Use NBX to buy English Lessons

English Teacher Online already accepts DOGE and XP.

Now you can use NBX to buy English Lessons Online

You can pick your lessons from a range of topics or just ask for a ‘free talk’ session on a subject of your choice.

I’ll even write a lesson just for you and post it online so others can share and study it for FREE.

Every lesson is different because each student is not the same.

How Much Do Lessons Cost?

25-minute lesson is only 750 NBX

50-minute lesson is only 1500 NBX

5 x 50-minute package is only 6500 NBX

Download the NBX Browser Wallet and run the install file as admin. Write your 24-word recovery phrase somewhere safe, then simply earn NBX every day for browsing as normal. Welcome to the Attention Economy.

Find the live NBX price now. Prices are subject to change.

Use XP Coin to Buy English Lessons

With all the recent turbulent fun, English Teacher Online would like to remind holders that you can still use XP Coin to buy English lessons online.

You can pick your lessons from a range of topics or just ask for a ‘free talk’ session on a subject of your choice.

I’ll even write a lesson just for you and post it online so others can share and study it for FREE.

Why Pay For Free Lessons?

You are paying for ‘teacher time’ not the free material.

Every student is advised to look at the study material before each class and come to the lesson with lots of questions.

Teachers help students with pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. We teach you how to build meaningful sentences that relate to your real life situation.

Every lesson is different because each student is not the same.

How Much Do Lessons Cost?

25-minute lesson is only 400,000 XP

50-minute lesson is only 750,000 XP

5 x 50-minute package is only 3,000,000 XP

Find the live XP Coin exchange rate now. Prices are subject to change.

Why Are Prices So Low?

Large language companies charge over $30 an hour! But you can get massive discounts when you study with independent teachers who have lower overheads working from home.

I want to pass on those discounts to students who pay with XP Coin, the revolutionary cryptocurrency with lower fees than Bitcoin.

We are confident that the XP price will rise in value and that is reflected in our low rates.

How Can I Book My Teacher?

Email Steve@EnglishTeacherOnline.Org to arrange an online English lesson using Google Hangouts, Skype, QQ and more!

After we agree times, I’ll create a personal XP address for you to send payments.

I’m happy to answer any questions in advance.

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Buy XP online  and set up a wallet.

Then use Ledger Nano S to keep your cryptocurrency safe OFF-LINE.

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Study for IELTS and Win a Cash Prize

School holidays are the perfect time to sit down and plan for your future. Young students often just want to plan some fun activities, while older students may be preparing to work or study in an English speaking country.

The good news is that you can use your holiday to study for IELTS and win a cash prize of up to 80,000 Singapore Dollars too!

IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is a requirement to stay in many English speaking countries, including the UK.

Applications for the British Council IELTS Prize will open again in December 2017, and you will need a high IELTS score to enter.

You can take the IELTS test as many times as you like, but the earlier you start, the higher your chances of winning a prize and going to a top English speaking university.

The grading system for IELTS is split into 9 bands, with most schools and universities requiring a score of 6 and above in the Academic IELTS exam.

There are 4 sections to the test, listening, speaking, reading and writing. You will need good scores in each section, so the earlier you start preparing the better your chances of success.

So why not start today?

Why not go for that 80,000 Singapore Dollar first prize?

If you want to study for IELTS or need more information, please contact Steve@EnglishTeacherOnline.Org or leave a comment. Good luck!

Describe Your Family

How many people are there in your family?

What jobs do they have?

Describe their personalities.

Give examples to explain how they help you.

It’s week 2, English Teacher Online helps you to describe your family. You should start by saying how big your family is and listing the family members you live with. Then you can describe each person one at a time.

Look back at the mini-plan for Owen, and remember to focus on people’s good points – turn any bad characteristics into positives!

Describe Your Family

I am very lucky to have a large, loving family. There are 6 of us, my father, mother, older brother, older sister, younger sister and me.

My father is a businessman. He is hardworking, reliable and loves me very much. My father has sacrificed a lot to raise his family and is a very good person, everybody respects him. He is honest, brave and talented.  He has a good heart and does anything he can to make me happy.

