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May 6, 2019 How-to

Writing Tips For Students: Types Of Essays And How To Make Them Perfect

Essay writing is a common task for students. It may be part of a language learning test or a requirement for a college application. Thus, it is crucial to master essay writing skills, which may not seem that easy. Happily, some basic principles and tips will allow you to create killer essays. Before we go […]

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May 2, 2019 How-to

How To Improve Written Communication: Practical Tips And Useful Tools

In the era of the Internet, we spend a large portion of our time communicating online. Most of such interactions come in writing. You have to deliver a clear message to achieve your goals, convey desires, and answer questions. However, for many people writing several sentences is a hard task. Today we will talk about […]

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April 16, 2019 Grammar

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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April 9, 2019 How-to

Five Simple Tips That Will Skyrocket Your Writing Style

Writing is not only about avoiding grammar or spelling errors. It is always about style. People can instantly tell when they are reading something wonderful versus poor styled piece. This is why you as an author should work on your writing style, and here are five simple tips that will help in lifting it fast. […]

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April 2, 2019 How-to

How to Avoid Redundant Expressions

In the English language, using two or more words with similar meaning is called redundancy. This means that you can safely keep only one word, and omit others in the phrase. Today we will understand how to spot redundancies and get rid of them. Here is how redundancy looks like: The former alumnus of Harvard […]

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March 26, 2019 Grammar

Who vs. Whom: How to Determine Which Word to Use

There are quite a lot of tough grammar topics in the English language, but the “Who vs. Whom” dilemma is one of the trickiest. We at Linguix.com thought it is an excellent time to break it down finally, and give you the bulletproof method of being always correct at this who/whom thing. Subject and object […]

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March 25, 2019 How-to

How to Write A Perfect English Text If You Are Not A Native: 3 Practical Tips

Writing is a challenge no matter what language it is attempted in, but when that language is not your mother tongue, the task can seem frightening. That fear only increases when you find yourself in the position of studying in a language that is not your own; producing formal, academic-style essays in an unfamiliar language […]

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March 18, 2019 Grammar

Learning English: How To Use The Present Perfect Tense Correctly

Of all the English language tenses, it is the present perfect which causes the most problems among learners. Although a present perfect tense does in fact exist in many other tongues, usage is typically not the same. As a result, the English language version of the present perfect tense can become a sense of frustration […]

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March 17, 2019 How-to

7 Chrome Extensions Every English Learner Need To Know

Google Chrome is the #1 web browser nowadays, and it could not only be used for online surfing but help in education. We’ve come up with a list of seven extremely useful Chrome extensions that will help you to enhance your English writing, spelling, listening skills, and extend vocabulary. Linguix.com Free online writing assistant, an […]

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March 11, 2019 Grammar

“How are you?” “How are you doing?” Two Common Greetings With Subtle Differences

When and how you should use common English greetings from the grammar standpoint. Simple guide for our readers. “Hello” English speakers greet each other ubiquitously with the expression “how are you?” In certain, informal situations this may be replaced with the less conservative “how are you doing?” In both cases, 99 times out of 100, […]

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