Working in different countries when English is not your first language can be frustrating. In this blog, we share helpful lessons that were learnt on the ground by a non-native English speaker.
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You are busy. But, you still want to improve your English. So how do you make the most of the little time you have? Learn four steps to study effectively.
Business professionals need to explain complex ideas in simple, easy-to-understand ways. Learn these terms to help you communicate complex ideas quickly and smoothly.
First, let me say that learning the difference between “first” and “at first” is easy. At first, you may think it’s complicated, but after reading this blog, you’ll see just how easy it is.
If you don't know the difference between "I don't know" and "I don't mind", take a look at this blog. It will also teach you how to avoid blocking conversation flow.
An elevator pitch is a great way to introduce yourself and make a lasting impression on your listener. It opens the door for future communication and helps you sound memorable within a short period of time.
Learn 1 of the best ways to improve your speaking test scores! This tip will also help you communicate better in meetings and personal conversations in English. Read for more!
What happens if you make a mistake with bored and boring? Both words are adjective forms of the base form bore, but that’s where the similarity ends.
This blog explores a variety of verbs and adjectives for describing different types of pain. It also describes how to explain degrees of pain and tell someone where you are feeling pain in your body.
E-mail is an ever-changing form of communication. The rules you learnt a few years ago may already be outdated. Follow this guide to ensure you send the right message between the lines.
Learning a new language is hard, especially as an adult! Here are a few tips our teacher, Kris, shared that helped her while learning Italian.
We all have big passive vocabularies with words we recognize but can't use. To increase fluency, we don't need to learn a lot of new words—we just have to move the ones we already know into our active vocabulary. And you can do that without having to cram another thing into your already busy day.