Posts tagged with "efl"



English Pronunciation · 03. February 2020
This week's English language lesson is a recap of some of the most basic elements of English pronunciation. If you could find a secret to 'good' English, what would it be? How can you improve your pronunication with little or no effort? Watch these video tutorials and learn.

English Lessons · 21. January 2020
This is an English language TESOL classroom discussion about the pharmaceutical industry and drug approval. We will watch a video by American economist and free market advocate Milton Friedman who gives a critique of the role of the FDA. We will then discuss some of the points it raises. (Level C1)

English Pronunciation · 13. January 2020
This week's English language lesson is WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SOUND IN ENGLISH? and we also answer the question WHAT IS THE SECRET TO 'GOOD' ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION?

English Vocabulary · 04. December 2019
This week's English language lesson is 10 FUN WAYS TO SAY ‘HELLO’ IN ENGLISH. (Parts 1 & 2) This week Libertarian Linguistics Club presents an English language and British culture video to help make your English sound real and convincing. We will take you step-by-step through the phrases you need to sound like a native speaker

English Vocabulary · 08. November 2019
Today's English homework is a funny British comedy called 'My Blackberry isn't working.' The sketch will help you learn technological vocabulary. It is all based on the double meaning of words. We offer an explanation and a (not very good) translation of the two meanings.

Homework Assignment · 02. October 2019
In today's English language homework assignment we are going to study and memorize: 10 different ways to say 'Hello'. Make your English sound more natural and convincing with these useful phrases.

Homework Assignment · 28. September 2019
In today's homework assignment we will look at the characteristics of FASCISM. Why is it so fascinating? Why do certain elements of it appeal to everyone? The lesson begins with a discussion about some of the more common characteristics of fascism. We then look at the THIRD WAVE EXPERIMENT where a Californian high school teacher attempted to convert a group of students into fascists. After we will watch the German film 'THE WAVE (2008) which is a modern recreation of the Ron Jones story.

English Vocabulary · 12. September 2019
In the English lesson of today we explain a couple of other useful words which mean 'to walk'. Read on and improve your English language skills!

English Culture · 18. August 2019
Today we take a look at English cultural practices and ask 'How can I find a girlfriend or boyfriend in Britain?' What English language phrases and chat-up lines can I use? What techniques should I employ? What are the dos and donts of dating?

English Culture · 17. August 2019
Today we take a look at English cultural practices and ask 'How can I find a girlfriend or boyfriend in Britain?' What English language phrases and chat-up lines can I use? What techniques should I employ? What are the dos and donts of dating?

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