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When learning a new language, we first listen, then speak, then read, and finally write. These four skills are vital when it comes to mastering a language. While some individuals prefer listening to audio tapes to grip a specific language, others opt to read consistently and skip listening or speaking. Everyone has a different technique […]

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2015 was a ground-breaking year. At least in the very narrow field of gender-neutral pronouns. It was 2015 that the American Dialect society picked the singular “they” as their word of the year. The use of “they” to denote a single person, without specifying their gender (as “he” and “she” do), has become under increased […]

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Paige J, who teaches English in Toronto, shares the advice she gives to her students to help them improve their reading, writing and speaking skills. ‘Tips from our teachers’ is a regular series we run on our blog where we ask our teachers to shares tips and advice on improving their language skills Speaking fragmented […]

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