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What Are Conjunctions?

Conjunctions are words that join other words or clauses together. Examples are: and, but, yet, or, when, because, since etc. God made the country and man made the town. He was poor but he was ..
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IELTS - How to Prepare For Individual Modules?

Listening IELTS is an international exam; therefore a candidate can expect to hear a variety of accents with which English is spoken in different parts of the world. The listening section of the ..
(November 09, 2008)
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Tips For Success in Exams

Tests are a way for you and your teacher to measure how well you have learned the material covered by the class. Think of them as a challenge! Here are some tips for studying for tests. Make sure ..
(November 06, 2008)
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Singular Nouns That Take Plural Verbs

Groups of people In British English, singular nouns like family, government, jury, team, committee, which refer to groups of people, can be used with either singular or plural verbs and pronouns. ..
(March 28, 2008)
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Common Usage Dilemmas Of ESL Students

Have or have got? Have got means exactly the same as have in affirmative clauses. Got-forms of have are informal, and are most common in the present. She has got a new boyfriend. (= She has a new ..
(April 01, 2008)
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Common Errors With Prepositions

Though the prepositions are small words, they are very important ones, and their correct usage is a test of your mastery of the language. This article explains the correct usage of some prepositions ..
(March 31, 2008)
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Common Errors With Nouns And Noun Phrases

Expressions that take singular verbs Some common expressions take singular verbs even though they may contain a plural noun. Examples are: bacon and eggs; cheese and biscuits; fish and chips etc. ..
(March 27, 2008)
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Writing Great Essays - Some Useful Tips

Writing a good essay, whether in an exam or at any other time, is a task that many find difficult. Essays are required in most subjects, and your exam results may largely depend on your ability to ..
(March 05, 2008)
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Telephoning - Things You Should Know

Answering a private phone British people usually give their name or number. Hello. Susan Fernandez. Asking for a person To ask for a person you can say ‘Could I speak to. . . ? Americans ..
(March 06, 2008)
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Cover-Letter Writing Tips

When applying for a job, a cover letter should be sent with your resume. Your cover letter should be specific to the position you are applying for, relating your skills and experience to those noted ..
(December 23, 2007)
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Email Writing Tips

Email is one of the most popular applications used on the Internet. Unfortunately it is also one of the most abused. So, how does one use email effectively? This article contains some rules and ..
(December 19, 2007)
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When Should You Use Present Tenses To Talk About the Future?

When we talk about future events which have already been planned or decided, or which we can see are on the way, we often use present tenses. The present progressive The present progressive is used .
(August 08, 2007)
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Effective TOEFL Strategies

Every year tens of thousands of students appear for the TOEFL. Most of these students study on their own, while a small percentage of them take coaching classes and tutorials. Here are some tips for ..
(December 17, 2007)
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What To Say And What Not To Say During An Interview

Whatever other advice is given about interviewing, above all you must be honest. An interview is not an opportunity for you to spend an hour bluffing. Many interviewers are trained in body language ..
(December 07, 2007)
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How To Succeed In Interviews?

As no interviews are completely predictable, there is no magic formula which you can follow. However, if you plan and prepare carefully, your chances of getting the job will be high. The information ..
(December 04, 2007)
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IELTS - Simplified

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS), is designed to assess the English language skills of candidates who want to study or work in countries where English is the language of ..
(July 05, 2007)
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