One common suggestion given to English learners is to read or watch the news in English. This is a good idea, because you can learn how to talk about current events and relevant topics.
But there’s one BIG problem – If you’re reading or watching the news and there are words or expressions you don’t know, this can make it hard or even impossible to understand everything else. You might miss the main points and lose track of the story, all because of the vocabulary you’re lacking.
That’s really frustrating.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a teacher or friend who can help guide you through an article and explain any words / expressions that are new to you?
Then you could expand your vocabulary and understand the news more confidently.
I’m here to help you!
In May I’m creating the Current Events English Course, 2019 edition.
In this course, I’ll teach you English from real news articles on current topics. I’ll explain the new vocabulary and phrases in context, so that you can understand clearly. If you’ve enjoyed my English in the News lessons in the past, then you’ll love the Current Events English Course.
Current Events English Course Details:
- Course begins on May 1, 2019
- You’ll receive one lesson a day for 30 days
- Video, audio, and text format
- You’ll have permanent access to the lessons
- Varied topics based on what’s happening in the world right now
- Learn more than 500 words and expressions in this course
- Practice the new vocabulary through quizzes + option of sending in your writing and getting feedback from a teacher
The Current Events English Course is best for intermediate, upper-intermediate, and advanced English learners, because we will be working with real news articles that are written at a native-speaker level.
How to join the Current Events English Course?
You can sign up now by clicking one of the links below.
Registration is open right now!
If you want to join, don’t delay, because May 1 is the first day of the course AND also the last day to sign up. If you miss this edition of the course, then you’ll have to wait for next year’s version.
Are you ready to improve your English vocabulary by learning about current events?
Come join me inside this all-new course!