No matter whether you are in family programs, office meetings, shopping malls, bus stops, or in schools, you undoubtedly experience situations when you need to seek permission from others to do something. Even if you need to get into the … continue reading
If you observe the ways native English speakers speak to someone, you will find uses of “please,” “sorry,” “excuse me,” “thanks,” and the like. These words are used by people who love being polite. Politeness is a virtue. People who are polite and are of good manners are loved by all. Their requests are earnestly considered and accepted by the people surrounding them.
Making requests means you are asking something from someone or you are asking someone to do something for you. Whether your request will be granted or not merely depend on the person you are requesting to. Thus you need to request in such a convincing way that the person happily accepts your request. But how?
Creating a network among people surrounding us is considered a skill of utmost importance. As social beings, we cannot move forward alone. We need to ask for help from others, help them, and work together to make a better world.
In social, academic, or business contexts, you frequently meet new people. Very often, you are introduced to unknown people by someone who is already known to you. Certainly, you also need to introduce other people who are unknown to your family members, friends, colleagues, and the like.
Here, we will learn different ways of introducing someone who is already known to you but unknown to the people you are about to introduce them to. We will learn some specific words, phrases, and expressions to do it right.
On the record, handwriting does not have anything to do with the evaluation procedure for IELTS. Yet, handwriting is firmly connected to the process of marking indirectly. Bad handwriting can affect your IELTS score in listening and writing modules, as … continue reading
Using Social media has become one of our daily activities nowadays. We tweet to share what’s on our minds. We chat with our friends, family members, or even clients using WhatsApp. We check in on Facebook while having a vacation with … continue reading
You may wonder why some letters in English remain silent in particular words during articulation and why some words are not uttered in the same way they are written or spelled. No more wondering! In this post, We’ll explore the … continue reading
Direct object, indirect object, and object of a preposition— are the three types of objects in English grammar. However, as per my teaching experience, direct and indirect objects are the most confusing ones for most English language learners. In this … continue reading
Knowing the proper use of determiners is very important to make proper use of nouns. I believe this ultimate guide to using determiners can be your best-helping hand if you want to use proper English while writing or speaking. … continue reading
Verbs are the mandatory element of any English sentence; we cannot even imagine a single sentence without a verb. More interestingly, every element of a sentence is somehow closely related to the verb of that particular sentence. In this post, … continue reading
There are three articles in English—A, An, and The. These articles strongly connect with nouns as they help specify the standard of nouns. Unfortunately, many English language learners often get confused about choosing the right article while writing or speaking. … continue reading