English idioms are not only fun to learn and use, but have practical uses in work or social situations. English language students of any level can learn idioms.
If you think that the only Canadian slang words are ‘Eh?’ and ‘Rippin’ it’ spoken with a slight Quebecois accent, you’re only hitting the tip of the Canadian slang iceberg. Canadian English is rife with slang words unique to its great environment, and students can use them within many social contexts.
One great way to improve your oral English skills is to develop good phone conversation abilities. We’ve put together some helpful phone phrases that will help you to develop your conversation and speaking abilities.
It’s one thing to learn English grammar and vocabulary. It’s another, more difficult matter to become fluent in English. But there are ways to become that fluent speaker you’ve always wanted to be.
Business English is a key skill in the professional world. A well written cover letter, or an impressive presentation can be the difference between getting a job and just missing out. Read our top tips for improving your business English skills.