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Want To Get A Promotion? Choose The Right Words!

Congratulations! You are part of an international company. How exciting! It’s going to be an easy and smooth journey for you, right? Nope! Being part of an international ...
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What Do You Actually Get From Good Diversity Management?

Although your company risks falling in the pitfalls mentioned on this post, good management of language and cultural diversity can result in great success for your workplace. ...
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Are You Suffering The Top 5 Challenges Of Language And Cultural Diversity?

Diversity in the workplace is probably one of the top HR trending topics of the year. But, as part of HR in your organization, how much do you really care about it on your ...
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Big VS Large - Are They The Same? (Includes Exercises!)

Are big and large the same? The answer is - more or less, and only sometimes. I know, I know, that didn’t solve much. But in this post, we will look at how ‘big’ and ‘large’ ...
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Product Update June 2019

We made it happen! :-) We now have self-paced learning options to keep improving our learners’ English outside of our Talaera 1:1 sessions!!
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The 10 Proven Tactics You Need To Make Your Boss Say Yes

You have awesome ideas. Your proposals would have a great impact on your company, but when you present them to your manager, you get a #404 error - basically, your request was ...
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Useful Answers to Business English Top Questions - Expert Advice

Each learner is a unique individual with very specific needs and skills. However, we have observed that some concerns related to learning Business English are more common than ...
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How To Learn The Difference Between 'Really' And 'Very'?

“What is the difference between really and very?” “Can I use really and very anytime I want?” “How can I remember when to use each?”
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7 Excellent Tips For Giving Bad News In A Good Way

What would you like to hear first? The good news or the bad news? It’s a classic cliché expression frequently used in the English conversation that briefly distracts from ...
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