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  • June 6th, 2018
    How to Prepare for Phone Interview

    So you have an interview lined up – but it’s going to be over the phone. Do you know how to prepare for a phone interview in English? You won’t have the chance to make a good impression based on your clothing choices or your handshake. Instead, your voice and what you say is really…

  • June 4th, 2018
    10 Common Idioms That Are Tough for New English Learners

    It has commonly been said that English is one of the hardest languages to learn. Seriously, there are a lot of weird rules and sayings that actually make no sense, especially for new English learners. It’s also full of common idioms that seem perfectly normal if you grew up with the language, but if you’re just learning…

  • June 2nd, 2018
    Study Abroad in America: Why Get Your Masters Degree in the US?

    Around 1700 institutions of higher learning provide Master’s Degrees in the United States. With that many schools to choose from, studying in the US should be on your mind. There are many reasons why students choose to study abroad in America one is because it is exciting and worth your while. Diversity abounds and countless programs…

  • May 30th, 2018
    What are the Benefits of Learning a Second Language?

    If you’ve ever tried learning a second language, you’ll know how difficult it can be. It takes a lot of patience and commitment to truly master another language. Finding time in your busy life to practice your skills can be a real challenge, but the benefits are numerous. It doesn’t just benefit those looking to…

  • May 28th, 2018
    If You Change Your Accent does it Make You Sound Smarter?

    Around 360 million native English speakers are scattered all over the globe. From Australia to England to the United States, the sun is always shining somewhere that English is spoken. But what can you do to sound more like the people you are surrounded by? Can you change your accent to sound smarter? Add to that another…