How to be an expert in speaking English with ajarn ken

 Hi it's Ken here this podcast short is with myself Ajarn Ken we've got teacher Tino and teacher Michael another couple of English as a second language teachers from Instagram that I know very well. This podcast short, we'll look at a question it's a very, very common question I get to my Instagram channel Get English Tips and it is 'How to be an expert in English'

So everyone every teacher gets this question so it's really, really interesting to get three teachers and their different viewpoints on what makes you improve your English. So we talk a lot about the skills and how to acquire the skills, we talk about accent and pronunciation, not just with students but from our own experiences of traveling the world and teaching around the world, so very, very interesting.

I really hope that you find it useful and you get a lot from it and if you haven't already done so please subscribe to my YouTube channel to get all the latest English lessons that will help you to improve your English skills. So without further ado here's the podcast short.

I got this question recently and the Get English Tips community member was saying they heard that 'many' and 'much' we use in a negative sense. They were just wanting confirmation this was the case.

Difference between so far and yet

These words or expressions are very similar, both are used with the Present Perfect Tense. They show that an expected action has not happened from a starting point in the past until now.

How to use ain't English vocabulary and grammar

Ain't is a word we will mainly use in spoken English and it's used very informally and it shows a negative.