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practice and improve writing in english

8 Ways to Practice and Improve Writing in English

A lot of English learners don’t realize the importance of writing in English. If you are one of these learners, you might think that you don’t need to practice writing because you only want to use English while traveling or informally with friends, for example. Many students believe that they can ignore writing if their…

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12 English Lessons for the Holidays

12 English Lessons for the Holidays

On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me…… the gift of LANGUAGE! Welcome to one of the final English lessons of 2016, and a holiday-inspired post from this season. Before we get into (*become involved in*) this lesson, and your 12 English lessons to improve your skills, I’d like to share…

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Learn English Online with English Outside the Box 31 daily lessons to improve English writing fluency

October Learning Plan: 31 Daily English Lessons – Week 3 Writing

Writing skills are incredibly important when learning English, because you’ll use these skills to communicate both formally and informally. You’ll need writing skills to communicate with friends in other cities via messages, e-mails, Whatsapp, etc; if you are going to use English professionally, you’ll need to know more formal styles of writing, like e-mails and…

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TOEFL Writing Tips for the Independent Essay

Oh, the TOEFL test. If you are not familiar with the TOEFL, then let me give you a little information. It stands for “Test of English as a Foreign Language,” and is an exam that is often required for non-native English speakers who wish to work, study, and (sometimes) live abroad. Most universities will require this…

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Creativity Tuesday: Mariah

Let’s dive right into (begin) Creativity Tuesday today by exploring the idea of CONTRASTS (things that differ from one another in an obvious way): Black | White. Light | Dark. New | Old. Classic | Modern. Simplicity | Complexity. What makes these contrasting words so obviously different from one another? If you guessed opposites, then you hit the nail right…

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