Here at Skype English Class Now, us tutors are constantly thinking about the English language and how we use it. Because of that, we've created this online resource to share news, short mini lessons, and tutorials with ESL students. We want to continue communicating with you even outside of your regular Skype ESL classes.
On this blog, you will find mini lessons and tutorials (on the toolbar to the right) about all things ESL--grammar, spelling, punctuation, pronunciation, writing, speech, idioms, etc. We hope they stimulate your minds and help you grow as students.
They work great as a topic of conversation for you and your teacher, so bring your insights and questions to class with you. Unlike our Extra English Help Section, we want this online forum to respond to the day's news, controversies, and hot topics. We hope that by posting updates about current events, you'll, in turn, be interested and even eager to engage with the material. Since it's in blog form, these posts are not meant to be comprehensive. They're meant to elicit an online discussion. So, talk with us in the comments section. Bring these topics up with your personal Skype English Class Now tutor. And, most importantly, have a great time learning!
If you haven't signed up for online classes with us, that's not a problem! Welcome! Feel free to take a look around and let us know what you think. What is important to you as an ESL learner? What do you want and expect from your online ESL tutor? What's helpful on this website? What are you curious about? What do you want to see that's not here? We look forward to hearing from you!
Thanks for your interest. In the Teachers section of the website there is an application form. However, as it says there, we currently aren't looking for any teachers.
Best of luck to you!
This is 2020 and I am wondering if you are currently hiring more tutors? And what is the process to apply.