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Most Common Workplace Abbreviations

Most Common Workplace Abbreviations This post consist of workplace abbreviations that most common used. Follow the list;

33 Commonly Misunderstood Words and Phrases

33 Commonly Misunderstood Words and Phrases People misunderstand words and phrases all the time. This may be because of poor hearing or comprehension. Speaking informally can also cause a person to misunderstand and misuse words. Homonyms, or words that sound alike, can also present as an obstacle in comprehending words. However, the spellings should always

Ways to Say ‘I’m Sorry’

Ways to Say ‘I’m Sorry’ This list consist of ways to say I’m sorry. Follw the list;

20 Ways to Say ‘GOOD JOB’ in English

20 Ways to Say ‘GOOD JOB’ in English Great work!, Sensational!, Exactly right, Perfect!, What a creative idea, Now you have it, Good thinking, Terrific, Lovely, Fabulous, Fantastic, You are right, That was first class work and etc. Please follow the below list;

Adverbs – Simple and Detailed Expression

Adverbs – Simple and Detailed Expression Use adjectives to describe nouns (things or people). Use adverbs to describe verbs (how a person does something):

20 Writing Mistakes

20 Writing Mistakes  20 Writing mistakes even native speakers make. These mistakes are below. Follow the list;

Expressing Opinions in English – Agreeing and Disagreeing

Expressing Opinions in English – Agreeing and Disagreeing Expressing Opinions Agreeing • I tend to agree with you. • That’s a good idea. • I’m with you on that point. • I’ll go along with that. • Absolutely, I agree with your point. • I totally agree with that idea/proposal. • I hold exactly the

Using ‘Yesterday’, ‘Today’, ‘Tomorrow’ In English

Using ‘Yesterday’, ‘Today’, ‘Tomorrow’ In English Yesterday morning, this morning, tomorrow morning, yesterday afternoon, this afternoon, tomorrow afternoon, yesterday evening, this evening, tomorrow evening, last night, tonight, tomorrow night.

10 Idioms About Books

10 Idioms About Books Idioms about books; a closed book, an open book, read someone like a book, the oldest trick in the book, in someone’s good books, by the book, bring someone to book, take a leaf out of someone’s book, don’t judge a book by its cover

10 Common Mistakes in English Grammar Even Smart People Make

10 Common Mistakes in English Grammar Even Smart People Make 1. Regardless vs. Thaw Sufficient and don’t need and prefix muching them up.