My mother is a doctor. She is loving, caring and hardworking. My mother is so kind and has done so much to raise us. She is very understanding and is one of my best friends. She knows a lot of things and has so many practical skills like cooking, sewing and managing our home.

My older brother is studying at university. He is brave, smart and polite. He is so talented and knows a lot about different things. He taught me how to play piano. He is kind and helpful and always supports me no matter what. He is a good friend and always protects me.

My older sister is in secondary school. She is funny, caring and a good friend. She always makes time for me and helps me with my homework. My sister is supportive, talented and we have lots of good memories together.

My younger sister is the mischievous little one in our family. She has the smile of an angel but often takes my things without asking. She loves art and crafts and is really good at making a mess.

I am also close to my extended family which is very big. I have 6 aunts and uncles plus 10 cousins. My grandparents are very important to me too. They are old and wise, and have taught me so many things. My grandpa is so patient and often takes me fishing at the lake.

A death in the family is never easy but you can try to keep their memory by writing about the things you remember.

Try to write some paragraphs about the 5 closest members of your family. If you’re not sure, you can ask a question in the comment section or email Steve@EnglishTeacherOnline.Org

General or Academic IELTS Writing Exam

Are you planning to study in the UK or work in an English speaking country?

We’re here to help you get a 7+ in your General or Academic IELTS writing exam.

The best way to prepare for your General or Academic IELTS writing exam is lots of sample tests, a teacher to mark them and give you feedback – that’s what you get when you study with English Teacher Online.

Academic or General?

The two formats are graded in just the same way, but each exam presents slightly different challenges:

The IELTS writing exam has two versions, depending on what you are planning to do at the end of it.

If you are going to university or sixth form college, you will require a score in the Academic exam.

If you are immigrating to work in an English speaking country, you will need to take the General test.

There are two tasks in both versions of the exam.

Task 1 Differences

The General test involves writing a 150-word letter. The Academic exam requires writing a 150-word report based on data in a chart or table, describing a process, or comparing information on a map.

Task 2 Similarities

Both versions of the test require writing a 250-word essay. They have a separate question on any given exam day, but the topics and types of essays stay the same.

Four criteria are used to grade both versions of the exam. They are; task response, cohesion and coherence, vocabulary, grammar.

IELTS Writing Preparation

The General exam is easier to prepare for because Task 1 only involves learning how to write a few styles of personal letters.

Studying for the Academic version requires learning how to write about a variety of charts, different time periods, and passive tense in order to describe processes and maps.

The table below shows the similarities and differences between the Academic and General IELTS writing tasks.

General Training Writing Academic Writing
Task 1 Informal, semi-formal or formal personal letter with some information provided Interpreting information from a diagram, graph, chart, or process, etc., using your own words
Task 2 Broad essay on general topic of interest Lengthy essay on academic topic addressed to the educator


Top Tips That Help You Score 7+

1. Do Task 2 first because it is easier and is worth more marks.

2. For Task 1, learn all the writing structures for each type of task. In the real test, you can apply that structure with the data in a suitable verb tense.

3. Read sample essays and take note of the papers with good structure so you have a wide range for Task 1. Some structures might be used in Task 2 as well.

4. Writing requires a broad vocabulary so use a dictionary to enlarge and enrich your use of language. Avoid all informal ways of writing.

5. A paragraph must include, the topic sentence, supporting sentences (2-3 sentences), development sentences (evidence, example, experience, data). Concluding sentence.

6. Practice makes perfect, so start now by asking for a few sample tests. Find a teacher to mark them and give you feedback. Learn from your mistakes.

7. Time yourself. More writing practice – but this time do both Task 1 and Task 2 in one hour. Remember to start with Task 2 – and learn to leave yourself enough time for Task 1 at the end.

8. When you follow these tips, you’ll be able to get a good night’s sleep – Go to your IELTS Test Center early, confident and well prepared.

Book Your Teacher

We can have a FREE 10-minute chat online and discuss how to get you a high IELTS score.

Please email Steve@EnglishTeacherOnline.Org explaining which exam you need to study for and why.

I charge $15 an hour for IELTS exam preparation.

Please leave questions and requests for future lessons in the comments section.