May 12, 2022 How-to

Why fact-checking matters: A Conversation with Jenna St John, B2B&SaaS editor

In the age of information overload, content must stand out for its value to the readers. You need to find the right angle and bring out the most trustful information you can. Jenna St John, B2B&SaaS Editor at Grizzle, knows for a fact that it’s a strategy for the win. We talked to Jenna about […]

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May 3, 2022 Inspiration

Linguix’s Updated CSR Policy: Free Premium for Students and Dyslexics

We’re here to share the excellent news!  We updated our CSR policy. The Linguix team is now focused on helping people who struggle with writing. We analyzed that writing is one of the most challenging skills for most students and, as a part of the solution, offered Linguix Premium to them. As such, any student […]

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April 29, 2022 Inspiration

How To Find Your Writing Voice: A Talk with Connor Flynn, freelance writer and content creator

Joan Didion said that we tell ourselves stories in order to live. That’s why storytelling has been the most powerful force of culture since the beginnings of time. Out today’s interview hero, Connor Flynn, a freelance writer and content creator, also believes that a simple story can impact and connect lots of people. We talked […]

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April 4, 2022 Inspiration

How To Create Compelling Content: Advice by Tasmin Lofhthouse, freelance copywriter and founder of Fika Digital

Love for creating content can find you anywhere. For Tasmin Lofthouse, founder of her own content marketing agency Fika Digital, this love story began while studying Psychology. Since then, she has become a freelance copywriter and uses her fascination with human minds to create powerful content for her clients.  For our interview we asked Tasmin […]

4 min read

March 14, 2022 How-to

6 Exercises to Improve Your Writing Skills

We all do some routine writing on a daily basis—whether it’s texting in messengers, work emails, or social media posts. There are also situations when we need to show our best as an author, such as composing a motivational letter, writing an essay, or completing a test assignment when applying for a new position. Today, […]

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March 1, 2022 Inspiration

7 Best Movies to Learn English

Learning English is much easier if the process is enjoyable. Compared to studying with a textbook, watching movies is way more engaging and entertaining. Nevertheless, it’s as useful as pleasurable, and here is why: You can learn words and collocations in a context. Memorizing words is crucial for enhancing your vocabulary, but without a real-life […]

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February 2, 2022 Inspiration

8 Exquisite English Words to Enrich Your Vocabulary

Aren’t you tired of using the simplest words that spring to your mind during a conversation? Unfortunately, you can’t use a thesaurus when you speak, but it’s your responsibility to enhance your vocabulary on a regular basis, learn stunning words and be able to use them.  You now have a great opportunity to memorize new […]

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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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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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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 […]

4 min read