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Category Archives: English as a Second Language

March 20, 2014

Students who study English as a second or foreign language start their journey by reading English grammar and pronunciation books. To take learning even further, reading strictly English written books along side with a translation can help people quickly learn the language. Amazon.com is one of the best places to find recommended books for learning […]

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January 29, 2014

When looking at the options available for an ESL school where you can study in the United States, there are quite a few relevant considerations that you’ll be thinking about. You will want to know about their experience, read reviews from former students, and learn about their student success rates. Beyond these factors, there are […]

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November 30, 2013

As any student who is learning English knows, there are days when you feel excited about your knowledge, and then there are other days when you may feel negative or down. It’s important not to give up at times like this, and instead re-energize yourself so you can get excited about learning English. Here are […]

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November 25, 2013

The Internet has given students many new ways to learn English and practice it in their everyday life. One of the things students can use online to enhance their language studies is Facebook. You might think this fun social networking website is just about making friends and casually chatting with others, but it can actually […]

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November 23, 2013

Students who are learning a foreign language may find themselves so busy that a free day is rare. When you have the chance, try this fun itinerary! POST: Students who are enrolled in ESL school in New York City are often so busy that they forget to take advantage of all the city has to […]

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November 15, 2013

For students enrolled in an ESL course, the culminating exam is incredibly important. Even the most dedicated students may get stressed out or nervous beforehand. And other students who are well-versed in the material might find themselves questioning their knowledge during the test or having a hard time making decisions.   Psychologists link exam performance […]

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November 12, 2013

As a teacher at an ESL school, I get to welcome hundreds of foreign students each year. Throughout their time here, these students are able to experience all of the customs and traditions that are part of American culture. It’s especially exciting when a major holiday is approaching, because ESL school students get to see […]

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August 22, 2013

Learning English can take a lot of time and practice. It can be hard to balance work life and ongoing education. There are, however, several ways that you can “strike a balance,” an American saying that means finding ways to compromise so that both goals can be achieved. Being organized will be the most important […]

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August 14, 2013

A lot of foreign students who come to study ESL in New York find mastering a new language difficult at first. Every student desires to pick up the language as quickly as possible, but language acquisition is an ongoing process. While there is no secret way to learn English in a few days, there are […]

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July 15, 2013

While social media is often banned in traditional educational settings, many ESL classes take advantage of this tool to help students improve fluency and comprehension. Instead of viewing it as a distraction, today’s teachers should embrace the cultural aspects of Facebook and Twitter that make them ideal resources for individuals who want to learn English […]

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