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Join my 14-Day Speak Better English speaking challenge and learn 14 practical ways to speak better English today!

Are you an English learner who:

Wants to speak better English but doesn't know what kind of practice to do by yourself?

Wants to be more confident and sound more natural when participating in English conversations?

Wants to be more consistent with your daily English practice?

Wants an affordable way to improve your English speaking skills?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then my 14-Day Speak Better English speaking challenge is for YOU!

What is the 14-Day Speak Better English speaking challenge?

This 14-day speaking challenge is for intermediate learners who want to improve their English speaking skills, and it's based on my new freebie "14 Ways to Speak Better English Today." My freebie introduces 14 different ways to work on your speaking skills, from shadowing and reading aloud to learning conversation starters and learning English in context (If you haven't already joined my email list and downloaded my freebie, you can do that here.).


Sounds pretty straightforward, right? So why sign up for my challenge? Well, my challenge will go more in-depth on why these methods are effective for improving your spoken English and how you can add them into your daily routine. For example, one method that is often recommended to English learners for practicing their spoken English is to find a speaking partner. But do you know how to find a speaking partner or what you should and shouldn't do when asking someone to be your speaking partner? My 14-day speaking challenge will help you with that and more! 

So how does the 14-day speaking challenge work? You will watch a prerecorded video (no more than 5 minutes long) each day for 2 weeks, and after you've finished watching each video, you will be given a challenge to complete to help you practice your speaking skills on your own. The videos will be released one day at a time to encourage you to focus on completing each daily challenge.


By the end of the 14 days, you'll have learned 14 ways to practice your speaking skills on your own that can easily be added into your daily routine - just pick and choose your favorite methods to continue with! PLUS, I'm adding a 15th day, when 3 additional videos will be released featuring 3 ways to speak better English that aren't included in my freebie. This challenge begins with YOU, so when you're ready to commit to 2 weeks of speaking better English, then click on the button below!


"I’m really happy to be taking classes with Rachel she’s very kind and the way she explains it is excellent. Since I started classes I have improved a lot I no longer feel so afraid when I try to express myself in English."

"That's a teacher I recommend everyone, because of her professionalism, punctuality and unconditional support.
Thanks to Rachel I've overcome my fear to speak English. I'm very proud of myself."

"I highly recommend Rachel because she teaches clearly, and helps to understand phrases and sentences. Classes are conducted in a delightful way!"

"Rachel is great English tutor! She is absolutely patient. She always listen to me calmly and does her best to help me improve my conversational English skills.
I feel so lucky to have online classes with her.
I really appreciate all her efforts and highly recommend her."

Why work with me?

Who am I?

Hi, I'm Rachel! I'm an English teacher from the U.S. with 9 years of teaching experience. I help my students advance their conversational skills and become more confident speakers! 

I created the 14-day speaking challenge to help intermediate English speakers discover how to practice their conversational English skills on their own. The challenge teaches students practical ways of improving their speaking skills that can easily be added into their day-to-day lives. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

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  • What exactly do I have to do in order to participate?
    You will be asked to watch (or just listen to) one video every week for 6 weeks that we will talk about during our live discussions. While you're watching the video, I'd like you to write down one new vocabulary word or expression that you heard and share it with us during the live discussion. Before we meet, you will share an audio or video recording in our Telegram group answering a question I will give you based on the video. You will then attend the live discussion, where we will talk more about the video, and then after the discussion, you are welcome to share other thoughts you had about the video in our Telegram group.
  • When, where, and how long are the weekly live discussions?
    You have the option of joining a live discussion on Mondays at 11:00am EDT (3:00pm GMT), Mondays at 2:30pm EDT (6:30pm GMT), or Fridays at 9:00am EDT (1:00pm GMT). All live discussions will take place on Zoom (you will receive the link when you sign up) and will last 45 minutes.
  • What types of videos will we be watching and how long are they?
    We will be watching videos that cover current events and other topical content. The videos are all 10-20 minutes long.
  • When do I have to answer each week's question
    Please leave an audio or video recording answer the week's question in our Telegram group the day before we meet at the latest (so if you're in one of the Monday groups, you should share your answer by Sunday, and if you're in the Friday group, you should share by Thursday).
  • How many students are in live discussions and in the Telegram group?
    The live discussions will have a minimum of 3 students per group and a maximum of 7. The Telegram group is for all participants, so it will have a maximum of 21 students.
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