ELSA partners with IMAP to educate millions in Vietnam

ELSA Corp. has entered into a partnership with one of the most prominent private English language institutions in Vietnam, IMAP. The partnership includes IMAP incorporating the ELSA Speak app’s offering into the curriculum in order to help their students learn the English language. IMAP, founded by Hoa Ngyuen in 2012 owns a network of English schools […]

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Announcing IDP (co-owner of IELTS) partnership

IDP and ELSA Corp. signed a partnership deal We are happy to announce yet another partnership — ELSA Corp. just signed a partnership deal with IDP who is the co-owner of IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and a global leader in international education services. While IELTS is recognized as the standard of English proficiency test for study abroad, migration, or […]

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18 Words that Vietnamese usually pronounce wrong!

Do you know?‘recipe’ is pronounced /ˈresəpi/’, not /REE-sipe/ or /RUH-seep’. Do you know?‘recipe’ is one of 18 words that Vietnamese usually pronounce wrong, along with ‘pizza’, ‘vehicle’, ‘stomach’,… Due to popular request from Vietnamese users, last Thursday, ELSA released new module ‘18 words for Vietnamese.’ This is the collaboration between ELSA and Dan Hauer to […]

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5 Easy Ways to Achieve Extraordinary Fluency

Do you want to speak English effortlessly with extraordinary fluency? Are you a busy person and have very little time to practice? I have 5 secrets that can perfect your English, as long as you can dedicate 10 minutes a day every day to improving your English.  Why don’t you give it a try? It […]

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7 useful idioms for your IELTS Speaking Test.

Using idioms in IELTS Speaking Test is a good way to improve your test score. Using idioms not only shows how good your vocabulary is, but also makes your speech sound more naturally and fluently. Check out these seven common idioms that you should prepare for your test. 1.Over the moon – to be extremely […]

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Study Lists: Create your own lessons and practice your way!

You asked and we delivered! Now you can finally make your own study lists. Let us show you around. The Study Lists feature is exclusive to Android devices and coming soon to iOS devices. When you open the app, tap the Dictionary tab located in the lower navigation bar. After that, select Lists at the top of the screen. Once you’re […]

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