Grammar tips

May 10, 2022 Grammar

10 Mistakes When Crafting a LinkedIn Intro Message

When you’re seeking to expand your network on LinkedIn, there’s a temptation to submit connection requests “as is” in order to save time and effort. However, writing a personalized intro note can be of great help: according to LinkedIn’s stats, it increases the response rate by 30%! Moreover, a customized message can help you make […]

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April 27, 2022 Grammar

Why Students Struggle with Writing and Ways to Help Them

Proper grammar, punctuation, spelling and extensive vocabulary are all crucial components of writing.  Unfortunately, the grim statistics show that most high school students lack the proficiency in writing necessary to successfully complete a college-level English composition class. As a result, poor writing skills affect students’ performance and grades as well as lower chances to succeed […]

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March 30, 2022 Grammar

Mastering Adjective Order in English

Unlike languages with more loose word order, English is rather demanding on how several adjectives should be placed within a sentence. Even though putting adjectives in the wrong order probably won’t get you into much trouble, it’s still a matter of language proficiency, which can be crucial when taking exams or applying for a job […]

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January 14, 2022 Grammar

7 Myths About the English Language

At some point, you may believe that learning English isn’t for you and you won’t be able to master it. This mindset leads to loss of interest which in turn diminishes your abilities.  You’ll definitely encounter difficulties on your way to fluency in English, but it doesn’t mean you can’t learn it. Just look at […]

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January 12, 2022 Grammar

What is the Oxford Comma and When You Need It

The Oxford Dictionary defines the Oxford comma as “a comma used after the penultimate item in a list of three or more items, before ‘and’ or ‘or’.” Simply put, it’s the comma placed before the conjunction at the end of a list of things. For instance: I’d like to meet my colleagues, Kristen, and James. […]

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December 31, 2021 Grammar

5 Original Ways to Greet Xmas and Happy New Year

Each year, we all do this. Send generic Happy Holidays greetings because we’re either too busy or too tired to come up with something really touching or fresh. And who cares, anyway. Well, what’s the point in this ritual then if it’s lacking its very core—sincere wishes? Why not turn it into something meaningful? But […]

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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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