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How to Become a Better Writer

Writing is a skill that we consider to be just as important as speaking. People write emails, copy on websites, social media content, articles, resumes, reports, theses. The list goes on. These are all forms of content that we find in our daily lives. Good writing

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What to do when you forget a word or phrase

When we’re speaking English as a second language, it’s normal to sometimes forget the correct word or phrase to use.  This is a problem that many of our students face, and we understand how frustrating it can be. It’s not like when you’re writing — you can quickly look

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Phrases for Responding to Difficult Questions

Have you ever found yourself confronted with a difficult question? Maybe you need time to answer the question, or maybe you don’t know the answer! What if you know the answer, but you don’t want to answer? Now that can be tough, especially when you’re

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