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English Language Pro | Spoken English Conversation + Culture

English language fluency with the most important English conversation topics, expressions, idioms and culture
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how to talk about any topic
business English culture, expressions and idioms
conversation skills and vocabulary (informal & formal English)
speaking skills for IELTS, TOEFL, FCE and CAE

 

Stop feeling like a different person in English…

With English Language Pro, be fluent and be you!

 

  • No time wasting, only the best English conversation skills, vocabulary and idioms
  • Do homework assignments by writing, video message or audio recording!
  • Live lectures to answer your questions in detail and give you more practice time
  • Fluency for any situation: business English and informal conversation
  • Skills for IELTS, TOEFL, FCE and CAE exam success!
  • Be comfortable in the English language
  • Understand American culture
  • And more…!

Can’t wait to see you in the course!

 

ATTENTION: There is some adult vocabulary in this course that might not be suitable for children,

as lectures include discussion of informal English idioms and other expressions meant for adult learners.

Welcome to English Language Fluency!

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How course is organized

How the course is organized and what topics are discussed

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Are expressions and idioms necessary?

How important are idioms and expressions in English conversation?

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How to do homework

About in-lecture practice and the three ways you can do your homework assignments (written, video and audio)

Casual Greetings and Saying Goodbye

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Greetings | Part 1

There are many idiomatic ways to say "hello" in English, learn them here!

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Greetings | Part 2
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Assignment: Introduce yourself!
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Introduce yourself!
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Live video: Informal greetings
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Ending a conversation

How to end a conversation in English

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How to say goodbye

How English speakers say goodbye!

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Assignment: say goodbye!
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Practice saying goodbye
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Escape a conversation

We don't always want to talk to someone, here's how to escape a conversation!

Asking Questions

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Spoken expressions

Expressions and idioms for asking questions

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Basic grammar structure

The basic grammar structure for asking questions. You'll learn more, topic specific questions we ask, in each section of the course!

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Assignment: Practice asking questions!
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Question practice
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Live: More question expressions!

Describing People & Introductions

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Name and introductions

How to introduce yourself and others in English

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Nationality, language, age, relationship

Tell people where you're from, what languages you speak, age and relationship status

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Describe someone's appearance

How to describe yours and others' physical appearance

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Assignment: Describe someone!
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Describe a famous person!
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Appearance idioms | Part 1

Awesome English idioms to describe how someone looks

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Appearance idioms | Part 2
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Assignment: Use the idioms!
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Appearance idioms practice!
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Describe someone's personality

You already learned how to describe how someone looks, now describe how they act and behave

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Personality idioms | Part 1

Be able to describe someone's personality with some great idioms

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Personality Idioms | Part 2
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Assignment: Idioms practice!
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Personality idioms practice!

Health and Fitness

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Describe how you feel

Be able to describe how you feel emotionally and physically in English, as well as being able to ask other people how they feel

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Assignment: Describe how you feel
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How do you feel?
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LIVE: Human body vocabulary
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Nutrition, diet, exercise

How native speakers talk about exercise, diet and nutrition

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Exercise vocabulary

The types main types of exercise and some important vocabulary to talk about it!

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Assignment: Your health habits
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Let's talk about your health habits!
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Health and fitness idioms

More colorful ways to describe health and fitness with English idioms

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Assignment: Let's talk about health!
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Health/fitness idioms practice!

Hobbies and interests

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Talk about hobbies & interests

Learn how to talk about the things you most enjoy in life as well as the things you least enjoy!

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LIVE: Hobbies vocabulary

A ton of vocabulary to talk about different hobbies and interests. Is your favorite hobby missing? Message me and I will add it :D

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Idioms for the things you do!

These idioms are very common when talking about things we enjoy or don't enjoy doing, so don't skip this lecture! 

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Assignment: Use the new idioms!
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Lifestyle idioms practice!

Dating, Family, Friends

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Types of relationships

Learn about different types of relationships and relationship statuses (single, in a relationship, married, etc.)

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Sexual orientation

Your sexual orientation is the type of person and gender you are attracted to, this is an especially talked about topic today

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Race and ethnicity

How Americans talk about race and ethnicity

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Live: Family tree
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Dating idioms

Blind date, break up with someone, catfish, chemistry, out of your league, settle

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Assignment: Dating homework!
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Create a dating profile!
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Friends and family Idioms

Get along with someone, bad blood, black sheep, chip off the old block, falling out, the spitting image,

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Assignment: Practice with the idioms!
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Friends & family exercise!

Food and Drink

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Supermarket | Vocabulary & information

Going to the supermarket can be difficult because you need a lot of food vocabulary as well as some expressions to be able to ask for help and pay for your things.

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Supermarket | Paying

Vocabulary and expressions to use when paying for your things at the supermarket

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Live: Food vocabulary
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Buying food | take out, eat out, order out

The different types of food you can get when you decide not to cook at home: eat out, take out, order out

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Restaurants 1 | Basic restaurant vocab

Start with types of restaurants (cheap VS expensive), the people who work at a restaurant and how to make a restaurant reservation

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Restaurants 2 | Make a reservation

Learn how to order food and drinks at a restaurant

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Restaurants 3 | How to order

How to get the waiter's attention, what to do if the place is noisy, and how to pay for your food and understand how Americans tip

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Restaurants 4 | Get the waiter, pay 4 food
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LIVE: Ordering food and drink expressions
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Assignment: Restaurant practice!
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Restaurant practice!
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Café 1 | What is a café?

What a café is, different types and how it's different than a "cafeteria"

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Café 2 | Ordering food and drink

How to order food and drink at a café

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Bars 1 | Types of bars, vocabulary

Types of bars and clubs, vocabulary for the people who work there

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Bars 2 | How to order food

How to order food at a bar, what we call "bar food"

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Bars 3 | How to order beer (on tap, draft, bottled)

How to order drinks at a bar

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Bars 4 | How to order liquor & mixed drinks
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Bars 5 | Paying and tipping

How to pay for your food and drinks at a bar

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Assignment: bar and café practice!
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Bar and café practice!
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Food & Drink Idioms

Go bad, chip in, go Dutch, stuffed

Travel, Transport, Directions

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Private 1 | Motor vehicles & traffic

Introduction to private transportation and the types (like cars, motorcycles and others). As well, expressions to talk about the traffic

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Private 2 | Non-motorized transportation

Types of non-motorized private transportation (walking, biking, skating, etc.) as well as expressions

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Flying 1 | Checking in, airport vocabulary

What to do when you get to the airport and vocabulary for different parts of the airport

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Flying 2 | Boarding, on-flight questions

Expressions to use when getting on the plane and how to ask questions when you are flying

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Assignment: Use your flying vocab!

Practice using the flying vocabulary you learned!

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Flying practice!
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Public 1 | Riding the bus

Vocabulary and expressions to ride the bus easily and an introduction to the subway! 

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Public 2 | Riding the subway/metro

More useful expressions for the subway and how to ask questions

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Travel idioms

At a good clip, backseat driver, butt in line, on your way, live out of your suitcase

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Ask for directions | Part 1

How to get someone's attention in a polite way to ask for directions, express you are lost

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Ask for directions | Part 2

How to ask for directions to places far away and close to you, ask in an emergency, ask to use someone's phone

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Directions vocabulary | Part 1

Vocabulary to ask  for and give directions to people, part 1

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