Spoken English Lessons

Improve your conversational English with this series of free online spoken English lessons. Learn how to speak English fluently, naturally and confidently!

Adding Emphasis in English Speaking – Video

In this video, we’re going to show you how adding emphasis in English speaking can improve your English speaking and writing. But what does it mean to add emphasis?
Adding emphasis is a way to show your listener that certain words and ideas are more important.
In this lesson, you’ll see how to use different pronunciation features and grammar structures to add emphasis to your spoken or written English.

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How to Rent a House or Apartment – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to rent an apartment or a house in English using useful phrases and vocabulary.
You’ll see the process of renting a house or apartment from start to finish: from phoning an estate agent to make enquries to moving out at the end of your contract. You’ll learn vocabulary to deal with every aspect of renting an apartment in English.

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How to Answer ‘Tell Me About Yourself’ – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to answer the question ‘tell me about yourself.’ You’ll see how to answer this question in different situations, including in job interviews, university application interviews, English exams, or at work.

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Talk About Illness and Medicine – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about illness, medicine and healthcare in English.
You’ll learn how to deal with a visit to the doctor’s office, how to talk about different healthcare systems, how to talk about going to hospital, and more.

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Active Listening in English – Video

In this lesson, you can learn about active listening.
What is active listening? You’ll find out in detail in the rest of this lesson. You’ll see why listening is not just a passive skill, and how developing active listening skills will not only improve your English listening, but also your English communication skills more generally.

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