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English Learning Tips

How to Learn English

 

Learning any language requires time, consistency and motivation. If you don’t finish a course, it’s normally because one of these elements is missing. At Wall Street English, you can study when and where you want, making it easy to find the time to learn and do so consistently, and our fun and practical method with continual feedback and support keeps you highly motivated. See our tips here on how to learn English.

 

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Speak English

 

Knowing how to speak English opens doors and changes your life. How can you learn and become confident in spoken English? Start by following these six simple rules.

 

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English Grammar

 

Many people think that in order to learn English, the first thing to do is to learn English grammar.

Grammar is, of course, part of any language but you can learn it in a natural and fun way, without needing to memorize long lists of rules, and do boring repetitive exercises. How? Read on to find out more!

 

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English Exercises

 

When you consider the number of books you can find in stores and what the internet has to offer, there is an overwhelming amount of English exercises available today. But what kind of exercises can really make the difference and what is the best way to use them?

 

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English Conversation

 

Everyone who wants to learn English wants to practice English conversation, and rightly so. Many students know the words they need for work and they can write an email without too much difficulty, but conversational English during a business dinner or on holiday is a problem. So how can you get better at conversational English? Here are some solutions.

 

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