I've realized so many other women feel the same I do and have the same worries. I used to think people couldn't understand my pronunciation, but now I know I can have conversations with people easily.
I speak English, German, and Turkish. My language adventures are sometimes very stressful. I have met a lot of amazing women and we have real conversations online. Before The English Sisterhood, I felt stuck a lot of times. Today, I have a lot of confidence and encouragement.
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Practical Advice for
Women Speaking English
Well, hello there
I'm Sarah, founder of The English Sisterhood
With years of experience teaching English conversation, and having spent time as a solo traveler, I've met amazing, inspiring women around the world.
English is a wonderful resource to communicate with people from other countries. But learning the vocabulary and grammar is just the start.
An understanding and appreciation of cross-cultural communication skills is vital to having authentic English conversations.
Now, my focus is helping women find their voice in English, stop letting native speakers dominate the conversation, and have the confidence to say what they really think.
The Inner Circle
Exclusive virtual events designed to use English naturally, with no stress
Weekly group discussions with optional feedback to improve your English and communication skills
Connect with women, just like you, who crave interaction and absolutely love learning about the word
You’ll forget about any language barriers because you are eager to know what other women think, and of course, you want to share your experience with them.
Since I’ve met so many different women the biggest relief was discovering they have the same worries. The fact the everyone wanted to improve and you could see them improving from day 1.
We are all strong women who like to share. We like to talk. We like to improve, and we are here to improve ourselves, not just in the English language. We are here to improve ourselves as women too.
The Inner Circle
The Inner Circle started as an English course and blossomed into something more.
2020 was the year the world changed.
We gathered every week online to practice English from our living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens.
Struggling with lock downs, health concerns, loneliness, and major life stress, we realized that even though we have diverse cultures, jobs, languages and life experiences,
there is so much more that connects us than divides us.
We shared about our lives, laughed together, (okay, and cried a little), and learned about other cultures. And we did all of it in English.
We discovered The Inner Circle wasn't actually about learning English, it was about giving women a place to talk freely.
Without judgement, without social hierarchy.