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Why the UK is the Best Place to Improve Your English

There’s no shortage of ways to learn a new language today. Apps, audio CDs, school – some people even cultivate international friends and jump on weekly Zoom calls for the sole purpose of learning a new language. 

Yet despite the choice people have and the convenience of digital...

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Working Students and Occupational Stress

Occupational stress is the reason why one-fifth of company employees do not want to go to work. The source of stress can be anything: a demanding client, a marriage at work, a frantic pace of task changes, anger management, you trying to combine work and study and so on. The employee becomes...

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9 Safety Tips for Nurses

With so many occupational hazards in nursing, you must be well-prepared to safeguard your well-being as a nurse. This calls for awareness of the dangers in your work environment and strict adherence to the industry’s safety policies at all times. This article outlines nine safety tips for...

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How Reading Prepares Children for Success in Life

According to the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, about 32 million adults in the United States cannot read. In fact, 50% of U.S. adults cannot read an eighth-grade level book. 36 million US adults lack the basic literacy skills needed to sustain...

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Two, Too, To – Common Mistakes in English as a Second Language (ESL)

Two, too, and to are rhyming English words that have different meanings but cause some errors among learners of English as a Second Language precisely because of their similar pronunciations.

They are so common and frequently found in English text that knowing how to correctly use them would help...

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The mistakes of freshmen and how to avoid them

Being a freshman is not easy: many things are completely new to you, it may be scary at first. Adapting to a new environment is a difficult task, which often leads to confusion in actions. Also, the organization of the educational process and assignments themselves are completely different from...

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25 Arm, Finger, and Hand Idioms Explained to English as a Second Language Learners

Idioms or idiomatic expressions are word combinations that have symbolic, and not literal, meanings.

Because they do have symbolic meanings, they can be quite difficult for English as a Second Language or ESL learners to master.

Also, unlike native English speakers, many ESL learners do not...

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Fun ways to keep students engaged

Sometimes, it can be hard to keep your students engaged. With so many distractions out there, you must keep focused on what you are showing them. Keep reading for some easy and fun ways to keep students engaged. 

Play some games

You can do some quick and easy activities to help keep your...

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5 Email Marketing Tips for Small Business

Remember the time when people had to spend hours making photocopies and sealing envelopes just to send out newsletters and coupons? Thank goodness we don't have to do that anymore. With email marketing, we not only minimize preparation time and communication costs, but also get results more...

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How a Student Can Sell Homemade Items Online

Content Marketing

An Aberdeen Group study found that conversion rates for sites that use content marketing are nearly 6 times higher than those without content marketing. If you consistently engage in producing good and useful content, customers will find your online store on their own.