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Author: Elizabeth S

English is a universal language that connects people from all over the world.  English is also amazing given its vast vocabulary, with nearly a quarter of a million words. It’s 
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In an ethnically and culturally diverse country like Australia, it’s common to hear languages such as Mandarin, Hindi, Spanish, Arabic, Vietnamese, and Italian, in otherwise English-dominant communities.There are also efforts 
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Your communication skills greatly influence your job performance, more so if you’re a non-English native speaker working with people who are fluent in English. It’s not enough to learn how 
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These days, mobile apps, websites and videos are specifically produced to help beginners and advanced learners master English grammar and expand their vocabulary. In fact, with the numerous resources available 
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Most of the common English writing mistakes committed by non-native speakers involve inconsistency – from tenses and points of view to spelling styles (mistakes/irregularities). These kinds of errors don’t only 
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Learning English is different from mastering the language. Many students who’ve taken formal language classes have already mastered the finer points of English grammar. But when engaging in conversations with 
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Contributed by Georgina (Sydney ESL Team)   Ever tried to learn a new language from a textbook? It’s hard work, reading and memorising new words, trying to make sense of 
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Kota, a native to Japan, had always dreamed of living abroad after spending 3 years in South Africa with his family when he was a young child.  Even though he 
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Contributed by Georgina (Sydney ESL Team)   Having a conversation in any language can be tricky.  People speak quickly, you need to listen and understand what is being said and 
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Do you find yourself saying “um” and “ah” too often in meetings and presentations? These filler words are common for both native and non-native English speakers. They may be more 
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