Now, more than ever, we need to stay socially, mentally, and emotionally healthy. With more time at home — isolated from our family, friends, and coworkers — here is how you can stay connected with resources for increased time at home and online.
Learn to feel powerful and communicate easily in English. Get 3 simple strategies to improve your English communications skills, even if you’re shy.
The coronavirus is worrisome and stressful, but what shouldn’t be stressful is knowing how to talk about it if you need to have conversations with friends, family members or coworkers, and especially if you need to have conversations in English with medical professionals.
Do you freeze, panic, and feel stuck when you don’t understand someone? Here’s what to say to get clarification and avoid embarrassment.
Use the same advanced English native speakers use for conversations on spring cleaning. You’ll get 13 English idioms to help you sound natural and have interesting conversations on this common topic of English conversation.
Get 5 ways to handle difficult questions in a job interview when you don’t know the answer or feel stuck so you can sound calm, confident, & in control.
Get invited to the next stage of the interview process by following these 7 strategies for success. Learn to control your voice and communicate clearly.
Use power words in your English job interview to effectively communicate and show that you’re the right choice the job you want.
Must-have phrases for telephone calls in English so you can speak clearly, be understood, and stop avoiding the phone at work.
Write clear, professional emails with these top 5 tips and avoid common email mistakes. These are the same mistakes native English speakers learn to fix.