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Soft skill for successful career

The modern management is keenly looking forward to a distinct kind of skill in its potential employees i.e. the strong soft skills that can put you a step ahead in the competition and make you a true professional. 591 more words

Murder Mystery Part 3 & 4

So, this is the follow up to the lesson: https://textploitationtefl.com/2017/07/11/modals-of-deduction-a-murder-part-1-2/

It has quite a bit of listening, they are included here, but feel free to rerecord them using colleagues. 587 more words

Lessons

22 of the Best Motivational Speeches of All Time

Just like in sports, being motivated at work is crucial for your performance. This rings especially true when you have a looming deadline, an important presentation to give, or colleagues or customers depending on your performance. 105 more words

Scoop.it

Reblog: How To Ace Your Next Phone or Skype Interview

In today’s super-connected world, appearing for an interview personally is not the only option. We have moved on to more tech versions of it. And it is convenient too – in fact, phone interviews have been around for some time now. 258 more words

Communication Skills

5 Speaking Lessons From the World Champion of Public Speaking, 2016

When I first came across the World Championship of Public Speaking in 2014, I was thrilled. I watched the winners’ videos on Youtube, each speech a masterpiece in the art of speaking. 605 more words

Communication Skills

When did I stop being afraid to speak German?

This article is about speaking German, because German is my second language. When learners tell me that they are worried about speaking English, I know how it feels, because I used to be so nervous about spontaneous conversations in German. 1,071 more words

Thoughts Of A Language Learner

7 Tips to Boost Confidence Speaking a Language on your Holidays

What is it that makes a confident language speaker? Their faultless grammar? An amazing range of vocabulary? Or maybe the way the words just trip off their tongue while they chat freely as if they’ve lived there all their life? 851 more words