Next Step English Helps people

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Are you an intermediate or advanced English learner? Are you a word nerd? This is your tribe. Join our email family to get free lessons that will help you take your English vocabulary to the next level. You will learn the words that native speakers don’t expect you to know, and more importantly…you will grow the vocabulary you need to express your true personality in English.

I will be sending you occasional marketing emails, but I will never spam you or share your information with anyone, ever. And if you don’t like the lessons, it’s easy to unsubscribe.

What we do

Learning English is a huge topic, but my focus with Next Step English is simple:
To help you navigate the weird and wonderful world of English vocabulary.
I want you to know—and use—the words that native speakers don’t expect you to know, I want you to learn how to be your true self in English, and I want you to experience joy in your learning journey.

Free Email Lessons

Each email lesson comes with an anecdote featuring heaps of native-level English vocabulary, a verb card showing you example sentences in all 12 tenses, bonus idioms, and a quiz on the previous week’s words of the day. Make these lessons part of your routine, and your vocabulary will skyrocket, I promise you.

Membership Academy

Coming soon!
Join the waitlist so you don’t miss out on updates, exclusive discounts, and more. I hope to see you there when I open the doors!

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Blog

Not sure if you’re ready to commit to email lessons or a membership community? I get it. There are a lot of snake oil salesmen on the internet, and if you’re not yet ready to get another email in your inbox, I respect that. But that’s no reason not to learn! Check out the Free Resources tab for dictations, words of the day, English tips, idioms and phrasal verbs galore, and much more. Enjoy!

Twitter

If you want to make learning English a habit in your daily life, social media is a great place to start. Follow me (and lots of other English teachers!) on Twitter to get vocab boosts, quick quizzes, and more throughout your day. If you want to think in English, you’ve got to keep English at the front of your mind. This is a fun way to do that.

Pinterest

Are you looking for a way to organize and save the English materials you learn? I can’t recommend Pinterest enough. It’s my favorite social media platform for language learning, and if you try it out, I’m sure you’ll love it, too. You can organize your content however you like, and revisit your boards often throughout the week. You can click here to follow me on Pinterest.

YouTube

I haven’t put much on YouTube yet, but I hope to soon! (I’m just incredibly shy on camera…eek!) In the meantime, I’ve got a handful of videos. If you like learning English with videos, check out my channel. Subscribe while you’re there so I know you’re interested.

join over 51k
English learners

Between our email family and social media, nearly 52,000 people are learning English with Next Step English! Here’s what some of them are saying.

“Since becoming part of the Next Step English family, I’m proud of always having an ace up my sleeve. There’s always a word or expression I’ve learnt with NSE that makes me feel more fluent and just more natural when speaking.”

Sara

from Spain

“I’ve learnt many new words with Next Step English, and I think that broke the barrier to writing in English. I was surprised by the friendly style of the lessons and style of writing. These lessons aren’t like normal study lessons. They’re very useful, and you can learn something without stress. It’s a great time with English!

Gosia

from Poland

“When I discovered that I could hone my vocabulary in a different, funny way with a personalized email once a week, I didn’t hesitate to sign up. I’ve learnt in just two weeks more than in the whole year. These email lessons are going to help me a lot in order to improve the vocabulary I need for the C1 exam.”

Zurine

from Spain

“I wish I had known about Next Step English sooner. Since joining Next Step English, I have been able to be more expressive in my speech and academic presentations at my workplace. I’m able to enjoy reading long articles and short novels, too.”

Lawal

from Nigeria

Join Us!

Hi, I’m Jennifer

Thank you so much for popping in! I’m Jennifer, and I’m your teacher here at Next Step English. When I’m not nerding out on words, I like hiking, watching BBC murder mysteries, and eating indecent amounts of spaghetti. I live in Arlington, Virginia with my hunky husband, Adrián, and our fat little bulldog, Sancho Panza.

 

Like you, I’m a language learner. I’ve studied French and Ancient Greek in the past, and right now, I’m learning Spanish. So, I know exactly what you’re going through with English, and I’ve got your back. I like to think of myself as your English Momma Bear. :o)

a few popular posts

Not sure where to get started with the blog? I hear ya. Here are a few popular posts.

what steppers are saying

I’m passionate about helping people learn English, but you don’t need to take my word for it. Find out what our email family is saying.

“The main difference between an intermediate and an advanced English learner is their range of vocabulary, and there is where NSE makes the difference. By the way, it is Jennifer’s fabulous sense of humor that surprised me the most.

Jordi

from Spain

“Next Step English has really helped me improve my level in English. I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn new vocabulary or verbs. I’ve started using the verbs and understanding more words in context. I’ve also gotten comfortable with the structure of maddening sentences.”

Selem

from Mauritania

Since joining Next Step English, I’ve treated learning English like something fun. I cherish the quizzes because I enjoy challenging myself using new technologies. Thanks to these weekly emails, I read at least one text in English each week, and as you surely know, only learning constantly works. I’m so thankful for Next Step English. Thanks a million!”

Anna

from Poland

I’ve been studying English all my life, and I feel like I’m stuck. With Next Step English, I feel like I’m learning more real English, vocabulary and idioms of real life…and completely useful. At school it isn’t like that. In my daily life, I don’t need English to work or with friends, but I really like to understand movies, series and songs, for example. The email lessons about everyday topics help me with this. All these things make me wait anxiously for Jennifer’s emails.”

Sara

from Spain

“I’ve had an exciting experience learning and improving my English with Next Step English. Learning new vocabulary can be tedious, but Next Step English makes it interesting, entertaining and stimulating. Since joining this email family, I’ve learned new vocabulary, new expressions, and how to use verbs in all tenses.”

Lisbeth

from Spain

“These lines aren’t enough to explain what being a member of the Next Step English family means to me. You’re not just a student, a subscriber or whatever. You’re part of the FAMILY and I promise that you’ll FEEL part of the family.

Onintze

from Spain

“I’ve followed other English teachers online, but I always found them to be superficial, not offering actual content you can improve with. What I love about Next Step English is that I can learn rich new vocabulary and expressions that allow me to express myself better and let my real personality shine!

Susana

from Portugal

“When I finally tried the Next Step English weekly email lessons, I was enthralled and decided to be a hardcore fan since that day. The lessons contain useful vocabulary, with magnificent examples that help me remember their meaning. That proximity of Jennifer’s in the email lessons makes the whole thing really special.

Javier

from Spain

“Since joining the Next Step English family, my vocabulary has grown enormously, I’ve lost the fear to write, and my listening skills have improved dramatically. Before joining, learning vocabulary was boring and tough. I love the quizzes, all the adventures about Jennifer’s week, and her sweetness. There are so many things that I like about Next Step English. You never before had more for less. You’ll see your English improve in no time.

Virginia

from Spain

“I’m teaching ESL and civics classes to adults in the U.S. and I’ve often relied on Next Step English to introduce new words to my English language learners. The ‘Verb Spotlight’ section is fantastic, including the free downloadable verb cards and idioms. Presenting the best, diverse and creative learning environment to my students is most important to me. Next Step English, thanks for helping me reach my goal!

Donna

from New Jersey (USA), Literacy Coordinator at Exploring English

get on the waitlist

for the membership

I’m so excited to be creating My English Quest for you guys! It’s going to be a membership academy with heaps of premium content, updated every single month, at an affordable monthly price! If you might be interested in joining My English Quest when it’s open, please go join the waitlist. This will help me know the level of interest in this idea. And don’t worry… Joining the waitlist doesn’t obligate you to buy once My English Quest is ready. It just helps me understand whether or not I’m making something that you guys actually want.

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