Are you learning English simply because you enjoy it? That’s great!
Here are the Espresso English courses I recommend for you:
Learn real English phrases for everyday situations – these are the expressions that native English speakers use in day-to-day life. These lessons are based on conversations that teach you the phrases in context.
Level 1 of the course is focused on practical situations like conversations on the phone, at restaurants, while shopping, traveling, socializing, and much more. Level 2 teaches you more phrasal verbs, slang, and informal expressions through more advanced conversations.
You can also record yourself speaking and send in the audio for feedback from a teacher.
Phrasal verbs like get up, get out, get away, etc. are VERY common in English. In this course, you’ll learn more than 500 of them in a natural way – in conversations! Learning phrasal verbs in context helps you understand and remember them better – and you can also practice with quizzes and writing exercises.
Traditional English textbooks don’t focus on idioms… but they are so common in movies, TV shows, and casual conversations! This course will teach you learn idiomatic expressions effectively – not just giving you a list to memorize, but instead by showing you examples, helping you figure them out from context, and helping you practice using them in your own English.
Learn the most popular, most current slang expressions used in English today. In this e-book, the slang is organized by topic so that it’s easier for you to learn – and I also explain how offensive (or not) each term is. There are also a LOT of example sentences, so you can see exactly how to use each word.
Do you have doubts about similar words like extend/expand, distinct/distinctive, and specially/especially? This book will answer your questions and teach you how to use these words correctly. I’ll clear up your doubts by explaining the differences and showing you examples. After reading this e-book, you’ll understand the language better and be able to use these 600+ words confidently.