Anyone who knows me will know that for the last 9 months, I have been learning how to code. I love learning and I love editing my website, so I wanted to know more about Web Development and what it could teach me. I started with a HTML course on Codecademy. After a week, I […]
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I teach in all kinds of locations: offices, homes, parks, libraries, even shopping malls. However, mostly my lessons take place in cafes. Let me explain why…
I’m going to be honest with you. Although I’m a dedicated reader, I was never a big supporter of reading books to train English. It was more important for me to encourage students to speak or write or do a grammar exercise in between classes. I might send an interesting article or bring a […]
Ahhhhh phrasal verbs… If you find phrasal verbs hard, you are not alone. They are hard and sometimes weird. At the same time, they are a key part of conversational English and they are also quite beautiful. ‘To show up’ is one of these. Like a lot of phrasal verbs, this has a lot of […]
Let’s learn about how you can change our concepts about learning English
I’m always interested in new ideas because it keeps my teaching fresh. One of the great things about working with fantastic students is that new ideas come very often. A few weeks ago, I was talking to one student about a session she organised at her workplace and she mentioned Design Thinking. I had never […]
What challenges do you face when you study at home? What can you do about them?
In this post, I would like to share with you three things you can think about before you invest your time and money in a language course.
In this video I talk about: why concentration is important and 4 ways you can improve your concentration when you are studying a language.
In this video I talk about my experience with social anxiety and how I feel more confident again