WITH ENGLISH. . .
THE WORLD IS YOUR OYSTER!
Check out these free lessons on Oyster English's blog:
With English the world is my what? William Shakespeare coined this phrase, which appeared in his play, The Merry Wives Of Windsor.
"With English, the world is your oyster" means that learning English will unlock countless opportunities and advantages in life. English is like a special currency that will help you in a myriad of different ways.
One of the keys to learning a new skill is practice, practice, practice. That's why this site offers free mini-lessons to help you develop your skills. My goal is to give you a chance to experience the language in real situations.
The advantage of this approach is that:
- you'll improve your listening comprehension by hearing the language as it's actually spoken in regular every day conversations;
- you can expand your vocabulary almost effortlessly by experiencing words and collocations (common word combinations) in readings, songs and video clips;
- it can help you develop better pronunciation by listening to native speakers;
- you'll get brief grammar explanations;
- and you'll even have a chance to practice writing and speaking by leaving comments on the blog and participating in the monthly challenges.
Just practicing a little bit every day will lead to a lot of improvement!
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