Another amazing sneak peek! This was a monster, 22-minute video, but the majority of the video is available only on my course, which is available in the link down below. Today is about breaking down dialogs that could be very confusing, and it was just that. However, with my techniques, you’ll be able to navigate the storms.
We’re back with a FULL introductory video! In this lesson, you’re going to hear me break down segments in regards to answering questions about plans, topics and problems. In the next lesson, which will be available only for my course students, will be the break down of 15 dialogs. Get ready!
In today’s podcast, we’re going to do a test to figure out what type of decision maker you are. Now, with the questions, the majority of mine are ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ but the more “it depends” you put for your answers, the more indecisive you may be. Here’s a break down of it all!
We’re back with another fantastic dialog! In today’s lesson, we’re going to do more dialogs with suggestions. Remember, this is only a sneak peek. The entire course is available in the link down below!
Welcome back to another corporate finance episode! Today we’re going to make collocations describing financial changes! This is going to be very useful for a lot of you, especially in next week’s segment for those who have to present financial changes in their company.
Based on the conversations in the podcast, where are they? Today, you will listen to a variety of different vocabulary between American and British English, and will also listen to eight conversations to understand where the conversation is taking place BASED on what is being said.
We’re back with another super special! Today we’ll be getting into suggestions, invitations, and much more. On TOEFL, you need to make sure you memorize these different things because it could make all the difference in the world when answering. Here’s a free video. Audio dialogs and breakdowns will be on the paid course down below!
Another snippet! Welcome back! Today we’re going over audios now featuring agreement/disagreement scenarios. This is a follow up, so again, if you haven’t memorized the phrases yet, PLEASE DO!
A coaching session with a student I hadn’t coach yet! after speaking to her four months ago, she is now preparing for her TOEFL exam and she’s doing an amazing job at answering these questions. However, before the techniques, she was lost with time. So in this session, I break down the questions so that she never wastes time again!
A full video! That’s right! Excited to bring you the full snippet from my course, however, the next one will be only for those who enroll in the course. Today is all about memorization. That’s right. I never tell anyone to memorize anything because it’s not natural, but this is essential — in regard to agree and disagree.