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Can you teach Business English when you’re not a specialist?
Teaching business professionals can be a scary experience, especially for new teachers. They are busy people and expect to see results ...
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SOUND MORE NATIVE: DON'T USE "MOREOVER"
Many grammar books will list "Discourse Markers" without truly stating their exact usage especially regarding style and formality....
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English and your passions
Everyone is into some area of interest whether it's singing, music, film-making, fitness, healthy food, etc. And if you also learn a lan...
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FINDING YOUR WAY: DIRECTIONS
Excuse me, please… • I’m looking for… • Can you tell me where … is, please? • Do you know where … is, please? II’m lost/I’ve lost my way/I h...
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SOUND MORE LIKE A NATIVE USING THESE WORDS
✅ PECKISH (inf: a little bit hungry) - There was no food in the fridge and I was feeling a bit peckish so I ate the cat. ✅ FAMISHED (inf: ve...
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3 English Idioms with Common Prepositions
✔ Up in the air If someone tells you that things are up in the air, it means that these things are uncertain or unsure. Definite plans have ...
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How to say you have TOO MUCH WORK TO DO?
▶ to be snowed under (Sorry, can't get drunk tonight. I am snowed under at the office) = very busy  ▶ to be tied up (Sorry, I can't ...
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Adverbs of Time
Adverbs of Time  What are adverbs of time? Adverbs of time tell us at what time (when) or for how long (duration) something happens or is th...
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Set Phrases & Collocations
Set Phrases/Collocations are a great way to concentrate your mind's memory capabilities on small points and thus go step by step improvi...
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