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Looking Stuff Up in An Effective Way using Easy & Fast Digital Tools

… to check whether your English is correct When you write an email or chat with someone in English, for work, study or fun, you don’t want to ask a native speaker to proofread what you’ve written. Often there is no time for someone else to check it. Besides, you will never learn how to… Continue reading Looking Stuff Up in An Effective Way using Easy & Fast Digital Tools

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ESL grammar · Grammar · Punctuation · Spelling · writing tips

Do You Make These Mistakes?

I’ve recently had a hilarious chat with the helpdesk at WordPress. (My blog is made with WordPress.) Why was it hilarious? Not because I had to laugh about the helpdesk person’s English. In fact, he or she (?) has good English. That had I had to laugh had more to do with the absurdity of the… Continue reading Do You Make These Mistakes?

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Grammar · writing tips

Back to School: Quick Writing Tools to Correct your Grammar, Improve Readability and more

The best thing about these tools? No need for an English colleague to check your work. By Jacqueline Schaalje Writing isn’t easy. I presume you’ve downloaded my writing guide, “Improve Your Writing,” which was free during the past days. Even with all the best tips and best guides, writing is still hard work. Luckily, there… Continue reading Back to School: Quick Writing Tools to Correct your Grammar, Improve Readability and more

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email writing · Uncategorized · writing tips

My Popular Writing Guide is free today: last day!

Do you want to improve your writing for work or study, if I show you how in a few amazing short tips? Download this book now! It’s free. Improve Your Writing: Six Steps Covering the Basics of Writing Letters, Emails and Essays that Get You Resultsis free today, until 4 September. Grab your copy and learn some easy… Continue reading My Popular Writing Guide is free today: last day!

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