Effortless English Blog & Video Podcast by A.J. Hoge

Video and blog posts teaching everything you need to know about learning English.

Effortless English Blog & Video Podcast by A.J. Hoge

Video and blog posts teaching everything you need to know about learning English.

Milk

Here’s a short video I recently made where I talk about the movie “Milk”:

How To Learn Like A Child

Learn English like a child- that is my best advice.  Children are the best and most natural language learners.  If they are given the right conditions, they learn languages effortlessly.   They naturally develop excellent pronunciation, excellent grammar, and excellent fluency. When developing any skill, my philosophy is always the same– study the best.   As… Read more »

How To Learn Beginning English

As most of you know, Effortless English is designed for intermediate and advanced level English learners.  Our lesson are NOT for total beginners. However, I often get emails asking me for beginner lessons.  Many of our members have friends who are beginners.  Many also have older children who are just starting to learn English.   How… Read more »

Learning Keeps You Competitive

The economic situation in the world right now is very scary.   People are losing their jobs.  Companies are struggling.  Fear and worry are running rampant. So what can we do?  How can we protect our careers?  How can we ensure that we continue to protect ourselves and our families financially? In my opinion, learning is… Read more »

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Bulgaria

Just a quick note to say many thanks to my dear coach AJ Hoge. Effortless English system helped me to became a confident English speaker and this created for me… Read more »

Dilyana

Vietnam

I started learning English when I was 9. At schools I had a lots of English tests and all of them were grammar tests. Our teachers had always told us:… Read more »

Quynh

Italy

I studied at a school in my Country where most of the time I was forced to speak Italian and the rest of the time to do boring written exercises… Read more »

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