Jasmine is the host of the English Journey Podcast. She is a Canadian native English speaker and teacher in Toronto. Jasmine is the co-founder of Glish, an e-learning platform focused on teaching English.
This week's episode is dedicated to a question we got from a listener. Maybe you're great at listening and reading in English, but when it comes to speaking, you really have a hard time. If this is you, listen to our 5 tips on how to become more confident with your English speaking skills! As mentioned in the episode, if you'd like to book conversational lessons with our English teacher Jasmine, head to https://www.glish.me/lessons/ and check out the options.Please leave us a review if you've been enjoying the English Journey Podcast! Transcripts for this episode can be found on our blog at: https://www.glish.me/how-to-be-more-confident-in-english/
In this week's episode, Yulia from En-Garage (https://englishgarage.com.ua/) joins us to share her tips for those who are struggling to move further in their English learning. She discusses the importance of building and joining English communities, how the language can really change your life and what you should NOT be doing while learning the language. If you are a student or professional that has an interesting story to share about learning the English language, fill out our form to be a guest on the show! https://www.glish.me/the-english-journey-podcast/ See you next week! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glishsocial/
We are joined by Mia and Dylan in this week's episode, two teenagers in Canada. They share their outlooks and opinions on slang words and why English language learners should make an effort to learn them. We discuss 5 slang words in this episode (No Cap/Cap, Dawg, Cringe, Bet and Mandem). This episode is more conversation-style so it may be more of a challenge for beginners. Subscribe if you enjoyed and let us know if you'd like to hear a part 2 in the future!You can find Mia and Dylan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miavirkk/ and https://www.instagram.com/dmalhotra93/ See you next week!
Are you planning on taking the IELTS exam soon or in the future? Well, this episode is for you! Mary is an experienced IELTS Exam trainer with over a decade of experience in teaching English as a second language. In today's episode, she discusses her own journey to becoming an English language teacher and her main tips for preparing for the IELTS exam. Join her Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/iTTiPhilippines for more details. Head over to our YouTube channel to listen to this episode and use the subtitles as transcripts if needed.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/glishsocial/) for free daily content. See you next week! ❤️