Category Archives: Tips

This section of the blog give tips to those learning a foreign language.

Win All or Win-Win?

The article we are going to look at talks about the attitude with which one must face in a negotiation, the spirit in which you have to play to always get the most of the deal. But is this the … Continue reading

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Distrusting the Employee

Liz Ryan is an expert in human resources and one of their main concerns is how to attract and retain the best employees for each company. In her article, she talks about her vision of a system based on distrust … Continue reading

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The Last Night or Last Night?

When giving English classes, we sometimes ask what our students did during the previous weekend or night.  The typical response may go something like this: The last weekend I went to my cousins house for dinner. Or The last night … Continue reading

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Like Vs. Like

This is part two of our post on Like vs. Like.  As we mentioned in our last post, the word like can have many different meanings and cause a lot of confusions to a person first learning English.  Here are … Continue reading

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Would, Would Like

Most students express a lot of confusion with the word like because it has many different meaning depending on the context.  Hopefully we can help you to understand the differences between like and would like. Let’s look at some examples: … Continue reading

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The First Conditional

In today’s post, we are looking at The first Conditional.  The simplest way to handle the first Conditional is to break the sentence into two halves.   Let’s look at some examples. If the client rejects our proposal, we’ll (we will) … Continue reading

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Tips for Learning Adjectives and Adverbs

Can you identify the difference between an adjective and an adverb?  Let’s look at the difference between the two. Adjectives The job of an adjective is to describe a noun.  For example:  The party is in the red house.  Red … Continue reading

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