Speak English with David
Learn to Speak English Like a Native English Speaker
…and become proficient in listening, reading and writing too!
Welcome to Speak English with David. My name is David Downer and I am an English Teacher. I live in the beautiful seaside town of Poole on the south coast of England…
I am a native English speaker with a standard southern English accent. Students tell me that my English accent is very easy to understand…
I have been teaching all my adult life. After many years as a sports and fitness teacher, I decided to re-train and become a teacher of English as a second language (ESL)…
Through my website, Blog and social media channels, my goal is to help you to speak English like a native English speaker. I can also help you to become proficient in listening, reading and writing too…
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My Latest FREE Lessons
'Look me in the eye' is a frequently used idiomatic expression in British English (and American English too). Definition: 'To talk to someone in an honest way that shows no doubts' (http://dictionary.cambridge.org). 'Look directly at someone without showing...read more
In this English lesson we look at things to do with Christmas. In particular; the Christmas tree, Christmas gifts, Christmas greetings and Father Christmas. • Christmas tree (real or artificial) • Christmas lights (turning on the lights) • Christmas tree decorations •...read more
Welcome to Speak English with David and today's English lesson. In this English lesson I am talking about the English expression 'the run up to Christmas'. If this lesson helps you to learn English please tell your friends. Also check out my social media channels via...read more
For today's English lesson I am at the beach. It's a cold and misty day and I am talking about the weather. English expressions and words I use in this English lesson include: - It's misty - It's murky (a bit murky) - It's hazy - It's foggy - It's a pea souper - I...read more