Using different tenses can really help you to improve – you are going to sound more natural when speaking in English, and be able to describe more complex situations.
So, stop using just the present simple tense!
This episode shows you exactly how to do it!
Here is the sample text that I use in the audio:
I read engineering at Bristol University and I graduated in 2006. Upon graduation, I went to work for a local manufacturing company where I learnt a lot about production and product development.
After working at the company for 10 years, I decided to become undefended and, in 2018, I set up my own consulting company, helping small companies to get started with engineering projects.
The company has only been going for a few months now, but I am really enjoying it, and we are starting to see some great results.
Over the next few years, I plan to expand the business, move into new markets, and help technical entrepreneurs from overseas. I am also going to make a big effort to present at more conferences and to really advance my speaking career.
What about you? Do you use different tenses when speaking English?
Let me know in the comments section below.
I hope you find this episode useful and all the best!