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If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, you may have a voice problem
It definitely sounds like one of those clickbait headlines, although in this case it’s part of a helpful and interesting article from The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). In the aforementioned article, you can find basic information about how to take care of your voice:
For extra tips, specific exercises and warm up techniques feel free to watch the following videos:
One of the most difficult aspects of learning a foreign language is getting the pronunciation right. In English, there are so many subtle speech sounds and patterns that it can feel a bit overwhelming. So, what can we do to get better?
Thankfully, there are some tricks that students can learn in order to improve not only speaking, but also understanding. As you will see, it’s especially important to figure out what groups of words are spoken with contractions, even if they aren’t written that way. When is the last time you heard a native English speaker actually pronounce every sound in the sentence “What did you do?”, for example? We’d have to recognize a pronunciation like “whadjudo?” in order to understand it!
This video, by one of the best English teachers on YouTube, explains:
According to a study by Bangor University linguistics professor, Vyv Evans, Emoji is becoming the world’s fastest growing language, used by more than 90% online consumers. But are emojis always the best option to communicate?
Watch this video and learn some useful tips for getting to grips with emojis:
We all know Halloween as the scariest night of the year, but in many cases it can be one of the funniest nights of the year, too. People wear silly costumes, not just spooky ones, and they love to play pranks on each other.
Here are some of the best videos the show the funny side of Halloween: