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The 7 Ultimate Tips You Need To Expand Your English Vocabulary

What is the best way to learn vocabulary? How can I remember new words? What can I do to expand my vocabulary?
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Take vs Get (includes examples and exercises)

When you’re at the office, do you take a message or do you get a message? It depends. They’re both correct but mean completely different things. The use of take and get is ...
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What’s the difference between FOR and TO? Finally explained!

Have you ever wondered whether you should use to or for? If that’s the case, then this article is for you. From the most beginner’s concepts to more advanced explanations and ...
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The Top 5 Struggles Expats Face - And How To Solve Them

Whilst social media glorifies expat life and shows the world that you are living the dream, all expats will know that as with everything, there are hard times, too. So from ...
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7 great idioms every language learner needs to know

One of my most motivated students is an advanced ESL student, and we work exclusively on idioms. She’s obsessed with idioms, so much so that now I’m obsessed with idioms. I ...
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Why learning this one English tense will make you sound like a pro

What is typically one of the first tenses taught in English classes but one of the last to be fully and correctly integrated into speaking and writing? It’s the often ...
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Wie Sie bei englischsprachigen Terminen glänzen - 6 einfache Tipps

Sie sind perfekt für das Meeting mit ihren englischsprachigen Kollegen oder Geschäftspartnern vorbereitet, haben alle Fakten im Kopf und sind Ihre Präsentation ein Dutzend mal im ...
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Performance Issue or Language Barrier? How to Know.

Recruiting or managing international talent is an important component of today’s global workforce. Large multinational corporations that have a strong base of employees and ...
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5 Simple Rules for Mastering the Difference between Exact and Exactly

I love it when there are similarities between the English language and the native language of the student I am teaching. This happens sometimes with my German-speaking ...
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