What was your move to the United States like?
Resources: Notes on Life and Language in the United States
Boston and New York are walking cities!
Do you have a car in your new life in the United States?
It's the middle of the winter in the Northeastern United States!
Thursday is Thanksgiving Day.
Recently we have had questions from students who are moving to the Northeastern cities of the U.S. about how they should pack and prepare for their new life abroad.
Are you moving to the United States soon but still wondering how you will get around your new city?
Getting ready for a move to the United States?
Are you living in New York as an expat or planning to relocate there sometime soon? Are you struggling to improve your English so that you can communicate with the local people? Put your grammar textbook away! The real question is, do you speak New York City English? Every city has its own "insider" language. If you know the insider phrases, expressions and nicknames like other New Yorkers, you will have an easier time meeting people and connecting with them. So, today's post is your opportunity to find out if you really can speak New York City English. Check out today's video quiz below to learn ten key points that you must know to live like a local in New York.
Would you like to learn a few tips from one of our ESL teachers in New York about learning English and adjusting to life in the big city? Jane has been helping international professionals and students improve their English for five years. During that time, she has motivated many students to reach their goals and to feel comfortable learning English. Jane's students love her classes! She knows how to make students feel comfortable with conversation-based activities. In today's interview, I asked Jane to share some of her creative teaching methods. Keep reading to learn more!