Experts say, when you read or listen to English, you should understand at least 90%. English should feel easy. But why?
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Some English words seem simple, so students overlook them. Many students—even high-level students—have trouble talking about where they live.
Native speakers never say, “You'll enjoy nature,” or, “It has beautiful nature.”
Many English learners have trouble using the word “generation.” Does it mean what you think it means?
This post looks at simple inductive logic. We start with a specific example and work out a conclusion based on it.
This is a quick guide to deductive logic. Use it to score more highly in speaking tests and convince people of your opinion.
Here are practical tips to avoid the three most common mistakes in the GCAS.
Pronunciation is completely different from other language skills—pronunciation is a muscular skill.
The GCAS is a business English speaking test. We’ve gathered strategies and tips to help you succeed.
The GCAS tests your ability to speak English in business situations. If you are taking the test, tell your teacher. They will help you prepare.
The Peter principle is the business concept that workers rise to the level of their incompetence. But how can you solve it, and why does it matter?
Try to spot what is unnatural about the following statement, “The number of people on my team is 5."