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10/08/2016

50 BUSINESS ACRONYMS AND BUSINESS ABBREVIATIONS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Ever feel like your co-workers or friends are speaking to you in a different language? No, it’s not about having a meeting entirely in French. We’re […]
06/07/2016
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When to Use “Which” and “Who”

    Did you know that which has been around in various forms since the eighth century? Who dates to sometime before 900. Despite hundreds of […]
29/06/2016
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What’s the Difference Between Luggage and Baggage?

    Synonyms give language richness and texture. Words that are otherwise very close in meaning often have subtle differences. Much of English vocabulary originated from […]
11/05/2016
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Why grammar Mistakes In A Short Email Could Make Some People Judge You

I’m a cognitive psychologist who studies language comprehension. If I see an ad for a vacation rental that says “Your going to Hollywood!” it really bugs […]
13/04/2016
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Make your comparatives more correcter

How do native speakers form comparatives? Imagine you are an English learner trying to pick up on the pattern. You listen to a conversation between two […]
24/02/2016
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What Are Count and Noncount Nouns?

A man writes his grocery list—raisins, apples, eggs, popcorn. As he scribbles down the last item, a question pops into his mind: To make nouns plural, […]