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How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

How to Proofread your English Blog Posts Online

July 18, 2017

Let’s talk about something no one likes doing, but is still a crucial part of writing an online blog post: Proofreading. While writing creative paragraphs,

How Error-Free Writing Can Boost your Business

July 18, 2017

In my first job out of university, I proofread executive correspondence, newsletters, and other marketing materials. I was often the third or fourth person to

Before You Hit Send: Grammar Mistakes to Watch for in Your Professional Emails

July 18, 2017

When you’re writing a business email, you are representing your company. Like wearing a suit to an interview, you want to make sure your email

Top Grammar Mistakes to Look For in Your Résumé

July 3, 2017

With hundreds or thousands of candidates applying for the most popular job postings, competition for American jobs is fierce. On average, employers spend only six

6 tips for applying to university as a non-native English speaker

June 29, 2017

Applying for university can be a little stressful.   You have to get lots of information in order. You will need to gather together any

7 tips for succeeding in university as a non-native English speaker

July 3, 2017

Let’s face it – university can get a little tough.   When the first day of school hits, you already feel a little stressed about

3 Fun Ways to Learn English on Your Own

June 27, 2017

by Lisa Rogers   From the moment we are born we begin to learn a language: our language. We begin with listening. We listen to

How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

3 Fun Ways to Learn English on Your Own

June 27, 2017

by Lisa Rogers   From the moment we are born we begin to learn a language: our language. We begin with listening. We listen to

How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

Before You Hit Send: Grammar Mistakes to Watch for in Your Professional Emails

July 18, 2017

When you’re writing a business email, you are representing your company. Like wearing a suit to an interview, you want to make sure your email

Top Grammar Mistakes to Look For in Your Résumé

July 3, 2017

With hundreds or thousands of candidates applying for the most popular job postings, competition for American jobs is fierce. On average, employers spend only six

How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

How to Proofread your English Blog Posts Online

July 18, 2017

Let’s talk about something no one likes doing, but is still a crucial part of writing an online blog post: Proofreading. While writing creative paragraphs,

How Error-Free Writing Can Boost your Business

July 18, 2017

In my first job out of university, I proofread executive correspondence, newsletters, and other marketing materials. I was often the third or fourth person to

How Error-Free Writing Can Boost your Business

July 18, 2017

In my first job out of university, I proofread executive correspondence, newsletters, and other marketing materials. I was often the third or fourth person to

Before You Hit Send: Grammar Mistakes to Watch for in Your Professional Emails

July 18, 2017

When you’re writing a business email, you are representing your company. Like wearing a suit to an interview, you want to make sure your email

Top Grammar Mistakes to Look For in Your Résumé

July 3, 2017

With hundreds or thousands of candidates applying for the most popular job postings, competition for American jobs is fierce. On average, employers spend only six