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14 Effective Academic English Vocabulary Learning Strategies

Having a good Academic English vocabulary is a significant part of studying at university. If you have a large Academic English vocabulary, you’ll write better essays, give better presentations and

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Five Fun Ways to Learn English Without Opening a Textbook

What if you could learn English and have fun without studying textbooks? That would be great right? I mean, I technically learnt English (along with around 400 million other people) without consciously

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Academic English and EAP: What Are They?

You keep seeing Academic English and EAP, right? I didn’t see the word ‘academic’ until I became a university student. Fast-forward a few years later when I became a lecturer, and then

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Six Effective Reading Strategies to Make you a Faster, More Efficient Reader

University reading lists can be pretty long. In fact, many students often complain about how much they have to read before they’ve even started their Master’s degree courses. So, imagine how easy your

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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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