Ok, so here's the situation...
You've been trying to improve your speaking for so long. The problem is, that you can't always find someone who can help you with it, especially when feel you need to work harder to make yourself understood.
Or like when you go into a store and ask for something, and the salesperson comes back with something completely different, and then you realized that it was because they didn't get what you meant to say. While it may be true that that person's understanding of English isn't up to a good international standard, it could also be because the way you said it wasn't clear enough.
Sometimes it gets even worse, you've been saying something in such a way that others understand, but no one has been kind enough to correct.
This is where I step in.
My name is Frank, and I've been working as an English teacher for more than 20 years and as a speaking examiner for more than 5. Every week, I will listen to what you say in English and let you know what you're doing great, and what you will probably need to improve on. I will cover areas such as use of grammar, vocabulary, discourse, or pronunciation. And how can I listen to what you say in English? Easy, just go to my website: whatyousayinenglish.wordpress.com, check the questions of the month and select the activity according to the level you feel more comfortable in. Then, go over to send your recording, and voilà! You'll be featured in one of the episodes! I will try to give you meaningful and useful feedback which you can use to your advantage. Especially if you have an exam like IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge to prepare for.
Even if you don't want to send in your recording, tune in every week to listen to others receive advice and tips to improve on their speaking. I'm sure you'll find something useful.
And what can you do now? Subscribe to my podcast here on Anchor or any other podcast service where it's available. I'll be happy to listen to what you say in English!
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