How to tell people about your level of English? How can you describe your level of English proficiency? Learn useful spoken expressions for your conversations.
Did you know that HARDLY means not the same as HARD or LATELY has a completely different meaning from LATE? Figure out how to use tricky words ending in -ly suffix with our new episode.
Imagine in you don't have much time but other people just take forever to get ready. What will you say to them? Learn these conversational expressions to hurry someone up. New 'Figure Out English' episode!
With episode 38 of 'Figure Out English', you will learn how to avoid these common mistakes in English speaking - speak English using correct prepositions and set expressions.
At the beginning of the new year, we always make plans and think what we want to achieve. I am teaching you some great phrases to help you discuss your ambitions.
Let's learn phrasal verbs about using the phone in episode 36 of 'Figure Out English' podcast. How do you say 'Wait'? How to explain your connection was lost? Learn to speak naturally with these phrasal verbs.
Is English difficult to learn? Learn how you measure your language progress and how difficult it is to achieve fluency in English comparing to other languages with our new 'Figure Out English' episode.
Learn positive phrases for everyday conversations in English. It's quite hard to express your emotions in a foreign language, and this episode of 'Figure Out English' will help you with that.
How to describe learning in conversational English? Learn some useful idioms and set expressions from our 'Figure Out English' podcast.
Today I will be talking about the ways to showcase your professional skills: how to say that you can do something well, at your job interview, in your resume, when talking about other people, when giving references to other people…