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  • July 18th, 2018
    Learning Conversational English : 4 English Dialogues for Students

    Learning to speak English – or any language – takes lots and lots of practice. In fact, the general rule of thumb for learning British English is 360 hours of practice! You may already practice conversations at school, with a tutor, or with your family. But the practice doesn’t end there! There are many types of…

  • July 14th, 2018
    Why is Immigration Important?

      Why is immigration important in the United States of America? What good comes to our nation when we allow more immigrants to become Americans? Well, quite a lot actually. In fact, without immigrants, America, as we know it today, would not exist. A Forgetful Nation America is a nation of immigrants. Our nation begins…

  • July 10th, 2018
    What are the Biggest Differences Between American and British English?

    English can be a difficult language to learn. There are endless grammar points, words, and expressions to remember. On top of all of that, these may vary depending on who you’re speaking to. This is because there are lots of differences between American and British English. It’s not just about the accent. There are also different…

  • July 6th, 2018
    What are the Effects of Poor Communication in Healthcare?

    Poor communication in any industry is going to lead to problems with serving clients and producing high-quality work. However, in the healthcare industry, these problems are amplified tenfold. You are dealing people’s health and lives. When you have to prescribe medication and give diagnoses, there is zero room for error or miscommunication. If English is…

  • July 2nd, 2018
    How to Speak any Language Confidently- Regardless of the Platform

      Do you feel unsure of yourself when speaking to others? Are you afraid that what you’re saying isn’t being respected or heard? If this is the case, learning how to speak confidently is the solution for you. This skill will help you in all aspects of your life- personal and professional. Want to learn…