With the increase use of technology and the expansion of online educational tools, more and more people are opting to take Online English Classes. Before deciding which is a better fit, one ought to weigh the costs and benefits of each.
Understanding finance has become a fundamental requisite for those not only working in Accounting and Finance departments, but also for those in Administrative, Marketing and Human Resource areas. “Crunching numbers” has been the backbone to international corporations for decades, who are always looking for savings and/or cuts in order to improve their “bottom-line”.
With every New Year comes new goals, objectives and lifestyle changes, or what we call resolutions.
Going to the gym, eating better, travelling more are just a few of the common resolutions friends typically mention. But occasionally we forget about improving upon skills we have learned previously, and one of the mistakes we make is related to language development.
There aren´t many things as scary as walking into a Job Interview not knowing which language it will be in. As everyone knows, a job candidate might look great on paper: have loads of work experience and a top-notch educational background. But if you cannot explain your professional and educational background in a clear and concise way, chances are you will not get hired.
The U.S. Presidential race is heating up with both sides trading barbs on a daily basis, looking for any kind of advantage while heading into the homestretch of this crucial election. The results will have global ramifications and could alter existing financial and military agreements with foreign countries.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (Toefl) is a communicative based exam for both students and professionals. It is a must for those applying to Universities in the U.S or Canada and is becoming increasingly important among companies who are looking for candidates with a high level of English proficiency.
Listening skills are an essential part of any language. In short, if you do not understand what the other person is saying, you will not be able to respond. There are many options to choose from, so it really depends on what you prefer to use:
“A/An” articles are called “Indefinite” because they are: not specific, new or unknown to your listener:
- I need a new phone. (not a specific phone, just any phone)
- Linda is an arquitect. (new to the listener you are speaking to)
- You will find a tour guide somewhere. (unknown to the listener)
What I tell students time after time, increasing your vocabulary has to be the most important aspect of English language development. Whether you are true beginner or an advanced level learner, you need the tools necessary to be able to communicate effectively as well as understand who you are listening to.