About

This site is written by Pearson Brown . For any queries contact

pearson@stroppycat.com

Pearson Brown is an experienced teacher and writer. He started writing exercises online in 1998 and quickly became an acknowledged leader in teaching English on the Internet.

46 Responses to About

  1. brijesh says:

    what do you mean by “scaled back”?

  2. Kaan Taşkın says:

    I had a chance to develop my English. Thanks for your support Mr. Pearson

  3. Petek SAHIN says:

    I`ve been receiving your english lessons for a long time.I can`t thank you enough.By the way I`d like to join you facebook address if you send me a invitation or share you address.

  4. aloja says:

    thanks so much for your help , it’s really great and develop my skills well..

  5. LOkesh.V says:

    How to use can, could and would in English

  6. rose says:

    i want to spaeck english

  7. Ms. Anoud says:

    Dear friends,

    How can I speak English by fluently? Please advice and help me to improve myself?

    Thank you,
    Anoud

  8. Mann says:

    Thanks a lot Pearson for setting up this site and making all this material available for free. It sure is helpful!
    Wishing you and Caroline great success.

  9. Tony Pig says:

    Dear Pearson,
    It´s amazing to have a chance to surf on a site so interesting like yours. Hope you carry on giving a chance to many people to learn English. Cheerssss!!!

  10. Tania says:

    I need information about countable and uncountable nouns.Quantifiers – a lot of/a little/much/many

  11. camila says:

    i need exercises about reported speech and passive …colud you give me some of these??pleace send me to my email

  12. I.H. says:

    Dear Pearsons,

    I just want you both know how much I appreciate the lessons I have been receiving all this time.

    Lessons on phrasal verbs for example are greatly helpful in improving my understanding informal/conversational english.

    I wish you well. Thanks so much.

  13. jasmin says:

    These are great exercises. Thank you for that.
    I have a question. I dont understand the difference between “to talk down” and “to talk down to”.
    If you can explain it, I will be happy.

  14. Ms. Anoud says:

    Dear sir,

    Can you give the exercise about using Passive Voice ?

    Thanks for helping,
    Anoud

  15. Mouhamadou says:

    A huge thank to you Mr Pearson…It helps a lot, I want to know how to do in order to do not lost your background in english ,if you’re not leaving in a country where english is not the official language and don’t have the opportunity to practice. Thank you in advance

  16. Ana A. says:

    Dear Sir:
    I am very grateful for their help with English classes,
    I hope you go well.

  17. Thank you for your cooperations
    best regards

  18. nimal says:

    thank a lot for the best lesson

  19. Joe says:

    Let me thank you again for your practical exercises.

    Best regards

  20. Helen says:

    Dear Pearson,

    where should we use would have been and would have?

    Any example with clarification would be helpful!!!

    Thanks

  21. Phan Huong says:

    Dear Peason and Caroline,
    I used to receive your English lessons from the beginning of this year up to June, 16th. Honestly, I’m deeply attached to you and your lessons make me interested in English. No word can express my deep gratitude to you.
    By the way, I still want your lessons, so that I sent you an email to bonusloyal@aweber.com 1 month ago, but up to now I haven’t received your confirmation letter. Could you check up your email and add me to your “loyal” list, please?
    Thank you very much!

  22. deva says:

    what is the meaning of Had to, Have to be and the usage of Verb Get in English

  23. E.J says:

    I always thank you for teaching me English.
    whenever I get your email, I write down the English phrasals you teach in my note and study. :)

  24. Deepa Dhere says:

    Dear Mr.P. Brown and Ms.Caroline,

    I think this is what ‘Teaching’ is all about. When you know something and then you help so many people to learn a language, grammatically correct, which is so noble and a generous thought.

    Tons of Thanks,
    Deepa.

  25. farnaz says:

    Hi , I just recieved your email ,with the useful book which you send me , thank o lot and be happy GOD BLESS YOU

  26. Chris says:

    Can you help me with something.
    Why do we say in English can you call me, But we say can you explain TO me, or can you describe TO me. Why not say call TO me.

    Thanks,

    Chris

  27. T.venkatesh says:

    very useful. i ill be learn very quickly. thaks again.

  28. muhmmadi says:

    i hope we learn it! thanks miss.Pearson

  29. yeng says:

    So thank you a lot of you lesson very helpfull for me to improve my english skill however
    i hope you will to luck in the future

  30. Jane says:

    I want to practice English too. How can I speak fluently.

    • admin says:

      You need to take some conversation classes. Some people offer this by Skype from about twenty dollars an hour.

  31. saniakhan says:

    hallo please help me how can use this site plz plz

  32. alex setenta says:

    Hi Mr. Brown, thank you very much with your very useful free lesson. it will help myself to improve english speaking & i want to speak english fluently.

  33. Mubarak says:

    I want to receive business terms everyday into my e-mail.

  34. ashwin says:

    please email me daily free businee english lesson

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