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Hello friends,
If you feel like you are not very confident when it comes to speaking English, OR you are worried about making too many mistakes when using English at work – you’re going to LOVE these video lessons.
It only takes a few minutes a day to start seeing improvements.
Learn how to be more confident in English and discover learning techniques that make it easy.
Go to the Learn With Us section to learn more about our on-line lessons.

Why should you follow Learning English Matters?

We can help you improve your English anytime, anywhere because Learning English Matters follows you on the go. You can correct top grammar mistakes, stretch your vocabulary, discover Business English idioms, improve your pronunciation and so much more.
Best of all, the video lessons are hosted by Cristina Faita who makes language learning simple and easy for all levels of English.

Who is behind Learning English Matters?

Learning English Matters is a blog managed, updated, and edited by Cristina Faita and her network EASI ENGLISH. Crissy's Network creates an unforgettable language learning experience to improve your confidence in communication for everyday life and the global workplace. Learning English Matters is the sentence that best describes why we do what we do every day. Learn more...

Who is Cristina Faita?

Crissy Faita is a Canadian-born language & business coach. She has been training professonals for over 20 years and dedicates her time supporting corporate training departments and managers on the move. Her unstoppable curiosity has permitted us to develop training courses like Fast-Track English and English to Lead that have made a real difference for her clients when communicating with global stakeholders. She believes that mastering specific areas of the language is fundamental to communicating with confidence.
On a personal note, Crissy is an English Junkie, Natural Coach, Mom of two, Proud Quebecoise, McGill Grad, Diversity Advocate, Business-Hearted and a Curious Cat.

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  1. charmaineyip says:

    Glad you found me and liked one of my posts! I’m working in small town Alma in Quebec, but am from Toronto and I’m looking forward to your posts in English teaching! 🙂

  2. Crissy says:

    it was great to see Alma Quebec on your blog. I hope the posts are useful for your learners and your classroom. The girls in our network are using their devices in class to share the audio files through LEM mobile. what are your learners like? What’s the average level of English in Alma?

  3. charmaineyip says:

    It really depends. It’s a small city with only about 30,000 people. I teach at an artsy school and there are highly advanced students as well as others who have a lower interest in English and are weaker. I would love to learn more about LEM – I’m still experimenting and learning also!

  4. Crissy says:

    I just sent you an email so we can hook up;-)

  5. rarddat says:

    i am from Italy hello. Can you help me translate? /rardor

  6. Roy says:

    I surprised, because Christina faita is giving very good way the English language method. I read LEM English methods. Very Good

  7. MixKence says:

    hi guys :). I am looking for help for me and my girl. i am from France

  8. MixKence says:

    Thank you very much for the invitation :). Best wishes.
    PS: How are you? I am from France 🙂

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