Articles and tips for EFL students

Updated 13 June 2016

How to learn telephoning articles

How to end phone calls smoothly and politely – NEW

How to start phone calls in English

How to improve your TOEIC score articles 

100 ways to improve your TOEIC listening

Test your knowledge of the TOEIC listening (for students and teachers)

TOEIC Listening Part One photos task tips for students

TOEIC FAQ (for students and teachers)

Choosing good TOEIC classes and TOEIC teachers

The 24 hours before your TOEIC exam

21 ways to get more out of your TOEIC class

TOEIC exam problems and solutions (a kind of mix of a FAQ and an agony aunt column)

100 ways to improve your TOEIC score

Other exams

The three keys to doing well in speaking exams (article for students and teachers)

IELTS Academic Reading Tips for Students- Matching headings to paragraphs task

How to improve your BULATS writing score

Self-study tips for parents

How to choose English classes for your young kids

How to learn English with your young child

Self-study tips for EFL students

57 ways to improve your fluency

70 ways to improve your English

Activities for conversation exchanges

How to correct yourself outside class

How to improve your pronunciation outside class

The EFL Why oh Why series

Why does my teacher make me correct my own answers?

Why does my teacher stop me using my dictionary?

Why does our teacher make us learn the phonemic script?

Why doesn’t my teacher correct all my mistakes when I am speaking?

Why does my teacher make us work in pairs?

Why does our teacher make us play games in an adult class?

Why does my teacher make us read difficult authentic texts?

Why does my teacher skip exercises in the textbook?

Why does my teacher make me use an English-English dictionary?

Why does my teacher make me learn English grammar words?

Why does my teacher make me read silently?

2 Responses to Articles and tips for EFL students

  1. ALTWiki.net says:

    Hi, just wondering, why does every link here go to another website?

    Is UsingEnglish.com your website? Why aren’t the articles you write posted here? Just wondering because they are really great articles. I plan to use some of the 70 ways to improve your English as class activities for my students.

  2. alexcase says:

    Umm, isn’t that what people usually do with blogs – publish elsewhere and then link to it from the blog?? UE not my website, just publish a lot of my stuff. Please feel free to use the stuff!

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