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November 8, 2019 Vocabulary

Overused Words to Replace in Your English Writing

Communication is great, but sometimes it gets just a little predictable. That’s because, despite the thousands upon thousands of words we could use to express ourselves, we keep on insisting on using the same ones. You may feel a little restricted with the words you can use because of the requirement for simple, plain and […]

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October 18, 2019 Writing

How to Become a Better Writer

Many people get easily frustrated with writing. One of the main reasons is that writing is actually undervalued and underappreciated as a learned skill – it’s not an ability we naturally possess. Therefore, it must be practiced to be improved. And as a learned skill, it certainly doesn’t come easily to everyone, and those who […]

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September 2, 2019 How-to

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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August 2, 2019 How-to

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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July 26, 2019 Grammar

Nine Natural English Idioms to Get You Speaking Like a Native

Becoming fluent in another language can be tricky, but there are certainly quickly-learnt aspects which can really help your development. Once such aspect is learning to throw in natural-sounding expressions, idioms, or phrasal verbs, when the time is right. In English, not only are these expressions beloved of native speakers, they add a colourful twist which […]

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July 16, 2019 Grammar

Free e-Book: What Does Ideal Email Look Like And Why Language Matters

According to statistics, 86% of professionals prefer to use email when communicating for business purposes. Research by Radicati Group found that the average office worker was receiving and sending 122 emails per day back in 2015. By the end of 2019, this number is projected to grow to 126 messages per day. An email is […]

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May 23, 2019 Grammar

15 Comma Rules You Should Know To Make Your Writing Better

Punctuation matters if you want to deliver a precise and crisp message. It may seem that there is nothing that hard in using commas; however, comma rules might be really tricky. We’ve set up a list of comma rules, and examples of embarrassing mistakes that will help you to enhance your writing style and avoid […]

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May 21, 2019 Grammar

Then vs. Than: How to Decide Which Word to Use

We’ve already covered some often misspelled word pairs like “who” and “whom,” but one of the trickiest puzzles is “then or than” dilemma. These words are homophones having identical pronunciation, but different sense. Both of them are often used to connect words in sentences, and it makes it even harder to decide which word to […]

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May 14, 2019 Grammar

23 of the Most Common Grammar Mistakes You Need to Stop Making in Your Writing

Even the most educated people sometimes make grammar mistakes. Actually, there is a quite big list of such errors every one of us have made. We’ve come up with an ultimate list of 23 most frequent errors that you should stop making in your writing. 1. They’re vs. Their vs. There “Their” and “there” are […]

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May 10, 2019 How-to

How To Write A Good Cover Letter: Seven Practical Tips

A cover letter or an application letter is an integral part of a job search process. Usually, employers require applicants to send their cover letters along with the resume or CV. The primary purpose of such texts is to filter the most relevant potential hires. If your cover letter is good, the hiring manager is […]

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