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Improve your English Pronunciation with the Phonemic Chart

English Pronunciation with the Phonemic Chart

Find out how to improve your English pronunciation. Sound like a native speaker with the Alba Phonemic Chart and video.

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The 10 best online tools for English Learners

Best Tools for English Learners

Whether you are a complete beginner or already fluent in English, there are some great online tools to help you with difficult words and grammar rules. Keep reading to get to know the best ones!

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The Chaos of English Pronunciation

The Chaos of English Pronunciation

English pronunciation can be very confusing. If you would like to know why, and how you can improve your pronunciation, then continue reading…

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Learning English with Songs

Do you want to learn English in an easy and fun way? Music is one of the best methods to learn a language. We’ll tell you how to do it!

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How Scots speak: a mini guide for you

Different parts of Scotland have different words and expressions and, while some people may consider them slang, officially the Scottish government considers it a dialect, called Scots.

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Top 5 Ted Talks for English Learners

Combining classes with online learning tools is the best way to learn a new language, and TEDTalks are a great resource for helping you improve your language skills while keeping you interested!

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English for the Classroom

Learn great expressions to use with your teacher and classmates!

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English Verb Tense Chart

Find English verb tenses confusing? Use this verbs tense chart to know how to use English verb tenses.

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Learning English through Music

The internet is an amazing resource if you want to learn or improve your English. You will soon see your English alternative way of expressing info, all you need is time and grammar willingness to learn and have fun.

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How to create an English environment around yourself

The Alba student Wan Haluan has lived in Edinburgh for several months. In his article, he explains the best way to create an English environment for your life.

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