LloydBishop

Hi, I’m Lloyd Bishop.  I’m a teacher and coach specializing in English as a Second Language (ESL).  New York University’s American Language Institute is my primary teaching site.  I also work with individual students and professionals.  I invite you to visit my website for more information about my writing & speaking support services:

BESTWORDCOACH.com

Please contact me if you are interested in onsite coaching/instruction (in New York City), and I’ll be happy to work with you in person.

In the meantime, enjoy your own adventures in independent learning!

~ Lloyd ~

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5 Responses to “About Lloyd”

  1. Larry Says:

    You have some great stuff on here Lloyd. I have learned a number of things already plus you have some good tools. I am an ESL teacher in Memphis. Thanks for your site.


    • Thanks for your supportive comment, Larry. Let me know if you’re looking for material on a particular topic — I may have something that I can either share immediately or develop into a blog post.

      ~ LLOYD

  2. Jackie Says:

    Hi, I’m English’s student. Some years ago, you gave a good tools about prepositions. I couldn’t find it. I want to have this information. Could you help me, please.
    The title is: Mastering Preposition Combinations
    Thank you

  3. Silvia Juarez Says:

    Hello Lloyd: My name is Silvia . I’m interested in taking classes to improve my pronunciation since American cannot understand me when I speak. Mi email is silchris1104@gmail.com or cellphone 917-362 9259. I’m looking forward to heard from you. Silvia


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