English, the Aussie way. Part 2

NOTE: You might think the writing is simple. This article was written for both native English-speakers and for ESL students. Because Part 1 was so popular, I had to make another part. There were also a number of things I forgot to write in the first part. If you still want to try speaking English…

About Philippine English

A bit about my situation and the current situation of English in the Philippines One of the reasons why I haven’t been blogging often is because I’ve been busy teaching English here in the Philippines. You might be thinking to yourself, why I am teaching English in a country that already can speak English? That…

UK or US English. Which “U” would U choose?

NOTE: You might think the writing is simple. This article was written for both native English-speakers and for ESL students. Standard French. Standard Spanish. Standard Chinese. There are French dialects, Spanish dialects and Chinese dialects and languages. However, one dialect was chosen from each language to be the “standard” vernacular to RULE THEM ALL. The…

English, the Aussie way

NOTE: You might think the writing is simple. This article was written for both native English-speakers and for ESL students. Do you want to learn English? The Australian way? If you are studying English at intermediate level, I think you can try learning this. There are many kinds of English dialects. People from places like…