Your English isn't as good as you'd like it to be?
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About

Do you sometimes hear fluent English speakers and think, Wow! I would have never expressed myself using those words. I wish I could sound like that too! 

Yes, you can already communicate quite well, but you often find yourself using the same vocabulary, and your sentences are not as expressive as you’d like them to be. So you keep practising, but making noticeable progress has become harder.

I can understand how you feel. I was a learner of English and when I got to a higher level, I too struggled to make further progress. It’s absolutely normal, so don’t beat yourself up for this.  

To keep advancing, I used to challenge myself and I think you should do the same. Reading and discussing non-fiction books and creating meaningful personal stories is what you can do to step out of your comfort zone and keep improving.

This is what I can help you with.

Fabio in 3 paragraphs

English isn’t my native language. I had to learn it. It became such a great passion that I ended up teaching it professionally in New Zealand, Spain, Ireland and at the British Council Milan.

When I got to a high level, I challeged myself by taking English exams like Cambridge B2 First, IELTS and Cambridge C2 Proficiency.

As a teacher, I like to offer more interesting challenges than exams. I like to engage learners in stimulating conversations about real books and help them find and craft their own personal stories, so they can expand their repertoire of expressions, sound more idiomatic and grow as people as a whole. 

How does all this sound? Curious to know how these classes work?

Me teaching in New Zealand, 2016

English isn’t my native language. I had to learn it. It became such a great passion that I ended up teaching it professionally in New Zealand, Spain, Ireland and at the British Council Milan.

When I got to a high level, I challeged myself by taking English exams like Cambridge B2 First, IELTS and Cambridge C2 Proficiency.

As a teacher, I like to offer more interesting challenges than exams. I like to engage learners in stimulating conversations about real books and help them find and craft their own personal stories, so they can expand their repertoire of expressions, sound more idiomatic and grow as people as a whole. 

How does all this sound? Curious to know how these classes work?

Some random facts about me

  • I’m a minimalist, photography lover, podcaster, budget traveler, vegan, runner and war strategy video game player.
  • I started teaching in 2015.
  • I’ve lived and worked in London, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Spain and my native country, Italy.
  • I like books and beer (as you can see).
  • I have several teaching qualifications (CELTA, Delta and I’m studying for a Master’s degree in English Language Teaching).
  • I don’t watch TV series.
  • I have my own podcast and I love it.
  • One thing I’m proud of: I’ve been to 20 countries.
  • One thing I’m ashamed of: I sometimes believe I’m better than other people.
  • I’ve been with my partner, Aloha, since 2013 and I love her more than my podcast.
  • I hate washing the dishes after dinner and going to funerals.
  • I’m a minimalist, photography lover, podcaster, budget traveler, vegan, runner and war strategy video-game player.
  • I started teaching in 2015.
  • I’ve lived and worked in London, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Spain and my native country, Italy.
  • I like books and beer (as you can see).
  • I have several teaching qualifications (CELTA, Delta and I’m studying for a Master’s degree in English Language Teaching).
  • I don’t watch TV series.
  • I have my own podcast and I love it.
  • One thing I’m proud of: I’ve been to 20 countries.
  • One thing I’m ashamed of: I sometimes believe I’m better than other people.
  • I’ve been with Aloha, my partner, since 2013 and I love her more than my podcast.
  • I hate washing the dishes after dinner and going to funerals.