Trumped Down: Donald’s Mastery of Simple Speech

Donald Trump

  Over the past few months at English Trackers we’ve been fascinated by the US Election race and astonished by Donald Trump’s rising support. We thought we’d take a closer look at some of his speeches to try to understand why his use of language seems to be striking » Read More

Lines of communication

tangled strands

Lines of communication. Exchanges back and forth. Contact kept, contact lost and sometimes contact re-established. So much of business is based on communication. Exchanging information between buyer and seller. The digital era has reduced human interaction considerably; online purchases involve only a few words and various clicks. But in » Read More

Seven Ways to Seriously Improve Your English

Writer

Seven Ways to Build Your English Practice – but how much? Anywhere from between 20 hours to 10,000 hours – according to academics or entrepreneurs – depending on which group of experts you wish to believe. If you haven’t read Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers, which explains the 10,000-hour rule » Read More

Learners of English Can Read the Classics, Too

Write a Novel

Dipping into English classics We can’t all afford to live in an English-speaking country, but as English Trackers CEO Bridget Rooth points out, there are plenty of ways you can immerse yourself in the English language back home. Reading English novels is one of them. Not only is it a » Read More