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How to Overcome Writer’s Block

Do you often get writer’s block? Picture this: You’re ready to get some writing done. It could be an important email, article, or the abstract for your thesis. So, with a steaming mug of coffee in your hands, you sit down in front of the

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How to use the Apostrophe

The correct use of punctuation is important to ensure that your written work is easy to understand and looks professional.​Punctuation marks, such as the apostrophe, full stop, comma, and brackets, are used in writing to separate sentences and to clarify meaning. You may not even notice these marks

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How to Improve Your Listening Skills

We recently got this question from one of our students: “How do I improve my listening skills?”, so I thought it would be great to do a live session to answer this question. In order to be a good communicator, it’s important to be a good

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How to Regain Your Confidence

If you’ve been following our updates, you may know that Madam Azimah, my sister and co-creator of My English Matters, lost her husband in March this year. Madam Azimah has continued teaching our students in our online programmes, but she took a break from hosting

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