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Seeking Refuge

Seeking Refuge For people seeking refuge there is an increasing focus on providing a safe home and a viable future  from all over the world. A […]

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The Power of Words

The Power of Words The power of words is amazing. James Earl Jones once said, “one of the hardest things in life is having words in […]

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Listening Skills

Listening Skills Student or not, we can all use listening skills. They are also often one of the more difficult skills for people to master. I […]

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What’s your story?

What’s your story? Well, what’s your story? Every person and object has one. It has a past, a present, a future – in fact a whole […]

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Does Pronunciation Matter?

Pronunciation Pronunciation and accent can be a big deal if your teams include overseas staff. You want to engage people, make them feel comfortable and encourage […]

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Plan for Success in 2018

Plan for success Do you have a plan for success? Take a look at the buildings around you. How long do you think they’ll last – […]

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The Rise of Language Clubs

Language Clubs The popularity of language clubs, these relaxed conversation groups across the country, is on the rise. They are generally free of charge, unusual these […]

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