Perfect Your English! | 50+ Common English Mistakes
What you’ll learn
How to correct many common mistakes made by English learners
Alternative ways to express ideas
Phrases that native speakers actually use
An intermediate to advanced level of English (B1-C2)
Note: If you have a B1 level, it might be a bit challenging. If you have a C2 level, it might be good revision.
Are you tired of making the same mistakes in English?
Do you want to speak and write more clearly and accurately?
Do you want people to take you more seriously in professional and academic situations?
Or do you need to get a high score in an exam such as the IELTS, TOEFL or CAE?
Then this course is for you!
This course includes:
1. Videos with corrections and explanations of more than 50 common English mistakes made by non-native speakers
2. 7 video quizzes so that you can test your knowledge
3. 2 PDF quizzes for you to download
Who this course is for:
- Non-native English speakers with an intermediate to advanced level of English and a sense of humour
- People who are serious about improving their English
STUDENT FEEDBACK AND REVIEWS
Noemia de Carvalho Lima: This course provides a review on several topics and a kind of diagnosis on the subjects that deserve deepening, by ourselves. I appreciate it!
Hannah P:It’s a great course, with several useful tips. And I believe that intermediate learners will benefit more than advanced ones.
For reaching more review, you can click to this link.
Hi! I’m Max from English with Max. You might know me from YouTube, Instagram or Facebook. I’m a native English speaker from Australia and I’ve been teaching English to adults for many years. I make light-hearted online videos for people who are serious about improving their English. As well as being CELTA-certified, I have a Bachelor of Economic and Social Sciences from the University of Sydney and a Master’s in Translation from the Sorbonne. I also love learning languages myself. I speak French, German and Spanish fluently, and I know some Indonesian, Italian and Portuguese. My aim is to teach with clarity, empathy and a touch of humour. 😉
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