Many of us who speak English as a second language have a strong accent, difficulty learning how to pronounce the 12 different vowels, and much more. But with a little effort, we can always learn to speak better. The following tricks will definitely help you improve your English.
1. Record yourself
For some time now, I’ve been looking for work abroad. And thanks to some contacts, I’ve received some offer. The problem is when you've never done any interviews in English... in my case, I have the FCE, but it is clear that I’m not fluent (due to a lack of
‘Hey fella, gotta ciggy?’, ‘Ah wor fair starved’, and ‘Were bis to? are just some of the phrases that you’ll hear if you live in Liverpool, York or Bristol. And yes, oddly enough, this is British English.
Many people who are used to the American accent (mostly due to films and
I do not know if this has ever happened to you, but when I came to the UK it took me a while to get used to the pronunciation of some words in British English, and my vocabulary was almost all American. I guess that's the influence of seeing Hollywood
If you’re someone who goes through series on a weekly basis, episode by episode, and looks for more every day… I’m going to recommend you some British series that have become international hits (or should have done), and that you should watch. I really like films, but I’m even crazier
After publishing the list of the 20 unmissable British TV series, I still had to go through the best films in history. To tell you the truth, when I’m not writing articles, I spend my free time going to the cinema.
I know there’ll be plenty of disagreements about the list: that
You are already in the UK, and your English is okay but... it needs improvement. A good way to do this is watching films online in English with English subtitles.
Another reason to watch TV series and films online is because many of us don't have TV at home. Whatever the