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Interviewee #17 – AJ’s Fitness Journey & Entrepreneurship

First time I met this man, I was in awe.  The size of him was unlike anything I had ever seen in my life.  If I can compare him to Evander Holyfield, one of America’s famous boxers, he’s a bit close.  Nonetheless, after chatting…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 2 – Episode 18 – Pronunciation Skill – The Schwa!

While teaching yesterday, I stumbled across one of the most interesting things EVER.  The schwa and the importance of it! I first came across this while teaching a doctor a few months ago, and of course, three months later, I found another interesting feature…

Arsenio’s ESL Task: Identifying Speaking Needs and Goals

So, I came across this exercise and wanted to put it into perspective and on display for you guys to identify WHY you need to learn English.  Here are some categories down below, and I also want you to check mark the three most…

Motivation Mentors: Episode 004 Featuring Celina Celeste!

Hello, everyone! This is a special project I’ve been working on with another mentor and coach from Shroud, England by the name of Luke Burrows.  The focus of this is since we’re both mentors and coaches, we encourage people to send questions in throughout…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: International Guest Speaker – Mashye of Indonesia!

Hello, everyone! After so many weeks of a bouncy schedule, I’ve finally brought on one of my charismatic friends from Indonesia who has a SoundCloud and sings quite a bit! I’m not only so proud and inspired by her, but she’s able to match…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 2 – Episode 15: Developing Vocabulary – Compound Nouns (Health + Medicine)

Hello, all! I want to show you guys the basic of compound nouns that are connected with health and medicine. First and foremost, we make compound nouns by joining two nouns or an adjective and a noun. Here are some examples…. Painkiller Heart attack…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 2 – Episode 14: Pronunciation – Word Stress & Intonation in Questions

Yes/no questions have rising intonation.  This means the voice rises on the last stressed syllable and then keeps on rising until the end of the sentence.  Sometimes, the last stressed syllable is the last word of the sentence.  Wh- questions have a rising-falling intonation. …

IELTS Writing Self-Assessment

1.A. Task Response (task 2) Did you answer the question fully? Are there two parts to the question?  Did you write 250 words? Did you stick to the topic? Did you give your opinion clearly? (in the introduction or conclusion AND the topic sentences)….

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 2 – Episode 9 – Grammar – Phrasal Verbs Part II

Welcome back to another ESL podcast, people! I had one of my ex students request a second blog/podcast for phrasal verbs, so here it is! Here’s round II of the madness! Again, thanks to all my supporters who continue supporting my podcast, viewing my…

IELTS Speaking Self-Assessment + Podcast & PDF

Here’s a full guide on how you can build everything from your fluency and coherence, to lexical resources, and grammatical range.  All the mechanics of English will be put to the test in order for you to attain your definite chief-aim.  PDF is also…

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