We're just about to leave. Would you like to come? We're exploring the little word "just" and its subtle uses that carries a lot of weight to take you to the next level of fluency... if you use them.
Us native English speakers use the word "just" more than we even realize. That's what I've noticed as I was preparing this course. I heard "just" EVERYWHERE. If you watch English TV, listen to podcasts, or music, you will start noticing this word. Learn how we use it, and then include it into your speaking.
This course includes:
- All of the on demand video lectures.
- PDF worksheet with all of the examples and explanations.
- Contact information for you to practice your examples and receive real feedback.
Who is recommended for this course:
- At least an intermediate-level English speaker or higher.
- A desire to increase fluency.
- A personality that's not afraid to try new things.
Are you ready to take off with us? Just sign up for the course and begin! Talk to you soon.
Motivation. Self-belief. Consistency. Jesse Sweed started teaching English in South Korea in 2006. He then traveled to Spain, and now he teaches English online to students all over the world. As the founder of Sweed Academy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses and English lessons possible that will be useful for teachers and learners of English.
Hey there, English speakers. I'm Jesse. As it says above, I've been an TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) teacher since 2006. I've learned a lot in that time, and I want to share my experiences with you to help you in the classroom whether you're a teacher or a student.
WE CAN ALL USE A FRESH PERSPECTIVE. This is what I'm offering you. The three first words of this bio are the three keys to success when you're studying to be fluent in another language. There's one more key factor that umbrella's over all of these three... ACCOUNTABILITY.
I've helped students with:
passing exams, improving conversation skills, preparing for job interviews, public speaking, grammar, writing, or just general English improvement
If you have any ideas for future courses, let me know. I'm always open to suggestions. I want to help you get to the next level.
Is this year gonna be like last?