See how the Britlish Library works and the sort of material you will have full access to with a British Membership.
The links on this page will let you see the content of the library, but you will not have access to the lessons, the Study Record system, or the many other features of the Britlish Library. I hope that this first look encourages you to take out a free 14-day membership. To get an idea of how the lessons work, try some of the FREE lessons today.
Here is some FREE English material to show you the sort of thing that you will find in the Britlish Library. You can get FREE lessons with a FREE Britlish Membership.
My reason for creating Britlish was to help as many students as possible to improve their English. After all, that is what an English teacher is supposed to do. An individual English teacher, however, has a limited number of hours in a day in which to teach. I saw that this would limit me in the number of students that I could help if I taught them in private classes on Skype. Even if I taught in a classroom with a dozen or more students in each class, I would be strictly limited in the number of students I could help in a finite lifetime. There are estimated to be about 1.5 billion people currently trying to improve their English skills. One English teacher, giving private classes online through Skype, can do very little to help such a vast number of students. Through Britlish, however, I am able to reach a vastly greater number of students who need my help. With this new service in the Britlish Library, Britlish Library members can now get a more personal learning experience by being able to request lessons from me directly. I know that if I create a lesson for one student, then many more students will find it useful for them to.
If you learn just 4,000 British English words, you will be able to understand 90% of normal, everyday conversations in British English. You will also be able to understand most written material such as that found in newspapers, magazines, and Internet articles. After years of extensive research using the latest technology to access lists of millions of examples of spoken and written English, I have assembled a definitive list of over 4,000 of the most commonly used British English words. If you learn these 4,015 words, you will have an active vocabulary which will let you participate in any English-speaking situation with confidence. Let me show you how Britlish can help you quickly and easily master these 4,015 most common English words.
Are you frustrated at not being able to remember new vocabulary? You are not alone! One of the biggest problems faced by anyone learning a new language is the memorisation of new vocabulary. One of the questions that I am most often asked by students is, "Do you have any advice on how to remember new vocabulary?" This got me thinking, and I decided to do something to help not only my students but anyone who wants a fool-proof way of memorising new vocabulary.
What I came up with is what I call the Britlish Vocabulary Memoriser. It's free to use for all Britishers. In this presentation, I'm going to show you how it works and how it can help you. I built it to work on any device that has Internet access, from a mobile phone to a desktop computer. All your data is stored on the Britlish server, so using the app won’t take up any valuable space on your system memory, but I hope you will fill your memory with new vocabulary. Let’s see how it works, shall we?