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Search Results. A couple of months ago, the CMO of a tech startup shared Surviving Email Politics at Work via LinkedIn.

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Email is an extension of you, part of your reputation. What you say and how you conduct yourself over email is the professional “you.” Managing this carefully is important. I couldn’t say it better. Today, I’m… Travis, a former student who now works as an IT consultant, asked for a summary of what we taught him about developing and organizing content in emails ’cause he wants to share it with his project leaders. Home Page. 33 Controversial Discussion Topics: And How To Teach Them. Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events. American Slang. 'Will' or 'be going to'?

Like vs. As Difference - English Grammar, As If. We generally use LIKE and AS to make comparisons.

Like vs. As Difference - English Grammar, As If

The structure of the sentence is usually: VERB + LIKE + NOUN / PRONOUN. He speaks like a native speaker. She looks like a supermodel. The structure of the sentence is usually: AS + SUBJECT + VERB. Nobody sings as she does. It is very common in American English to use LIKE instead of AS. We play football like champions do. Another use of AS is to say what the role/function of a person/thing is. He started work as a carpenter. LIKE vs. Be careful, in similar sentences that use LIKE and AS, the meanings of each sentence are very different.

As your boss, I must warn you to be careful. As or like? 10 Ted Talks Every English Student Should Watch. This article shows you how to use TED Talks to improve your English, how they can be used in the classroom and suggests 10 great talks to use in the English classroom.

10 Ted Talks Every English Student Should Watch

TED is a series of informative, educational, inspiring and sometimes jaw-dropping talks that present ‘Ideas Worth Spreading’. Ted has attracted many of the world’s most important thinkers such as Larry Page, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Ken Robinson, and a few winners of the Nobel Prize. There is an emphasis on informing, educating and opening people’s eyes to new ideas, making them perfect for the classroom. Students love these talks and really appreciate it when you take the time to make a lesson out of them. Teenagers, being the ‘YouTube generation’, also find them highly engaging and motivating. This post will list 10 TED talks I have found work particularly well in the classroom. How Students Can Use TED at Home Listening This is the obvious one, but students should be encouraged to listen ‘actively’.

Pronunciation Grammar. Creativity is GREAT - Part 1. Britain is a creative nation ...

Creativity is GREAT - Part 1

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Sometimes we call them 'if clauses'. They describe the result of something that might happen (in the present or future) or might have happened but didn't (in the past) . They are made using different English verb tenses. Download my infographic! There are four kinds of conditionals: The Zero Conditional: (if + present simple, ... present simple) If you heat water to 100 degrees, it boils.Click here to learn more.The First Conditional: (if + present simple, ... will + infinitive) If it rains tomorrow, we'll go to the cinema.Click here to learn more.The Second Conditional: (if + past simple, ... would + infinitive) If I had a lot of money, I would travel around the world.Click here to learn more.The Third Conditional (if + past perfect, ... would + have + past participle) If I had gone to bed early, I would have caught the train.Click here to learn more.

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