Easy Native English

Hi, My name is Sabina, I'm a qualified, native teacher from the UK, here to help you learn English like a native.

I have been teaching children and young adults for over 20 years and can help you to speak fluently, pass tests and more.

Operating as usual

31/12/2021

Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Wealthy New Year. 🥳 🎉 🎊

29/11/2021

Wishing you all a wonderful week. 🥰

07/11/2021

It’s that time of year and people are “under the weather”.

This simply means with the change in temperature people are catching colds and not feeling well.

I hope you’re all well and not under the weather.

ESL Video History Book - Starting History -The Romans Read by Teacher Sabina 05/10/2021

https://youtu.be/iT75k7YmbpY

Let’s learn some history. Why? Because a lot of English words come from Latin or the Roman Times, including the alphabet.

Many scientific words are still written in Latin.

So, let’s learn some British history and how the Romans shaped British, European and Mediterranean life as well as their languages.

This children’s book for Key Stage 2, is a great way to access the British History curriculum as well as help ESL learners learn about the origins of English life, language and culture.

For example. soldiers were paid in salt, called Sal, hence the English word salary, for payment for work done.

Understanding a little history, makes it easier to understand the language better.

For example, Roman Numerals and so on.

This popular children's history book by Sally Hewitt has many words which explain where English words origin from: Tepid - warm
fridge - cold
planet names from the Roman Gods
Letters and numbers - alphabet and roman numerals
Also Includes instructions so, that you have craft activities but can also see how imperative verbs are used.
Happy learning.
😁

ESL Video History Book - Starting History -The Romans Read by Teacher Sabina Let’s learn some history. Why? Because a lot of English words come from Latin or the Roman Times, including the alphabet. Many scientific words are still wri...

30/09/2021

Turn this into a formal sentence.

“If I was well, I’d go to work.”

22/09/2021

Come with me to work 😁
I'm on my lunch break so let's see what you can learn today?
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I'm teaching a year 5/6 class today - it's a small school so their year 5 and 6 children are in one class.

Supply teacher - substitute teacher - teaches different students of different ages in different schools

I help the school out - help the school

Off sick - not at work due to illness

Let me show you around the classroom I'm in today - let me give you a tour

Out at lunch - gone to have lunch

I'm on my lunch break - break from work to have lunch
Afternoon session - lessons in the afternoon
Hometime - time to go home
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Hope this was useful 😊

20/09/2021

Come for a ride to the petrol station and learn some everyday phrases. 😁
It's still light - not late.
Heading off - going to
Fill up - get petrol
Running low - I have little petrol left.
Pull into the garage - go into the garage
Once I've filled up - filled the car with petrol
I’ll be heading home - i’ll be going home

17/09/2021

Hi everyone, join in my drive to the supermarket 🤣.

Slang phrases in everyday conversation

Pitch dark - can’t see anything
Pop to the shops - go quickly to get some shopping
some bits and pieces- a few items
Ran into traffic- experienced a lot of traffic
Parking space - space to park a car

I hope you found this useful.

14/09/2021

Here's the second part if my slang phrases for weather and how i’d use them.

Sorry, for speaking so quickly in my normal voice, but I couldn't drive and think 🤔 about what I was saying at the same time. 😁.

Thanks for coming on my drive to work. 😉

11/09/2021

Weather is a common topic in the UK because it changes so quickly regularly. After a mini heatwave this week when it was scorching hot (burning hot) 🥵,we had a flash flood and the rain fell like a monsoon. Here are a few slang phrases and how i’d use them.

1. Hammering it down 🔨 (falling like a hammer hitting)

2. Pouring down (like water 💦 falling from a glass)

3. The rain is heavy ( there is so much it weighs a lot)

31/08/2021

Here’s an example of the difference.

INFORMAL - I am sorry that I won’t be able to come to your birthday party next week, but I’ll try to come to any other party that you have in the future.

FORMAL - I’m awfully sorry, but I regret to inform you that I shan’t be able to attend your birthday party next week.
Please accept my humblest apologies
I shall endeavour to attend any further engagements you have in the future.

28/08/2021

Subjunctive form is a formal polite way of expressing a command or demand.

