of different English tutors.
You should work out what you’re looking for in a private English tutor. You could even get private ESOL courses online over Skype.
This can help you quickly learn to speak English by chatting with someone.
With private individual tutorials, group tutorials, English conversation classes, English beginners’ classes, or English classes for adults, you can find the perfect class to meet your needs.
Most tutors will give you an English level test before hand.