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A note from the author: “We offer technology enabled English learning. Our methodology enables reading and comprehension. Our technology supports multi-sensory learning of the English language. Learners are able to read and speak concurrently. We use this method to help people improve their spoken English skills. Too many young children do not have access to resources that help them learn […]

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Learning English – It Is Not Always About the Rules!

The first language we learn is our mother tongue – at home, with friends, in school. As we listen and speak, we learn our native language even before we begin reading and writing. Learning to read in our mother tongue is easy. In early classes, teachers use words we know. We like reading when we recognize words and understand their […]

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Why Not Ask Why?

A note from the author: “We are engaged in the business of helping people learn English. We offer programs to improve English writing. We enable people improve their spoken English. We work in schools, with youth and assist company employees communicate in English confidently. Through our work we get to see much more than would be otherwise visible. We see […]

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Our Favorite Books by Female Authors in 2017 – II

We are continuing our countdown of our favorite books written by female authors in 2017! We hope these recommendations will encourage you to read more, because it is such a great way to improve your spoken English and English grammar. If you have not read our first post about it, here it is again: https://www.englishhelper.com/resources/blog/our-favorite-books-by-female-authors-in-2017/ ‘Sofia Khan is Not Obliged’ […]

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Looking for a new way to help improve your English? Try reading a newspaper!

In a number of our previous blog posts about improving writing skills, we stressed upon the importance of becoming a regular reader. While there can be an abundant supply of reading material around us, the most handy and easily available reading source is the newspaper. Reading newspapers daily is a habit that keeps us informed about world politics, provides up […]

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Wondering What to Do in the Summer? Here Is Why You Should Consider a Part-Time Job

Are you wondering about the possibility of earning while you study? Are you looking to gain some industry experience? Then a part-time job is the right option for you. A part-time job is more than earning some extra cash; it can give a person the competitive edge that he or she needs to get better jobs in the future. Some […]

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10 Simple Tips to Improve Your Writing

Improving your written English is a process that must be developed over time through a combination of practice, feedback, and extensive reading. Learning to write skillfully may not have a one-size-fits-all set of rules, but here are some common tips to help you get started! Practice daily Pick a topic and start writing. It doesn’t have to be a complex […]

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Thinking of a Summer Internship? Here Are the Qualities Your Employer Is Looking For!

Many employers like to hire interns as it gives them a chance to observe potential employees closely at work before deciding to offer them permanent positions. Internships can also be great for people who are trying to decide if an organization will be an interesting and engaging place for them to work. So, in many ways, an internship is a […]

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What Hiring Leaders Look for in a Candidate

The process of hiring begins with either the creation of a new role in the business or when an existing incumbent vacates their position. Generally, managers tend to look externally if they are unable to find a person suitable for the role from within the organization. Here is a list of ‘what most hiring managers look for in a potential […]

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