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14
FEB
2015

Why Is It So Difficult for French People to Learn English?

It is well known that the French are last in place in Europe when it comes to speaking English. Why do some nationalities seem to have more difficulty learning the “international language” of today than others? One need only travel across Europe to see the frequency and fl
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06
FEB
2015

How to Listen Better… to Improve Your English!

If you are like one of 1.5 billion students learning English today, you are always looking for more ways to improve. In this blog we have already spoken about some of the most effective ways to improve your English learning, including fun methods and proven techniques. One of those te
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31
JAN
2015

Does Being Bilingual Really Make a Difference?

Most people accept that when we speak more than one language, our perception of the world expands and becomes richer. Languages are linked to culture and often have unique meaning, which provide us with a better understanding of our world. We also assume that being bilingual is an adv
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23
JAN
2015

How can you work better in virtual teams?

Virtual teams are such a part of modern-day business life that we don’t even think about them anymore. Distance working has become just another part of busy professionals’ lives, like meetings, conf calls, and presentations. Sure, companies save money by working virtually, but they’re
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23
JAN
2015

Cultural Differences: Do You Have This Issue with Etiquette?

More than ever before, people are traveling outside of their native country to live and work. Some cities are known for attracting an international population, but even small towns are now seeing a significant influx of foreigners. This phenomenon is happening all over Western Europe,
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16
JAN
2015

How To Manage Social Media for your Small Business

 If you are a small (or large!) business owner, chances are you are trying to promote your business on the internet. But it can be overwhelming trying to understand and navigate all the marketing options available online today. From websites and blogs to social media, not to mention p
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09
JAN
2015

7 Tips in 7 Seconds: How to Ace An Interview in English (or any language!)

Are you trying to improve your English for professional purposes? Many people in the world today are adding English to their list of professional skills, because English is the most widely spoken business language today. But interviewing in English –or any foreign language for that ma
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02
JAN
2015

New Year’s Resolution: Take the 2015 English Challenge!

Like millions of people around the world, maybe you are making some New Year’s Resolutions this week. “New Year’s Resolutions” are a list of goals we make at the beginning of each year. And, also like millions of people, maybe one thing on your list of resolutions for 2015 is “Learn E
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29
DEC
2014

10 new year’s resolutions that are never kept and why

Every year you make resolutions that you don’t keep. According to a survey conducted by the University of Scranton, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in January 2014, the top resolutions that are never kept are: Lose weight Getting organized Spend less, save more E
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