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The First Conditional

In today’s post, we are looking at The first Conditional.  The simplest way to handle the first Conditional is to break the sentence into two halves.   Let’s look at some examples. If the client rejects our proposal, we’ll (we will) … Continue reading

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Tips for Learning Adjectives and Adverbs

Can you identify the difference between an adjective and an adverb?  Let’s look at the difference between the two. Adjectives The job of an adjective is to describe a noun.  For example:  The party is in the red house.  Red … Continue reading

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Tips on Future Tense

When speaking about events in the future, the most common verb to use is “will.”  For example:  I will go to sleep this evening.  However, did you know that there are other ways to express future actions without using “will?”  … Continue reading

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Tips for improving your English listening skills

Listening is probably one of the most difficult skills to develop when learning any foreign language.  Some things to remember to do when working on your listening are as follows: Relax When you are stressed, any language learning skill can … Continue reading

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Strong Writing

We are always on the hunt for online English learning resources for our students to study when they are not in class.   This week’s treasure comes from English Café by a blogger named Jennifer.  She has a blog called JennifersESL´s Blog. … Continue reading

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Learn English Vocabulary

Tip #1 Learn Vocabulary Many people ask us on a regular basis what tips we can give them to help improve their English proficiency.  So we have decided to compile as many tips as we can here in this blog. … Continue reading

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Stories and tips from English Workshop

Hello and Welcome.  My name is James and I am one of the contributors as well as one of English Workshop’s teachers.  In the coming posts I hope to share some of the experiences my colleagues and I have had while … Continue reading

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