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  • Taking a Year Out To Learn English Can Be a Great Boost To Your Language Skills!

    24.5.2011 | Posted in Articles

    If you want to learn a foreign language then there is no better way than to get yourself fully immersed in the country and culture where it is spoken.

  • Grammar & Punctuation: The Semi-Colon (;)

    10.5.2011 | Posted in Lessons

    Not unlike the apostrophe, the semi-colon is another commonly misused punctuation mark in the English language. It may be that many people do not know when to use the semi-colon as it is much less common in modern times than say, the twentieth century, when written English was more complexly constructed; simplicity is often favoured in contemporary writing

  • Idioms and Expressions: An Introduction

    2.5.2011 | Posted in Lessons

    Idioms are phrases or words (as in phrasal verbs) which have a meaning other than the literal definition. These are not necessarily slang, but are part of everyday language – even in business English.

  • The Rising Inflection and Other Nuances Of The English Language

    20.4.2011 | Posted in Articles

    Due to the large number of people who speak the English language across the world, the language takes on many different forms depending on whereabouts in the world it is being spoken. The English language has many different characteristics and one of the nuances of the language that has appeared in recent in years is the rising inflection.

  • Vocabulary in Grammar: Connectors

    17.4.2011 | Posted in Lessons

    When you begin to learn English, you start off with very simple sentences which may read correctly but they lack the flow and eloquence required in essays and other pieces you may have to write for your English courses, academia in general and work. Although the concept of connective words is a matter of grammar, the words themselves will add greatly to your vocabulary and improve your English.

  • Grammar & Punctuation: The Apostrophe (’).

    8.4.2011 | Posted in Lessons

    The apostrophe may be one of the most commonly misused punctuation marks in the English language, even by native speakers! Its use (and misuse) is often the subject of debate and controversy as there has been much disagreement about how it should be used since its introduction into English from French in the sixteenth century.

  • How the English Language is Similar to Other Languages

    7.4.2011 | Posted in Articles

    The English language is a rich tapestry of words and vocabulary that have been brought into English through many years of invasions, trade routes and wars that have all had their influence on how the language has evolved.

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    7.4.2011 | Posted in Announcements

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  • English Language Today

    22.3.2011 | Posted in Articles

    The English language has grown substantially in vocabulary and grammatical form – often as a result from other languages. This has created a hybrid language; vocabulary has been borrowed from many sources and grammatical structure has changed through contact with other languages.

  • Why Learn English?

    1.3.2011 | Posted in Articles

    10 Good reason to learn English in todays world.

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