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Free eBook: What Does Ideal Email Look Like And Why Language Matters

Free eBook: What Does Ideal Email Look Like And Why Language Matters

According to statistics, 86% of professionals prefer to use email when communicating for business purposes. Research by Radicati Group found that the average office worker was receiving and sending 122 emails per day back in 2015. By the end of 2019, this number is projected to grow to 126 messages per day. An email is […]

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71 Common English Mistakes Made by ESL Students

71 Common English Mistakes Made by ESL Students

We’ve already posted some advice on dealing with confusing English phrases, rules, and words. However, there are so much of them in English that it is always a good idea to look back at possible errors.  Below is the list of 71 common errors made by ESL students along with the corrections.  1. Wrong: I […]

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Learning Tips: 22 Confusing English Phrases, Rules, And Words

Learning Tips: 22 Confusing English Phrases, Rules, And Words

English might be tricky in multiple ways. There are a lot of homophones, spelling, and writing puzzles, not to mention some punctuation rules.  Read our new blog post to know how to deal with these tricky elements and lift your language knowledge. 1. Then vs. than A top widespread mistake, which originates from the similarities […]

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15 Comma Rules You Should Know To Make Your Writing Better

15 Comma Rules You Should Know To Make Your Writing Better

Punctuation matters if you want to deliver a precise and crisp message. It may seem that there is nothing that hard in using commas; however, comma rules might be really tricky. We’ve set up a list of comma rules, and examples of embarrassing mistakes that will help you to enhance your writing style and avoid […]

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Then vs. Than: How to Decide Which Word to Use

Then vs. Than: How to Decide Which Word to Use

We’ve already covered some often misspelled word pairs like “who” and “whom,” but one of the trickiest puzzles is “then or than” dilemma. These words are homophones having identical pronunciation, but different sense. Both of them are often used to connect words in sentences, and it makes it even harder to decide which word to […]

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Sentence Correction: Five Tricky Grammar Mistakes To Avoid In Your Writing

Sentence Correction: Five Tricky Grammar Mistakes To Avoid In Your Writing

There are multiple online sentence correction tools nowadays, however, only you are responsible for the quality of your writing. To help you master your grammar and do not rely too much on sentence checkers and fixers, we’ve come up with a list of five tricky mistakes you should avoid. Mistake #1. Comma in front of […]

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23 of the Most Common Grammar Mistakes You Need to Stop Making in Your Writing

23 of the Most Common Grammar Mistakes You Need to Stop Making in Your Writing

Even the most educated people sometimes make grammar mistakes. Actually, there is a quite big list of such errors every one of us have made. We’ve come up with an ultimate list of 23 most frequent errors that you should stop making in your writing. 1. They’re vs. Their vs. There “Their” and “there” are […]

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There vs. Their vs. They’re: How to Determine Which Word to Use

There vs. Their vs. They’re: How to Determine Which Word to Use

Words having the same pronunciation but different meanings are homophones. These words are often confused. “There vs. Their vs. They’re” puzzle is one of the trickiest to solve. Let’s break it down, and finally, come up with a solution. Their “Their” is the possessive form of the pronoun they. Usually, it serves as an adjective […]

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12 Confusing English Words And How To Spell Them Right

12 Confusing English Words And How To Spell Them Right

The English language is full of confusing words that are both tricky to correctly pick up and even spell. Below are some of the most commonly misspelled words. 1. conscience (Wrong: conscence) First of all, remember that conscience is a noun denoting a person’s “inner feeling acting as a guide to rightness or wrongness of […]

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7 Common Mistakes With Prepositions Made By English Learners And How To Fix Them

7 Common Mistakes With Prepositions Made By English Learners And How To Fix Them

Prepositions are the words used to link things like people, objects, time and locations within a sentence. These are little words like at, for, in, on, and to, which, despite their size, can be very tricky to use. Today we will describe seven common mistakes with preposition many English learners make and give practical advice […]

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