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How to read faster and comprehend more

There are several occasions every day when we read our native language, usually very quickly, in order to understand a ...
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Our English Learning Method

Are you trying to find the best way to learn English? Have you tried one or two methods that didn’t ...
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What is the Best English Class Size?

When you need to choose an English course, you have many choices to make. Should I study once a week ...
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We Said Yes to Small English Classes

These students said yes to small English classes with the most supportive learning experience with Wall Street English. Wall Street ...
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Why Wall Street English is Premium

When you invest your time and money into anything, you want to be sure you’re making the right choice, and ...
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Why Study English as a Second Language?

When you choose to invest your time and energy into learning a second language, deciding which language you choose is ...
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What TEFL Requirements Do You Need to Teach at Wall Street English?

To teach English with Wall Street English you will need: To hold an appropriate professional qualification CELTA or equivalent TEFL certificate To ...
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Using The Past Perfect Tense in English

Having the right skills to be able to speak in detail about the past in English is a great advantage, ...
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Using The Past Continuous Tense in English

The past continuous is one of main tenses used to describe situations in the past in English. When and how ...
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The Present Perfect Tense and the Passive Voice

As we’ve already seen, the present perfect is one of the most challenging verb tenses for all English students to ...
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The Difference Between ‘Shall’ and ‘Will’ in the Future Tense

When you want to talk about the future in English, there are various forms you can use, including the present ...
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The Comparative and the Superlative

One of the most common things we do in our everyday language is to compare things. It might be comparing ...
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Tenses and Time Adverbs used with the Present and Past Simple

When we want to say when, for how long, or how often something happens, we need to use time adverbs ...
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Simple Present Exercise: Sentences and Questions

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Simple Present and Present Progressive

The first verb tenses an English student learns are the present simple and the present continuous, partly because they are ...
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Simple Past: regular and irregular exercises

An important step in learning English is when you start to speak about the past. Being able to speak about ...
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