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should we talk about how we learn?

Well, I think we should. Because I’ve seen many times that it does make a difference – when you share the responsiblity of learning and studying with your students. When you are not the only person who constantly tries to … Continue reading

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ways of starting an adult 1-to-1 English lesson

How do you usually start your one to one classes? especially the early morning ones? or business English ones? Do you have some favorite or usual ways? Well, here is what I do sometimes: I just love to let people … Continue reading

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revisiting vocabulary at lower levels

One of my favorite groups is a group of elementary students at a Finnish production company. I have been teaching there from the very start, i.e. from the time they were complete beginners. I will never forget how afraid I … Continue reading

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