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Modern English from your favorite movies and TV shows

Today is the day to change your life for the better.

Power-up your English!

Learn English from American and British
What you will learn:
Modern words, phrases, and expressions from your favorite films
To construct grammatical phrases like those used by popular TV protagonists
Characteristics of and differences between American and British English
Learn and understand the root meaning of different aspects of cultural jokes and puns
The course is for students with

Intermediate, Upper Intermediate or Advanced levels
Course Format
30 days of useful new information
Lesson format
Interactive with text, video, audio and a quiz. Homework assigned after each lesson.
When you've done the topic, take a day off and then start the next one.
Practice on our platform
Using online practice like at American universities
14 video lessons
+ 4 webinars
With new vocabulary and tips on how to understand grammar and remember new words quickly
Assignment checking

Teachers check all the assignments in your account to make your learning experience more effective
For 6 months

You'll have access to all the materials of the course in your account + a new livestream once a month.
Example of the lesson
Know modern idioms and phrases widely used by native speakers
Understand films and TV shows without having to use a dictionary
Improve your listening comprehension of American and British speech
Know the characteristics and unique aspects of American and British media cultures
Understand British and American humor 
Understand some of the nuances of modern grammar
Improve your pronunciation
Correct your speech errors
Course program
Topic 1
Overview of American geography and regions (Emily in Paris)
  • learn about cultural peculiarities of different regions within the US;
  • learn about how Americans communicate and express emotions;
  • be able to introduce yourself in a professional setting at work.
Topic 2
Intonation and "to be" in Continuous (Emily in Paris)
  • learn about intonation and stress;
  • be able to use appropriate intonation for questions and statements;
  • be able to leverage intonation for public speaking.
Topic 3
New York lifestyle (Gossip Girl)
  • learn about New York lifestyle;
  • learn new phrases and expressions;
  • try your hand at writing reviews and opinion pieces.
Topic 4
Humor and puns Part 1 (How I met your mother)
  • be able to understand English humor and jokes;
  • learn more about cultural peculiarities of New York;
  • learn new expressions to describe relationships.
Topic 5
Humor and puns Part 2  (How I met your mother)
  • revise important grammar constructions;
  • learn about puns and dad jokes;
  • learn new phrases and idioms.
Topic 6
Useful fixed expressions (Soul)
  • learn at least 50 new fixed expressions;
  • revise grammar in the context of the movie;
  • get useful tips and tricks on how to learn English through movies in the most effective way while also having fun.
Topic 7
Overview of Californian culture and social scene Part 1 (Silicon Valley)
  • get an overview of the life and work in Silicon Valley;
  • learn business and tech vocabulary;
  • learn about startup culture.
Topic 8
Overview of Californian culture and social scene Part 2  (Silicon Valley)
  • dive into authentic American slang and culture of communication;
  • learn how to pronounce common business terms and jobs;
  • learn how to express your thoughts and opinions in English through in-depth speaking practice.
Topic 9
Everyday vocabulary (Charmed)
  • learn useful phrases for dealing with everyday household issues;
  • learn about cultural and historical peculiarities of California and San Francisco;
  • learn more expressions for dealing with common issues and problems.
Topic 10
American vs British expressions Part 1 (Peep Show)
  • understand the differences between American and British pronunciation;
  • learn about the differences between American and British TV shows;
  • learn modern British expressions.
Topic 11
American vs British expressions Part 2 (Peep Show)
  • learn about cultural peculiarities of the British;
  • learn about the different meanings that one and the same word can have in American and British English;
  • get a review of Peep Show from a real British native and, of course, more speaking practice.
Topic 12
Cultural differences between the US and the UK (The Holiday)
  • get a glimpse into how American and British culture of work and rest;
  • get an overview of 20 essential grammar constructions;
  • wrap up with a revision and a discussion of course topics.
Course Instructor
Anna Gandrabura
also known as ANNGLISH
- Has been teaching English for more than 13 years
- Spends several months a year in the US
- Speaks like a native
- Founder of English For IT school.

“My special talent is teaching modern English. I don't just give you the rules, I motivate you by presenting them in an accessible way and share the most effective methods for mastering vocabulary and grammar.

Want to use an idiom in every other sentence? I'll teach you how in this course! Welcome onboard!”
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$55 $60
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How often are the lessons scheduled to happen?
Lessons will take place once every two days.
What is the lesson duration?
On average 15-20 minutes, this is so that you are not bombarded with information, and so your time isn't wasted on heaps of information you can't digest! We want you to get the most use out of our lessons without having to spend a lot of valuable time. (Studies show that a person's attention span ranges from 5 minutes to about 20.)
How much time should I set aside for homework?
15-20 mins.
How long will the course materials be available to me?
Your access to the course materials will be for a lifetime! (So you can brush up on your idioms in 20 years' time!)
How do I gain access to my personal library?
You will receive access to your personal library via email as soon as you make a purchase. If you have taken an Annglish course in the past, the course will be added to your existing account.
Will the lessons be recorded?
Of course! Your personal library will contain lesson information and details, as well as notes, which you can access at any time. 
Will I be able to practice conversational English during the course?
Yes. In every course, there is room for you to practice your conversational English, in closed chat, telegram or on the platform.
Where do I find notes and answers from my mentor regarding my tasks?
Mentors will leave comments and corrections on your completed tasks which you will be able to locate in your private library.
What levels is this course meant for?
The course is recommended for students with Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate or Advanced levels.
My level of English is Pre-Intermediate, is this course for me?
This course is suitable for Pre-Intermediate levels. However, if your knowledge is on the lower end of the Pre-Intermediate level then we would recommend starting with the Vocabulary & Grammar course first.
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