How to Write Formal Letters

Do you sometimes find it difficult to write a formal letter? As soon as you put pen to paper (figuratively. Who still uses pen and paper?), your mind goes blank and you can’t get past “To whom it may concern”.

We made this short video after being inspired by one of our readers who asked us to help him with this problem.

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How to Introduce English to Your Children: 5 Tips for Beginners

According to linguists, children are able to pick up as many languages as they are exposed to, especially at a young age (before the onset of puberty). The mind is a sponge, they say, and so children are able to listen, absorb and store the many nuances of language in their memory. This is why it is also important that grownups refrain  from using baby talk when speaking to their children. They should instead become role models for proper speech.

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