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July 8, 2021 Grammar

6 Useful Tools for Learning English

Hi there! Today I’d like to share with you a few helpful services and tools for learning English, which I tried myself (and still use some of them) – so I can safely recommend them. These tools will help you better speak, write and read in English, as well as find some pals for conversational […]

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May 7, 2021 Grammar

9 Best Grammar Apps For Android

It is a known fact that English has become a leading international language. There are a number of people who can speak English but very few can speak English with correct grammar. It is very common to spell a word wrongly and it is tolerable if you are speaking English daily or trying.  But when […]

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May 3, 2021 Grammar

How to Choose The Right Tense: Three Practical Tips

The guideline to master the three verb tenses with the three ultimate tips and a quick overview of tenses. Introduction The tenses have a very important place in learning English. A writer communicates with a reader with the effective use of the correct tense. But when you employ the tenses, you get confused with the […]

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April 30, 2021 Grammar

7 Best Websites To Improve Your English Grammar And Writing Skills

The English language is an international language with demands improved and developed grammatical and writing skills. Therefore, everyone wants to speak fluent English either a native or a non-native person.  If you think you can write English by neglecting the Grammar rules; let’s have a look at an example below. Let’s eat Sarah! It seems […]

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April 29, 2021 Grammar

100 Things You Can Do to Improve Your English

In today’s modern era, the whole world is reaching out to new limits. Either it’s of the revolutionary turnaround in the field of science and technology or international businesses growing worldwide. Everyone is looking for perfection in their respective fields. Job personnel with multitasking abilities are preferred over someone with just a basic one.  When […]

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April 19, 2021 Grammar

How to Improve Your Grammar?

Language tricks to improve grammar is not a difficult task as you think. Practice is the best technique to resolve grammar issues that you are already doing. Even you are a student, a teacher, or an engineer, you are writing more than you realize; in the form of emails, social media posts, and updating your […]

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February 26, 2021 Grammar

When to Use Choose And Chose?

In terms of words in English that are regularly confused, it’s difficult to find more obvious examples than the words ‘choose’ and ‘chose’. In fact, you could probably throw in the noun ‘choice’ into this confusing mix too.  These words are all part of the same word family, meaning they are related in meaning. The […]

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February 20, 2021 Grammar

What’s the Difference Between ‘Sympathy’ and ‘Empathy’?

There are some pairs of words that just seem to cause problems. It could be that they sound alike. It could be that they look alike. And it could be because their meanings are somewhat related. When it comes to the words ‘sympathy’ and ‘empathy’, all three of those things are probably true. And the […]

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January 18, 2021 Grammar

How Linguix Business Will Improve Corporate Communications in 2021

Make boosting the quality and effectiveness of your corporate communications your New Year’s resolution for 2021 and find the solutions you need with Linguix.  Linguix is an AI-powered writing assistant that enables you to produce quality error-free text that is suitable for your audience. But it can deliver more than that too. Here’s exactly how […]

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December 4, 2020 Grammar

Ten Ways to Quickly Improve Your English Vocabulary

When learning English, one of the most common complaints that speakers make is that they don’t have enough vocabulary. For many learners, reading doesn’t cause so many problems because they can recognize words when they see them, they just can’t recall the words at the right time when they want to speak. In fact, language […]

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