13/10/2017 By Christina Martin     An important part of learning a language is being able to use different verb tenses. In English, there are 13 verb tenses all of which are used daily by native speakers. As a learner, you might think that is a lot to learn, but...

By Wall Street English International   The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an exam that best measures your ability to speak, read and write in English. So, if you take it, it will tell you whether you are ready or not to apply for the...

  05/07/2017 By Mary Milne      Are you planning to start studying English and think you need to study lots of grammar rules to be able to communicate? Read on and you’ll realize there are ways to become fluent in a language without making grammar a priority. Here are some...

By Christina Martin Learning English: The Best Investment Ever!   Without a shadow of doubt the best investment is always learning, above all, learning a foreign language: acquiring new skills, knowledge, and mental, physical and emotional resources can open a whole new world of possibilities in the business field. If we believe, as...

09/08/2017 By Christina Martin         Do you want to know how to learn English? Sometimes it’s hard to stay motivated if you feel you aren’t learning quickly enough, here are our top 10 tips for learning English and keeping you motivated to stay on track!   1. Don’t kick yourself when you...

By Christina Martin   When we learn our native languages, first we listen, then we speak, then we read and finally we write. Listening, speaking, reading and writing are the four language skills we need to develop for complete communication. Listening and reading are receptive:  input, i.e. the exposure...

19/07/2017 By Christina Martin      Best Anti-Aging Activity: Study a Foreign Language!   When adults wonder why they should dedicate time to learning a foreign language, teachers and experts generally focus on different benefits, most of them social or practical: better job opportunities; better salaries; a broader understanding of the world;...

19/06/2017 By Christina Martin     It is said that English is the “language of opportunities”. Why?  Because it is spoken to some extent in almost every country in the world!  Many adults start learning English “just because”, without even thinking how useful it will be to improve their lives or why learning...