The Phrase Mixer is awesome.
I hope you don't mind me bragging.
I've recently updated the Phrase Mixer, the tool that lets PhraseMix Premium subscribers review PhraseMix English lessons. If you've never used it, try out the limited Phrase Mixer sample version for free.
The Phrase Mixer is something I thought of many years...
Don't just learn. Overlearn.
If you're just reading each PhraseMix lesson, you're doing it wrong.
I used to teach at an English conversation school in Japan. The students were mostly Japanese housewives and businessmen who came in two or three times a week.
There was one student who had been coming to the school...
How to get your questions answered
Do you have a question? Here are a few suggestions for how to get an answer quickly:
If you have a technical question or a suggestion for some way to improve PhraseMix, you can send it to me from the Contact page.
If you have a question or comment about a specific lesson, post it on...
The 3 biggest improvements you can make to your English writing
I see a lot of emails and comments from English learners. Some of them are well-written, but others are filled with mistakes and hard to read.
There are so many different rules to follow and think about when you're writing in English. It might seem impossible to learn them all. But it's...
The "lean-back" language learning experience
The new Phrase Mixer review tool that I released last week represents an important new direction for PhraseMix Premium. It's the "lean-back" language learning experience.
"Lean-back experience" is a term that I learned at my day job at a large magazine publishing company. A few years ago,...