How Reading Comprehension Strategies Can Help You At Your Workplace

Star students demonstrate excellent reading comprehension skills. Guess what? Star job applicants do, too. You don’t have to be born with great reading comprehension skills. It’s ...
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Do You Want To Build Your English Speaking Confidence? Use Idioms

We’ve all been there—at least anyone who has attempted to master a new language has. You are in a conversation with some English-speaking friends or co-workers, and you have this ...
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Learning Business English? +15 Top tips you need to know

(Updated: Sep 25, 2018) What is Business English and why do you need to learn it? How can you practice a new language on a busy schedule? And without a conversation partner? I ...
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What is Business English and Why Do You Need To Learn It?

You’ve likely heard the term “Business English” several times, and each time you’ve probably wondered, “What makes Business English so different from general, “regular” English?”
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Learn Business English: 10 Phrasal Verbs You’ll Likely Hear In The Workplace

If you love idioms, you’ll get a kick out of phrasal verbs. An idiom has a meaning you can’t figure out from the individual words. Knowing the words “hot” and “potato” won’t help ...
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Your Non-Native English Speakers May Be Your Best Negotiators

There’s an assumption that the biggest challenge with hiring a non-native English speaker is communication. Managers fear misunderstandings and missed cultural cues that could ...
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How To Practice English on a Busy Schedule

Life is about priorities. It doesn’t matter how busy your day is. You still manage to brush your teeth, go to work, and eat something. You may not spend a full three minutes ...
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How To Meet People in a New Country on a Tight Work Schedule

If you recently moved and you’re feeling lonely, it’s not just you. While the international life can be glamorous, lack of familiarity with social norms makes it difficult to find ...
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How to Express Yourself Confidently in Meetings When English is Not Your First Language

You are educated, experienced, and motivated, but English is not your first language and you work in an anglophone environment. Your writing and reading skills are great, but when ...
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6 Tricks The Best Public Speakers Use To Captivate Their Audience

Are you terrible at public speaking? Good news: You don’t have to be. Public speaking is a skill. Contrary to popular belief, a bad public speaker can improve. While it may take ...
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