English with Native Speakers
Native-like fluency is achievable for any dedicated learner with enough time and focused effort. Get there faster with help from the right person!
Promova offers training with native English teachers. Our lessons are active, fun, and involve a lot of speaking practice. In addition to exercises and explanations, you get to talk about topics you personally enjoy.
Working with a native speaker helps increase your confidence in English speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Their guidance can overcome any barriers you face during the learning process.
Improve your fluency to unlock new opportunities in your career and education!
Find the best Native English Teacher online
TEFL Certificate; ESL University of Regina, SK, Canada; 2 years teaching experience; In addition to work, I love to cook, read about science and swimming.
More than 4 years teaching experience; BA in General English and MA in British/American Civilization and Literature; In addition to work, I am a huge fan of movies, series, and books.
14 years teaching experience; Cambridge CELTA; Master of English Linguistics; In addition to work, I like spending time with my dog and birds and enjoy listening to awesome music at live events.
4 years teaching experience; 3 years mentoring and coaching experience; TEFL certified; In addition to work, I like listening to podcasts, baking everything sweet.
10 years teaching experience; I’ll help you to learn business English and boost your confidence in the corporate world; In addition to work, I am very fond of reading and inspired by all the novels I’ve read.
More than 3 years teaching experience; Cambridge CELTA certified; TESOL certified; In addition to work, I love baking, listening to music and travelling.
More than 9 years teaching experience; Cambridge CELTA certified; I’ll help you to take an IELTS or Cambridge tests; In addition to work, I am a huge fan of The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter.
More then 11 years teaching experience; TEFL certified; I’ll help you to gain confidence speaking English to business partners and improve your writing skills; In addition to work, I like listening to podcasts, baking everything sweet.
How does it work?
- Register on our platform and choose a subscription plan that fits your learning goals.
- Take an optional Cambridge Placement test to evaluate your current level.
- Pick a good time for your lessons and tell us about your interests.
- Test your English level
- Determine your study goal
- Identify your areas to work on
- Practice speaking based on the topics that you like
- Get tips on how to improve your English outside the class.
- Receive self-study materials tailored to your learning style.
- Book the next lesson with your tutor.
- Enjoy your English practice!
Why Do You Need a Native English Teacher
Improving your language skills with a native English tutor is not just about learning the rules. During classes, you can begin to deeply understand English, learn about cultural characteristics and folk traditions, and get acquainted with their mentality. Most importantly, you can learn to effortlessly think in English over time.
Classes with English natives teach you to understand spoken language and grasp different shades of nuance and expression. For example, how can you show that you’re upset or offended without taking it too far? How do you show joy, surprise, and satisfaction? A native speaker understands all these nuances and can help you improve.
Native speakers teach grammar through both dialogue and regular practice. That way, you can easily remember and apply rules in your daily life. If you enjoy clear instruction or want to learn things in a more structured manner, tell your teacher about it. They will gladly adjust to your learning style and help you improve.
When you learn English with native speakers, you learn a living language. A language actively spoken in their country of residence right now, with all its modern words, quirky phrases, abbreviations, and local manners. No outdated expressions, formal words, and tricky grammatical constructions that nobody uses.
What Our Learners Say
I decided to try remote lessons in English. The Promova platform is great for this format of classes. The lesson, well, is no different from the real lesson. Plus I don't have to go anywhere. I sit comfortably at home, and at a convenient time I study with native language tutors online. I have known English since school, but I’d like to improve my spoken English. I have chosen a native speaker on the platform. At first it was difficult, but my tutor is a very sociable, experienced teacher. Therefore, I have quickly joined such a pace and format of training.
It is important to find your teacher, and I found him on the Promova platform. It's interesting to talk to the carrier, but the price is not cheap either. If you need to have your mistakes corrected, then specify whether it offers an adjustment service. I didn't have such a service. But my tutor was not only a highly qualified teacher, but also a good person. Therefore, he corrected me without any problems and explained all my mistakes.
Hello. I like online training with Promova. I do it with a native speaker. My vocabulary and grammar are not bad, but the pronunciation is a problem. Well... I have had only a couple of lessons. But the good news is that I don't have to go through the whole city for courses. I like online.
I never thought that English would enter my life so tightly. After 30, I wanted to learn English and immediately gave a big load (training with a native speaker). There has never been so much English in my life. But I like it. I started thinking in English and now I want to speak it all the time.
Thank you very much Promova for the opportunity to study with a native speaker. To be honest, at first I was afraid to take such lessons. But now I have fun. The carrier explains everything in an accessible way, visualizes all the information. If I don't understand something, he repeats it several times. In general, English gives me only positive emotions.
What is a native English teacher?
Native speakers are people who have been speaking a language since childhood. People from the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, and many other places grow up with English. Some of them decide to become teachers and tutors, helping learners like you achieve native-like fluency.
They know the nuances of the language better just from the natural experience of living with it. Learning English with native speakers gives you a lot of advantages and a positive outlook on the culture. You get to practice speaking and get used to your tutor’s accent. You also master all the subtleties of colloquial vocabulary and grammar rules.
Where can I speak English with native speakers?
Some years ago, this was a big challenge - you had to go out of your way to meet native speakers. Nowadays, you can speak to English tutors online without leaving the comfort of your home. Suppose you learn to comfortably and competently communicate with someone from another culture over the web. In that case, you can thrive in any new environment.
At Promova, we also offer a conversation club, group lessons, and 1-1 tutoring. Our learning ecosystem can help you connect with language speakers, teachers, and fellow learners worldwide. Learn a living language and sharpen your skills with the support of our team!
What are the 7 native English-speaking countries?
There are 67 countries where English is an official language - you can hear it far and wide practically wherever you go.
Typically, when we talk about native English-speaking countries, we think about the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Ireland, and South Africa. But the list also includes many places such as the Philippines, Bahamas, Hong Kong, Malta, Dominica, the Bahamas, and many more.
Which country speaks the best English?
Firstly, almost 380 million people consider English their native language. There is no “best” English objectively because every country has its own local nuances - language evolves and changes over time.
For example, due to the culture, many people consider American English much easier to understand than its British counterpart. You’re simply more likely to see Hollywood movies and hear songs or news reports from American media. But that doesn’t make their particular version of English any better or worse than that spoken by the Brits, Australians, Irish, or other cultures - it’s all a question of preference and exposure.