Are you Beginner or Intermediate ESL

Who is a beginner ESL Student?

10 things that describe a beginner level ESL Student.

[stextbox id=”info” bwidth=”7″ color=”212121″ bcolor=”0F0F0F” bgcolor=”FEF2FF” bgcolorto=”FF4B14″]

1. Lack Confidence in Speaking

     2. Can not listen well or understand English

         3. Is still learning basic Vocabulary.

            4. Can’t use phrasal verbs and idioms.

              5. Understands less than 50% of Tv Shows

                 6. Does not use verb tenses correctly.

              7. Can not think of what to say.

            8. Has problems with Pronunciation.

          9. Just started within 2 or 3 years.

      10. Studies in ways that are not good.


Even if you have studied for 10 years or more, if you can not do these things you have a ways to go.  The good news is that it will be easier because you already have a lot of knowledge.  we can help you learn how to use it!

ESL Teachers may refer to this method of Evaluating your ESL Level

Our Free Pronunciation Evaluation 

     Begin a Beginner isn’t bad.  We are always very supportive and positive when teaching students.  But we must be honest.  There are many certificates and badges you can achieve taking courses.  We only want you to learn.  That is the goal.  We will help in you in many ways.  That being said…..

If you can’t talk better than a 5-6 year old in a native speaking country you are just beginning.   If you hang around 5-6 year old kids you know they have a really lot of language skills.  The are eager to express themselves.  Maybe they give you a headache because they don;t ever stop talking!  Basically they listened for 3 years, and now will talk like crazy for 10 years! 

What is the best way to learn?   The best way is to listen to as much as you can, read all the time, practice talking to anyone or even yourself, and to make English a part of your life.

You contact me directly at speakenglishtodayblog@gmail OR

This easy form:

[contact-form][contact-field label=’Name’ type=’name’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’Email’ type=’email’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’Comment’ type=’textarea’ required=’1’/][/contact-form]

“A question I ask my IELTS students, IELTS Examiners, and Scholarship Providers = “What age level does a 7.0 band score in IELTS equate to in USA?”   the answers are shocking!.”     What do you think?  let me know is the form above.

Leave a Comment