Today I’m going to share with you how I helped a friend write a better email.
For as long as I can remember, people have always asked me to help with their English.
The other day, I received a nice comment on Facebook from an old friend:
“Amnah, I still remember that you always used to help me with my assignments back in university. You corrected my English, and sometimes you even translated my sentences. Thanks. I still remember it till today.”
It was nice to read that, because I didn’t remember that particular incident! SO many friends have asked for my help, especially in their writing.
I’ve always loved writing. I used to write stories as a kid, and now I continue to write emails for you here at My English Matters.
And it’s something I will share more of in our online course, Communicate with Confidence (CWC), as a bonus! We can’t wait to have you join uswhen we open registration again in 2020.
Now, if you enjoy reading the emails I send, I’m going to share with you one VERY important tip to help you write better emails.
In this post, I’m going to share with you my own experience of feeling nervous when it comes to speaking.
I’ve just returned from a four-day trip to West Sumatera, Indonesia with my family. It was a wonderful trip–we enjoyed breathtaking views, learned about the Minangkabau history (my late grandmother migrated to Malaysia from Sumatera when she was a little girl), ate delicious Padang food and so much more.
So last week I wrote a post about my interview experience with a local news station!
Today I want to talk about the phrase “practise makes perfect”.
But before we begin today’s post, I want to give a shout-out to our awesome workshop students from last weekend! We had absolute fun teaching and watching how much each student was transformed by the end of the second day.
Now, back to our post!
Have you heard of the phrase “practise makes perfect”? If you haven’t, it’s what people say to encourage others to keep practising so that they get better at something.