Vague language is language that is not precise and therefore allows speakers not to commit themselves or not to sound too definite. Vague language is very common in speaking, but it's sometimes used in writing too.
Discourse markers are very important for both formal and informal speech. When used appropriately, they make it well-organized, coherent and natural. So, any speaker or writer should use them.
Discuss health consciousness and self-treatment with your students using this lesson plan based on American English File 4 material.
Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer...
What words are there to agree and disagree with someone or something? What's the difference between "agree with" and "agree on?" In this post we'll answer these questions and teach you useful vocabulary for any time you discuss something and need to advocate your point of view.
Your students will enjoy the lesson which is all about habits and goals. They'll have a chance to boost their vocabulary and improve their listening and speaking skills.
New Year is just around the corner, which means there is a lot you can discuss with your students in class: their plans for the future, what this year was like, New Year traditions around the world etc...
A plan for a fun Christmas lesson which will help both Skype teachers and students enjoy the class greatly!
Speaking, listening and speaking again... Discuss extreme foods of the world, your own country and what food actually means to people!
Which words do you use talking about your opinion? Chances are that "I think" is a phrase which oftentimes helps you to start. It's perfectly OK, but there so many other good options!