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Successful Negotiation in English

One fundamental skill to have in the world of business and other environments is certainly negotiation. In our global and intercultural world, considerable adaptation skills, diplomacy, conversational skills, and a good dose of cold blood ...

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Grammar for Beginners – Quantifiers

Quantifiers are words that precede and modify nouns. They tell us how many or how much. Selecting the correct quantifier depends on your understanding the distinction between Countable and Non-Countable Nouns. For our purposes, we ...

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English Vocabulary: “Idioms”

Hello beautiful people! Have you ever asked yourselves: why learn idioms? Well, learning idiomatic expressions is a very important part of the language-learning process. Much of everyday speech is based on colloquial and slang vocabulary ...

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Grammar for Beginners – Do or Make?

The verbs ‘do’ and ‘make’ are often confused because ‘do’ goes with some words and ‘make’ goes with others. Another difference is that ‘do’ is an auxiliary verb, ‘make’ is not. When ‘do’ is an ...

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Campfire Treats

You’ve probably seen scenes in films or T.V. shows of people gathered around a bonfire or a fireplace with skewersin their hands and white, puffy things at the tips of them. The white, puffy things are marshmallows and ...

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Roses are red…

Good morning! You know on Valentine’s day, people write little poems for those they love. The classic poem is: “Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet and so are you” But every year ...

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ABA’s 99 English Idioms

Hey! Let’s begin by saying that there are thousands of idioms in English. According to Wikipedia, there are at least 25.000. Put that in your pipe and smoke it! This idiom is used to tell someone ...

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