My Confident English

I am an English trainer who is here to help you find your confidence when speaking English.

I have been working with high-level professionals for 8 years and I would love to speak with you to discuss how I can help you.

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Have you ever made a comeback?

Do you know anyone who has?

Let me know in the comments.

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Idiom of the day: "To live up to expectations"

Did the last film you saw live up to expectations?

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Do you have a pair of LUCKY safety PANTS?

Do you find it hard to speak English confidently in high pressured professional situations?

And every time you try to do something about it, you either get stuck or can’t even get started.

Don’t worry! You are not alone.

When I was younger, I was so shy I could barely look someone in the eye, let alone speak to them. And that was in my native language not even a second or third language.

My close friends would probably be surprised to hear that now!

But it's true. Back then, fear ran through me every time I had to speak to someone in a position of authority or in a group. I missed so many opportunities to interact because I was so scared to speak.

Eventually, I got so annoyed with the situation that I finally decided to do something about it. You know what I did? I simply put on my lucky safety pants (very important!) and dared to speak up!

And I didn't just speak up once.
I made a pledge with myself to speak up again and again.

And guess what? It wasn't long before I got the hang of it. And no one stared at me or laughed at me for just being me. In fact, I got a pretty good response. Which of course led me to speak more and more... you get the idea.

If I ever feel the nerves these days, not only do I make sure to have a pair of lucky safety pants to hand, but more importantly, I always remember that first step and the courage it took to speak up for the very first time.

It only took a few seconds to state my opinion out loud in a group, but it changed how I interacted with other people forever.

If like I did, you also have to pull on your lucky safety pants to speak up in high-pressured situations, let me know in the comments below.

What do you find MOST DIFFICULT about speaking up in a high-pressured situation like a professional meeting?




If you would find it useful to learn how to ACE your job interview in English, I'd love you to test-drive my course.

I'm looking for ten people who would like to take my new course for FREE!

The usual price will be $249 when it launches, but I'd like to get some feedback on it first and some reviews.

Absolutely FREE to you - all I request is feedback and a written or videoed review.

Comment YES PLEASE! below if you are interested.

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LET'S PLAY! Follow, like and Comment.

FOLLOW this page and LIKE the post to enter.

Then just comment with three words that you think describe the picture.

For example you might describe the scene, the colours or the feeling you get from the picture.

Use your imagination. I'll choose a winner and message you to let you know and send you FREE access to my brand new course How To Interview in English (value $199).

It is packed full of the most up to date advice on how to answer questions in an Interview in English and get the job you REALLY want.

By the end of the course my students know how share their skills and express their thoughts fully with clarity and self assurance, so that the interviewer is fully reassured that they are a candidate of high quality.

Follow, like and comment to WIN:


Learning English takes one step at a tîme. The key is to keep going. Let’s do this!.

What have you passed with flying colours? An exam? A job interview? A test? Let me know in the comments.

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What have you passed with flying colours? An exam? A job interview? A test? Let me know in the comments.

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Game: Describe this photo in 5 words.


Work on your dream a little everyday and suddenly it’ll start to become reality.



Sometimes all we need to do is start! Comment START below if you'd like free access to my short English course that will prepare you for a job interview in English.


Send me a message if you'd like to get FREE access to the all-important 5-day PREPARATION PHASE of my new course.

Do you want to feel ready for your interviews in English?

Message me now and I'll add you to the list.

Hurry! We're starting soon!


If you’re looking for a fun easy way to make extra money from home, think about teaching English online.

Use this link to sign up and you get a bonus once you teach 10 hours:

It’s a really flexible job, you can work around your kids’ schedule or even combine it with another job. And it’s fun – you simply chat to English learners.

Use this link to sign up and you get a bonus once you teach 10 hours:

Pay is $10-12 per hour – so not massive BUT you don’t need any qualifications and when you’re chatting in the day or evening that soon mounts up. I did this job for a while when I had no other work coming in and it was really great. I ended up making around $350 -$400 per week. I think mainly because it was fun to speak to so many people. Use this link to sign up and you get a bonus once you teach 10 hours.


To be a native English speaker

A good internet connection

Enjoy speaking to people from different countries and able to chat about different topics

If that’s you, use this link and you’ll be taken straight to the application page

If you have any questions, message me. I’ll be happy to help


Five ways to start an email in English:

1. Dear Sir/ Madame (formal)
2. Dear ... name of person (formal)
3. Hello (neutral)
4. Hi (informal)
5. Hey! (very informal)


Are you looking for a job that needs English?

If you could ask a recruiter three questions in advance of the interview, what would you ask?

For example - "Does my English need to be perfect to get a job that requires some English?"

"Will the interviewer look badly on me if I make some mistakes in English?"

Let me know what you'd love to ask a recruiter when applying for jobs in English.


Nice words from a client:

"Have had excellent lessens with Amanda. These lessons were very useful, effective and efficient. I've improved my business English and prepared for job interview."


3 ways to build your confidence speaking English

Here are three ways you can get that confidence flowing when speaking English.

1. Talk to yourself - that's right! Some people say it's the first sign of madness, I say it's the first step to confidence.

2.Ask question that you already know the answer to.

3. Phone a hotel.

I hope these tips are helpful. Everything is explained in the video. Leave me a comment to let me know if these tips are useful. If you have already tried some of them share your experience

Happy English speaking!


Have you ever wanted to introduce yourself to someone, but not known how to?

Sometimes it can be difficult to know how to start a conversation, even in your own language.

Here are five ways to introduce yourself or say hello in English. I've listed them from formal to informal.

I hope they help :-)

1. Good morning/afternoon/ evening Could I introduce myself, my name is...

2. Hello pleased to meet you,my name is...

3. Hello! good to meet you. I'm .....

4. Hi! How's it going?

5. Hey! What's up?

A top tip for you: be ready with a follow up question, that way the conversation keeps flowing after your initial introduction.
For example: Are you enjoying the conference?
Have you travelled far to get here?

If you have any of your own phrases to introduce yourself, please comment below. Or, if you have a question, don't hesitate to ask.

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