Your English Supplement (Yes) is primarily a magazine – a collection of footnoted articles for you to practise reading in English without reference to your native language. This is possible because extensive footnoting in English helps you to understand difficult expressions and unusual vocabulary. It’s a method we have tried and tested for 14 years and we know it works.
Language learning doesn’t have to be infantilizing or dull. We present a great diversity of stimulating articles written by adults for adults. There are no taboo topics, not because we necessarily court controversy but rather because we value debate. Discussion of provocative issues will mean you want to participate. Every month we have a grammar section which helps you to think about English in original ways, honing in on specific problems that cause Efl students difficulty.
Our audio files give you the possibility to practise your listening skills. Real native speakers talking at normal speed may seem an enormous challenge but our audio scripts (again, fully footnoted) will allow you to work on your listening at your own pace and triumph is perhaps the hardest part of learning English.
Revise and consolidate all aspects of the magazine and the audio files through the exercises that are an integrated part of the package. This gives you an opportunity to test which aspects of what you’ve learned have caused most difficulty, so you will know what to revise in the future.
The Collector’s Your English Supplement. For those ‘digital immigrants’ who still prefer to read on paper, we also offer every month a limited edition, top-quality paper version of Yes. Please note, the print run of this option will be strictly limited, so to guarantee your copy you should subscribe.Find out more
Our digital magazine allows you to practise English cheaply, efficiently and in an eco-friendly way. You download the magazine and the audio files to your computer so that you can use them whenever and as often as you want. There’s no need to fill your home with old magazines and you get the same information at a fraction of the cost.Find out more
The Yes Team
After 14 years working at Think in English magazine the entire editorial team decided to start a new project that was more customer-focused and better adapted to the new technological possibilities that have emerged in recent years.
The team has decades of experience both teaching English and producing educational material. The men and women who make up Yes’s staff come from all around the Anglosphere – the UK, the USA, Australia, Ireland, South Africa and New Zealand, so we offer a truly international perspective on your English needs. All our staff speak at least two languages, so we know what it takes to learn a second tongue.