Trying to make a decision? When you discuss differences in English conversation, linking words of contrast help you to speak with clarity and with an easy-to-follow structure.
Use these linking words to quickly compare in English. Perfect for highlighting similarities between job offers, mobile phone plans, gym memberships, online courses, skin care products, and more.
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.
Between vs. among are easily confused for good reason. Sometimes you can use either one and both are right. Other times you need to make a choice.
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.
Use these 4 strategies (plus example answers) to successfully answer common English job interview questions about emotional intelligence.
Learn common English idioms used at work, especially during brainstorming sessions. Even better, you can also use these idioms in daily conversation.
Learn to speak so your audience listens — whether you’re presenting to 500 or speaking to 5 coworkers. Here are 3 tips to level up your public speaking skills.
Answer common small talk questions in English with absolute confidence and enjoy conversations. Including ‘How was your weekend?’ or ‘What do you do in your free time?’
The weather is a common topic of small talk in English. That includes talking about the temperature — how hot, cold, warm, or cool it is outside.
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