What's the best way to improve your English skills? If you said through conversations, you would be spot on. It's one thing to learn lists of vocabulary, expressions, idioms, or phrasal verbs, and it's quite another to pick up new vocabulary through real interaction with real English speakers. I know, there is one catch! Where do you find a native English speaker to have a conversation with? Not only that, but where do you find a native English speaker with the patience of a saint and a willingness to go over new vocabulary time and time again? I'll tell you where you can find such people – here at Britlish.com.
Okay, the people I am talking about at Britlish are not real people, per se, and the conversations are not actually real, but they are realistic. Plus, the people you will be speaking to have enough patience for you to practice each conversation as many times as you need to master the vocabulary and expressions used. The realistic conversations you will engage in are also branching conversations which have many different ways to speak about the same things, and can even lead to different conclusions.