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Five Most Common Native Languages of English Learners

November 27, 2018 by in category General English tagged as , ,

All around the world, English is seen as a way to connect to a larger group of people living outside your hometown. If you live in Japan, you’ll encounter tourists speaking in English in order to ask for directions or locations. The same goes for Thailand, Vietnam, and so on. Even if tourists to areas […]

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The Best Apps to Learn English with Today

October 25, 2018 by in category English is Fun, General English tagged as ,

Learning a new language has more benefits than you could ever think of. It helps keep the mind sharp while enhancing memory and more. Aside from these, it also increases networking skills. There is no better way to build connection and rapport with foreign people than speaking their own tongue. Of course, networking skills are […]

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Technology, the Classroom & You

August 5, 2016 by in category English is Fun, Games, General English, Technology tagged as , , , , ,

By Joseph DeMarini Smart phones have impacted every aspect of our lives—from social networking and instant communication, to the augmented reality of Pokémon GO. Here at Explore English, we’ve fully embraced the 21st century and like to upset the old order of “no phones in class” by telling our students to switch on their phones [...]

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How to Prepare for a Job Interview

March 9, 2016 by in category Career Tips, English is Fun, Life in Melbourne tagged as , , , , ,

There are several ways in which you can prepare yourself for a job interview that will ensure you have an increased chance of success. Going to a job interview can be intimidating. First impressions are important when you are trying to get a new job.   Here are some easy steps that you can follow [...]

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Why Grammar and Punctuation is Important

March 2, 2016 by in category English is Fun, Learning English, Study English tagged as , , ,

 “Hi im glad your coming today cos their isnt any room tmrw.”   What you see above may not seem really important or notable if you are learning English. However, if you are learning English and are starting to understand the technical sides of grammar and punctuation – you may be confused that first-language English [...]

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