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Mandarin and English language - The Tug of War

Walt Whitman, the great American poet and essayist said, “Viewed freely, the English language is the accretion and growth of every dialect, race, range of time and is both free and compacted composition of all”. 533 more words

Things I wish someone would invent.

If I could invent these myself, I would. But unfortunately, I have the kind of mind that prefers not to do math or science.

So if you could pass these ideas along to an inventor friend, I would be forever grateful: 328 more words

#qskills – Should I teach only grammar when my students have only written tests in exams?

Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: Should I teach only grammar when my students have only written tests in exams?

Colin Ward responds. 122 more words

Adults / Young Adults

Pimp up your English texts...

Improving one´s style is not as difficult as it may seem.

One way is to link your sentences with so-called linking words. Take a look at the following list: 106 more words

English

描述學術訓練所獲得的技能及(或)領導特質 (描述學歷背景及已獲成就) (有效撰寫求職英文自傳) : 研究生英文投稿日報 4/24/2014

研究生英文投稿日報:

* 描述學術訓練所獲得的技能及(或)領導特質 (描述學歷背景及已獲成就) (有效撰寫求職英文自傳) (PART A)

* 描述學術訓練所獲得的技能及(或)領導特質 (描述學歷背景及已獲成就) (有效撰寫求職英文自傳) (PART B)

* 學術英文投稿教學影片 (95) : Taking Better Lecture Notes

* 國外專家訪問行程之安排: 有效撰寫專業英文電子郵件

* 工程英文假設描述 (88) (下)

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ESL

Sick and tired of "literally" being misused?

“Literally” is being wrongly used by people every day. You hear it a lot of TV when people are talking about experiences or things that happened to them. 236 more words

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