It should be the goal of all language learners to improve their vocabulary. This can only be done by learning how to actively produce more literary and specialized words in speaking and writing.
Problems faced by non-native learners of English can be overcome. Learners would want to sound at least close to native in their accent maybe because the prestige that goes with speaking English
Teaching English in Taiwan in the early 70s was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. It was a rewarding and enjoyable time. This hub gives an account of my first ESL job in Taipei.
Reading aloud is a worthwhile activity for EFL students. It is an excellent method for improving students' reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. This hub gives tips for reading aloud.
5 great grammar games for teaching and practising reported speech.
Fun conditional activities for your ESL classroom.
Teaching and learning vocabulary is one of the most important activities in EFL and ESL teaching. This hub points out the disadvantages of using translation, and suggests alternatives for learning vocabulary.
Similes are figures of speech that bring colour and life to the English language. This article explains how to use a simile in your teaching and gives examples for you to learn from.
Non-native users of English as a Second Language almost always struggle with all aspects of English – speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Many also commit errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This is because there are aspects...
The English Language is filled with peculiarities. It seems to me that words are the poorest way to get messages across, and it must be doubly hard for those learning it as a second language.