5 Reasons Why You Should Walk The Camino De Santiago

There are innumerable reasons why you should walk the Camino de Santiago—not just five. However, here at Camino English we’ve decided that five reasons are a good enough place to start because ten is too many and three might be too few. These five reasons could be broken down further into smaller, more parts if….

5 Reasons Why You Should Walk The Camino De Santiago
How Many Ways Can You Say Hello In English?

How Many Ways Can You Say Hello In English?

Hello. Hi. What’s up? These are just three of the greetings used in English-speaking countries. In fact, there are many many more ways you can say ‘hey’ or ‘hello’ in English and some that are not grammatically correct, like ”how ya doin’?” Nonetheless, they’re still used and they’re used a lot, which is why it….

How To Handle Stress During COVID-19

Do you remember life before COVID-19? Did you spend a lot of your time chasing children or working until late then going to the gym? Did you spend your weekends cleaning and trying to recover from the week? Or visiting family and friends? When we went on lockdown, it was as if the world stopped…..

How To Handle Stress During COVID-19
A Thought On Airports While Preparing To Fly To Porto

A Thought On Airports While Preparing To Fly To Porto

I love to travel but I don’t like to arrive at airports early. I also hate to wake up early to catch a flight, train or ride somewhere. I’ve done it and I still do it because sometimes there are no other options. But I hate it. I prefer to arrive just before my flight….

7 Mistakes Native-English Speakers Make That You Should Avoid!

Native-English speakers make mistakes when speaking English too. Some native-English speakers make them all the time! And others don’t even know that they are making them. But why? Whereas some mistakes are understandable (since English has many uses that don’t follow the rule), other mistakes are just lazy or bad habits that have crept into….

7 Mistakes Native-English Speakers Make That You Should Avoid!
The Four-Step Camino English Guide to Small Talk

The Four-Step Camino English Guide to Small Talk

Small talk is talk that is small. It’s not meant to be intense, long or intimate. And for the most part, small talk is insignificant. It is the bla bla bla before you begin talking about the important stuff. It’s the warm-up to the proper, authentic conversation. That’s the good news. The bad news is….

Use The STAR Method To Tell Better Stories And Excel In Job Interviews

Remember STAR and forget your worries when telling stories. The STAR Method will not make you the best storyteller in the world and it certainly won’t help you write a bestselling novel. But it will give you structure when recounting and telling a story. This will be especially helpful if the story your telling is….

Use The STAR Method To Tell Better Stories And Excel In Job Interviews
6 Ways To Practice And Improve Your Business English

6 Ways To Practice And Improve Your Business English

Practice makes perfect. But if you don’t practice your English, it won’t improve. Imagine that your boss has offered you an opportunity to work at your company’s office in Germany. Or your company has opened an office in Ireland, and you have to work with their marketing department. You’re excited until you realise that you….

5 Reasons To Get Help With Your Written English Communication

Business today is global. And globally, English is the language of business.  Many companies operate in more than one country. Rather than translating corporate communications or holding meetings in different languages, many companies have begun to choose English as their primary language. For example, Honda (Japan) and Sodexo (France) are now English based – even….

5 Reasons To Get Help With Your Written English Communication
Test Your Understanding And Put Your English To Good Use With ‘One Amazing Day Of A Pilgrim’s Life’

Test Your Understanding And Put Your English To Good Use With ‘One Amazing Day Of A Pilgrim’s Life’

A pilgrim’s journey is to walk, walk, walk until they reach their destination. Except for the moments they are sleeping, eating, or sitting to enjoy the view, a pilgrim is on their feet. Each step takes them closer to Santiago de Compostela, closer to finishing their journey and one step closer to going home. But….