It’s a great way to learn how ordinary people speak. about themselves. There are great examples of everyday expressions.
Most podcasts for beginners are either newscasts, language instruction or simulated conversations. Sometimes, they are a combination of all three!
Grammarly has come out with a free version. I use a similar tool in French and wanted something good to offer my students. For the last 2 months, my students and I have been using Grammarly for emails and written assignments. It’s a free tool that checks spelling and grammar.
Overall, we appreciated the tool. It caught mistakes, was easy to use, and provided synonyms. The app gave them a sense of security and offered opportunities to learn. It is a decent tool for students and professionals who write English at a beginner and immediate level. Except for catching typos, advanced English writers probably won’t get much out of the program, even the premium version, probably won’t be very useful.
If you are learning English, podcasts are great resources. This is a big time for podcasts and there are new podcasts every day. They range from people sitting around the table talking to highly produced shows that are similar to…
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My first three podcast practice recommendations for advanced English students.
Podcasts are versatile: listen to them in the car, at the gym or in your bed. Listening to podcasts is also good practice. They will improve your vocabulary, sentence structure, and get you used to different types of voices.
A major challenge for people studying English is finding opportunities to practice outside class. I was amazed at these three creative ways students use technology to practice English. All 3 methods are flexible and free.
Test them out.