How to Boost Your English Fluency!

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Published on August 4, 2014

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Boost Your English Fluency Today!: businessenglishace.com Boost Your English Fluency Today! businessenglishace.com by: Professor H. E. Colby AGENDA : AGENDA What is English Fluency? What are the Benefits? Traits of English Fluency Idioms, Collocations, and Phrasal Verbs businessenglishace.com What is English fluency? : What is English fluency? Express your ideas, thoughts – communicate – in English easily and accurately. Every person has different learning-language potential. The time needed to reach “fluency” varies. businessenglishace.com Benefits of English Fluency : Benefits of English Fluency Communicate better with friends, colleagues and clients confidently. Understand songs, movies, and books better. businessenglishace.com Benefits of English Fluency : Benefits of English Fluency Get a promotion. Get a raise! credit: Mshades(flickr.com) businessenglishace.com Traits of English Fluency : Traits of English Fluency Build and use strong vocabulary covering many subjects. Speak and write articulately and confidently. ….and businessenglishace.com Traits of English Fluency : Traits of English Fluency Use and understand idioms , collocations , and phrasal verbs without fear . A surefire way to mimic native speaking and writing. businessenglishace.com Collocations : Collocations Collocations – a group of words or phrases that seem to naturally go together and express one idea. EXAMPLES: business meeting, to do exercises businessenglishace.com Idioms : Idioms Idiom – a fixed group of words established by usage as having a meaning not understandable from those of the individual words. EXAMPLES: a hot potato (difficult matter or issue) blue moon ( a rare occurrence) businessenglishace.com Phrasal Verbs : Phrasal Verbs Phrasal Verb – verbs that combine with one or two particles (preposition and/or adverb) to create a verb with different meanings than the original one . EXAMPLES: to break down (to stop working) to give up something (to stop doing or having something) businessenglishace.com Boost Your English Fluency Today! : Boost Your English Fluency Today! Learn 50 useful collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs. Test your learning with 3 quizzes Use as a handy reference in class, in meetings, or talking with friends, colleagues, and clients. Check out now! businessenglishace.com About H. E. Colby : About H. E. Colby Professor Colby, author of How to Be a Business English Ace , has helped students achieve their English goals for many years. Sign up for the Business English Ace Newsletter to get more FREE English tips every week in your inbox! businessenglishace.com

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