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Take Risks. Think: Jimmy Carter, America’s 39th president, once said, “Go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is.” The only part of a tree worth eating is the fruit that it produces. However, to get the fruit from a tall tree, you would have to climb the tree and then crawl out on […]See More →
The Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation I recently was asked the question, “How do you deal with motivation problems when learning English?” (Thanks for asking, Ildar!) The first way I would approach this question is by asking another question: “Where does your motivation come from?” The kind of motivation that pushes you to learn […]See More →
Taylor Swift’s New Song “Shake It Off” And What It Means for ESL Students I love Taylor Swift’s new song “Shake It Off”, especially when I think about ESL. It’s the kind of song that makes you want to dance, sing, and move on from the negative things that hold you down. I hear from […]See More →
Ordinary English Greetings I love hearing from you! That’s why I recently sent an email out to all of my email subscribers (join here) and asked them what they wanted to learn. You guys flooded my inbox with amazing suggestions. Because I want to help you guys as much as possible in your English language […]See More →
Today we are answering the question: What is a dilemma? To find the answer, let’s look at the possible definitions. Dictionary.com defines a dilemma as a noun that means either… a situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives. any difficult or perplexing situation or problem. Logic. a form of syllogism in which the major […]See More →
How to Form Regular Past Tense Verbs In today’s class (see VIDEO below), I’m talking about the four basic ways to form regular past tense verbs. In regular English verbs, they will always end in -ed. However, you may need to make a couple adjustments in order to form them correctly. How do you form regular […]See More →
Elite Member Class – Preview Video As you may know, we recently launched our Elite Member Classes for a low monthly cost of $29.99. This introductory rate is coming to a close tomorrow at MIDNIGHT. The price will increase to $59.99 per month and $499.99 for the full year. Anyway, I wanted to make sure […]See More →