Confident English Collections
English for Work
Do you need English for your work to communicate with international clients or get new partnerships? Develop your business professional English skills with this series.
Emotional intelligence skills are the key to improved relationships, better communication, motivation, and more. Here’s how to level up your skills and the vocabulary you need in English on this topic.
Do you really need adverbs such as apparently, obviously, or presumably? That depends. When used correctly, they add precision, nuance, and depth to your speech.
In job interviews and business meetings, you’ll need to talk about your experience in English. These common collocations are essential vocabulary for highlighting your past experience.
Learn 13 examples of corporate jargon trending online and in the workplace so you can engage in conversations with coworkers and follow the news confidently.
Phrasal verbs add depth and precision to your language. Use these phrasal verbs to highlight your expertise in your next job interview in English.
Because of and due to are often used interchangeably. But should the be? Learn the distinct differences between because of vs due to for accuracy.
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