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Dominant or Submissive: Which Kind of Reader are You?

When I ask, “are you a dominant reader?“, I’m not asking if you grab the book before you read it and declare, “I AM GOING TO READ YOU!” I’m asking if you are in control of your reading. Take

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9 Strategies for Better Speaking Exam Scores (And 3 no-nos)

To study in an English speaking country, you have to prove that you have a good level of English. There are a few different exams that are recognised, such as IELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL. The speaking sections

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Are You Using Silent Fillers to Improve Your Presentations?

“Silent Fillers errr how should I umm start this and errm…” We all do it. ‘Errr‘ and ‘Umm‘, also known as hesitations, are just a part of everyday speech (usually

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I Want To Sound Fluent. How Fast Should I Speak?

Should I speak quickly or slowly to sound fluent? A common belief is that you should speak quickly to sound fluent. But is it a fact? I’m sure you’ve seen American and British TV shows and thought,

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28 Beginner Phrases for a Great Group Discussion

Working as a group can be tough. Knowing which phrases to use can make the whole experience easier. In this post, we’ll cover the basic phrases you’ll need to have a successful discussion. There are

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