I want to get a firmer grasp of the English-speaking countries history. [more inside]
How to advertise a small French property in the classifieds ? [more inside]
I teach for a living but have a lot of linguistic baggage that I'd like to get rid of. Specifically, I have some weird pronunciation/accent issues and would like to speak "General American" or newscaster English. Is this something I can do on my own? What resources should I use? [more inside]
Does anyone have any resources to find historical forms of Ebonics? [more inside]
My poor English ability will continue to hold me back professionally and life in general if I don't find a way to improve it.
Poor English is holding my American Dream hostage. [more inside]
I want to expand my collection of accents. What movies should I watch? I'm especially interested in regional American, UK and Irish accents, but hearing non-native English speakers is helpful as well.
Is English much more difficult than most languages to speak and to write? [more inside]
What are some easy, relatively quick ways to learn to write better, think clearer, and express myself better? [more inside]
What does American English sound like to people who don't speak english? [more inside]