We use stronger verbs which show authority, but use them with softer verbs to make them sound more polite.

For example: I suggest you attend the meeting.

Suggest gives the impression you have a choice but combined with the strong verb “attend” it is actually a command that you go to the meeting. It is not a suggestion at all.

27/08/2021

Hi everyone,

I hope this loads this time because at the moment my videos aren't loading on here. 🤦‍♀️

21/07/2021
14/07/2021

Find and correct the 4 mistakes.

03/06/2021

Today it's Day 4 and the final part of the script. Don't forget to download it from EasyNativeEnglish.com/Live-challenge So let's have a look at the final idioms and Phrasal verbs in the script.

02/06/2021

So we are half way through th script we are learning to help us speak like a native. Don't forget to download the script from easynativeenglish.com/live-challenge, so that you can join more easily.

01/06/2021

Hi Welcome to a week long Challenge to Speak English Like a Native with me. Learn natural English Speech.

Make sure you have downloaded the script we will learn from EasyNativeEnglish.com/live-challenge

01/06/2021

My 5th and final reason on why you should learn English seriously. I hope this gives you the inspiration to do well and that the effort is worth it.

31/05/2021

Hi Welcome to a week long Challenge to Speak English Like a Native with me. Learn natural English Speech.

Make sure you have downloaded the script we will learn from EasyNativeEnglish.com/live-challenge

31/05/2021

Apologies everyone for the delay - just ironing out a couple of technical issues with Facebook- I’ll be on LIVE shortly.

31/05/2021

Need Help downloading the script?

Join me for a quick live at 1:30pm BST today.

30/05/2021

Today I will share with you my 4th reason for learning to speak English well. I appreciate it is difficult, but I hope you will see that the effort is well worth it. One more reason to go.

If you would like to learn English well then join me on my LIVE Speaking Challenge starting tomorrow at 2:30 pm BST

28/05/2021

Over the following week I am going to share with you my top 5 reasons on why you should learn English seriously. Today is my second reason for learning to speak English well. I appreciate it is difficult, but over this week I hope you will see that the effort will be well worth it.

27/05/2021

Hi Everyone, I'm so excited to be telling you about my Speak English like a Native Challenge starting next week from Monday to Friday. Make a note in your phones and I'll see you then. 😀

Click on the link to register and download the script that I will teach you for the challenge.
https://easynativeenglish.com/live-challenge/

26/05/2021

Here is the second of this week's videos on why I think you should learn English seriously. Today's video looks at the knowledge you are missing out on, and how having access to and knowing English well could transform your life.

click below for Day 1's video - Increasing your salary

https://fb.watch/5KzksXIPVX/

24/05/2021

This week I will be sharing my top 5 reasons why if you are chosing to learn English, you should do so seriously. Today's video looks at by how much your salary could be affected if you learnt English well.

The data provided in this video was provided by: https://www.worlddata.info/average-income.php

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Learn English Like a Native

Easy native English is growing rapidly to help overseas professionals reach the English proficiency they are looking for.

To learn English well, you first need to have a strong foundation in the basics of pronunciation and grammar. A foundation most native adults acquire from childhood.

Unfortunately, after 20 years of teaching Sabina still finds that many of the difficulties overseas students have, when it comes to learning English, does not come from their lack of ability or their motivation, but from the errors they were taught from non-natives or unqualified teachers, who have made the language more complicated than necessary.

Sabina, who is a British born school teacher in England, teaches her ESL students the basics first, to develop a strong foundation in pronunciation and grammar, just as she would teach English native children in her class.

Videos (show all)

English Phrases for work
Getting petrol from petrol station
Slang phrases in everyday conversation
Slang phrases for weather
Weather is a common topic in the UK because it changes so quickly regularly. After a mini heatwave this week when it was...
Formal vs Informal Speech
Subjunctive form is a formal polite way of expressing a command or demand.We use stronger verbs which show authority, bu...
Examples of Subjunctive Form in English
Day 4 - Speak English Like a Native Challenge
Speak English Like a Native Challenge - Day 3
Speak English Like a Native Challenge - day 2
Top 5 Reasons why you should learn English - International Friendship

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