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10 Tips for Writing a Great Resume

10 Tips for Writing a Great Resume

Penning a great resume is no easy task. However, with the right advice, and the right structure, you can produce a document that really helps you stand out from the crowd. Here are ten great tips for putting together a resume that has real positive impact. Start with the relevant details English language resumes tend […]

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How to Apologize in English

How to Apologize in English

What is language? It’s how we communicate, right? It is, but language is also an extension of our culture – perhaps the most obvious example we have of it, other than perhaps our food. What that means is that, when we learn another language, we are learning another culture – we cannot do one without […]

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How To Word A Request for Help

How To Word A Request for Help

Did you know that one in five adults in the United States suffer from some form of mental struggle every single year? That can range from feelings of severe depression to mild anxiety, but it is an incredible number, and if you are one of those 20%, then you can see that you are far […]

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How to Use Transition Words

How to Use Transition Words

Transition words. You know, conjunctions? Connectors? Linkers! Whatever you call them, these words are integral to the English language. Otherwise, every story ever told would read something like this. ‘Yesterday I went skiing. It was cold. I wore a warm ski suit. I went to the top of the mountain. I fell over. I broke […]

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How to Write Shorter Emails That Are Still Polite

How to Write Shorter Emails That Are Still Polite

English presents a bit of a problem when it comes to writing shorter emails. Or being brief in general. Here’s a case in point: “Send me the report by 5pm.” Now, the problem with this sentence is that, by anyone’s standards in English, it’s impolite, if not plain rude. No ‘please’, no indirect way of […]

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How to Become a Better Writer Through Improved Grammar

How to Become a Better Writer Through Improved Grammar

Grammar is not everyone’s cup of tea, and it’s also quite polarizing. While some may get apoplectic with rage to see a misplaced comma, others will just shrug their shoulders and not see what all the fuss is about. There are others still who are nervous about grammar: they fear that their grammar is inadequate, […]

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5 Practical Steps to Speaking English Like a Native

5 Practical Steps to Speaking English Like a Native

It’s not necessary to speak English like a native speaker: these days 80% of conversations in English take place between non-natives (think a business meeting in Beijing between Chinese and German companies, for example). That said, it may be your desire to speak English at this level. Why not shoot for the stars? Although not […]

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Learning English: 8 Great Ways To Say No Politely

Learning English: 8 Great Ways To Say No Politely

Let’s face it—saying no politely isn’t always easy. On the job or in our personal lives, we are frequently faced with those difficult, awkward moments when we want to say no, yet we know that if it is not said graciously, we may suffer unwelcome consequences. How do you refuse your boss when he wants […]

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How-to: 7 English Expressions To Successfully Get You Through Salary Negotiations

How-to: 7 English Expressions To Successfully Get You Through Salary Negotiations

Most people don’t relish a salary negotiation. There are, of course, those few who get a thrill out of it, and love nothing more than a game of brinkmanship akin to a high-stakes game of poker that can see their career on the line, but the reality is most of us find no fun in […]

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Why Language Is Key Success Element In Candidate Sourcing

Why Language Is Key Success Element In Candidate Sourcing

Candidate sourcing is crucial for todays business. According to statistics, around 70% of the global workforce is made up of passive talent who aren’t actively seeking for a job. This means that candidate sourcing is becoming more and more crucial for businesses. And one of the most effective sourcing instrument is text.  The reality is […]

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