Having a list of prepositions handy is essential to effective English communications. There is no denying their importance to the English language. They bind sentences together and allow us to expand on ideas and information. Prepositions show relationships between words.
English is the international language of business, which means that many work environments require at least some knowledge of the language. If you’re a non-native speaker working with native English speakers, you may have no choice but to practice English at work every day. However, using English at work doesn’t have to be a pain.
Are you wondering how to describe yourself in an interview? At most job interviews, you will be asked (in one way or another) to tell the interviewer about yourself. If you find yourself getting nervous when this question pops up, don’t worry. While it’s not an easy question to answer, we have some tips and examples here, so you can start practicing how to respond to this question.
Do you have trouble correctly using ‘use to’ or ‘used to’ in speech or writing? That’s okay! I’m a native speaker and mess up on this grammar concept every now and then. So don’t feel bad if you mix this one up, it’s a common mistake.
Landing a job interview is no easy task, but it all starts with your resume. Whether you need to spruce up your old resume or start from scratch, you’ll need to focus on the correct word choice. Choosing the right resume buzzwords helps you look smart, professional, and unique. Alternatively, choosing the wrong words could have the opposite effect.
If you’re an intermediate (B2) English learner, you’ve probably encountered conditionals (you just read an example of one!). However, conditionals are an aspect of English grammar that can feel a little complicated and tedious. There are different types of conditionals, all of which serve an important purpose, so learning how and when to use conditionals takes time.
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The difference between further vs. farther is slight (small), but using each of them correctly will help you in your journey to speak English fluently. That said, even native English speakers mix these two words up all the time! Let’s take a look at the difference between further and farther to better understand how to use both.
In part two of our free English class series, Sports in America: Soccer , we will take a closer look at one of the greatest sports teams to represent the United States at the World Cup: The 2019 U.S. Women’s Soccer Team!
In part two of our free English class series Sports in America: Ice Hockey series, we will take a closer look at one of the greatest moments in America’s sports history: The Miracle on Ice!