Tweet Speak English is a podcast with online English lessons.
My goal is to help you improve your spoken English so you can confidently communicate with native speakers every time you have a chance.
By listening to and speaking with real natural English examples, you will quickly improve your ability to listen to and speak English that native speakers use every day.
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How Tweet Speak English Works
Tweet Speak English creates audio lessons from popular English phrases found on Twitter. This way, you can practice listening to and speaking natural English to improve your communication skills.
Sign up now, and I will also send you a free copy of “4 Steps You Need for Better Listening”, a guide I wrote for learning listening strategies.
Speaking English well begins with being a great listener.
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About Tweet Speak
My name is Nate, and I’m the creator of Tweet Speak English lessons. I have been teaching in Japan since 2006, and I’ve also taught in Hungary and the US. I’ve taught students from various backgrounds and from a wide range of ages (from 1 to 73). I’ve learned a lot through my experiences, and I hope to be able to reach more English learners through my lessons on TweetSpeakEnglish.com.
I believe in using the English around us to teach students real English. Listening is very important and I tell students to improve listening first because it is the best way to improve your speaking. That’s why I really hope you’ll sign up to get my free guide.
I’ve chosen to use Twitter to find natural examples for you because they are short, very casual, and a good representation for how people speak. By remembering the phrases and vocabulary I teach you, you will soon be sounding more natural.
It is my goal to give you the confidence you need to speak with native speakers any and every chance you get, without feeling nervous, shy, or scared.
If this sounds like an interesting way to learn, you should sign up for free email updates so you never miss a lesson.
If you’re on Twitter, come join me @TweetSpeakEng!