Recommend vs. suggest are both used to give advice but using them correctly can be a challenge due to specific grammatical structures. Not anymore.
Ask your boss for a meeting, request help from a coworker, or make a cold call — learn how to request someone’s time without feeling awkward or worried they will say no.
Use these English idioms to make your conversation more dynamic when expressing a lack of time, too much time, right on time, and more.
Use English idioms & current slang to talk about what’s cool right now and what’s not. Expand your vocabulary to talk about what’s popular.
Share your ideas confidently, even when they aren’t fully formed, by thinking out loud in English. Four strategies for introverts.
Order what you want. Ask about the menu. Make reservations. Use these 41 common restaurant collocations to communicate with confidence every time you go to a restaurant in English.
When you know something to be true, when you have an opinion that needs to be shared, be more assertive and powerful in your word choices. Here are 3 simple ways you can do that.
You might recognize universal signs of happiness or anger, but how do you describe the expression on someone’s face? Here’s how to describe what someone is doing with their eyebrows, eyes, mouth, and chin.
Use these easy-to-use clarifying questions to successfully follow and stay engaged in an English conversation. No more feeling lost or confused.
Use these 3 expert strategies to express your opposing idea and point of view so that your voice is heard without upsetting the conversation.
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