Category Archives: English language

The Desperadoes & the 100 hour rule.

When students apply to English4Professionals, they are usually one of two types: a) Those who are panicking about their IELTS test at the end of next week and want emergency help at short notice; & b) Those who want to … Continue reading

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The BDSM Approach to English

http://heartofenglish.wordpress.com/2012/11/23/the-bdsm-approach-to-english/

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Don’t do The White Rabbit Run!

Today, we have had three people contact us – asking for intensive support because they have exams coming-up in the next two weeks and need help. Urgently! Please! Does this sound familiar? Are you a White Rabbit, too? In Lewis … Continue reading

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Why is English so Difficult?

To find the answer, read the HELLO English blog.

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What Price Professional English?

Just what constitutes a good level of professional English? This is a question which must perplex those seeking to improve their communication skills – whether on an individual or on a corporate basis. There are many definitions combining relevant vocabulary … Continue reading

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God save the Queen’s English

When it comes to speaking English, it’s the Queen who has the last word. Since the time of Queen Elizabeth I, the “Queen’s English” has been recognised as the authoritative and most easily understood form of the language.  In its … Continue reading

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