The Story of Margaux: Hungry… or angry?

ELSA now introduces Margaux Remize. Margaux was an exchange student from France at UC Berkeley this past year and took major steps to improve her English during her stay in the US. She grew up in Brive-la-Gaillarde, France and then moved to Bordeaux. We asked her a few questions about her experience and she was delighted […]

View more

Great Tips for Resume Writing in English

A great resume could be the icing on the cake during a job interview, yes you look sharp, your shirt is starched, your ponytail is sleek but a great English resume could do the trick. Writing a resume in English is not the same as writing a resume in your native language, for a non-native […]

View more

UPenn’s Popular English for Career Development Course Now Available on ELSA!

Nearly half of ELSA’s users are practicing English in order to gain a competitive edge in the global job market and advance their careers. Some need proficiency in spoken English to land their first jobs, while others are hoping to move up in their fields. Regardless of where you are in your career, English speaking […]

View more

5 Trends in English Language Education 2020

COVID to accelerate the industry trends 2020 has been a year of uncertainty and adversity; COVID-19 has shaken the world, natural disasters, and the political and economic divide challenged people around the world. While we have to acknowledge the year 2020 has been difficult for many around the world, we are also observing that the […]

View more

5 tips on how to be fluent in English within 60 days

It is the dream of every English learner to become as fluent as a native English speaker within a short period of English learning. Being fluent in English goes beyond just having a wealth of knowledge of English grammar and vocabulary it has to transfer from your head to your mouth. Even though it seems […]

View more

8 Tips to improve your English skills

Tip 1: Practice to think in English. Like a native speaker, you have to train yourself to think everything in English.Here is some highlight for you to practice thinking in English: Don’t translate between your native language and English. Use a dictionary if you don’t know the word.  Try to think in English every time […]

View more