Category Archives: Writing

How to use ‘however’

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Writing Skills: How to write a letter to the editor

If you ever need to write a ‘letter’ (these days more likely an email) to the editor of a newspaper, either in real life or more probably when practising for an exam, here’s some guidance on how to do it: … Continue reading

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e.g. / i.e. : what’s the difference?

The Latin abbreviations e.g. and i.e. are commonly used in English, and nearly as commonly mixed up. Below is a clear explanation, which can also be found online at it’s original home: I should also point out that these days you can write both … Continue reading

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Relative Clauses

I’ve been promising to post on this for some time, so here it is finally. Basically everything is clearly expressed here: and there are also exercises for you to do, with instant feedback. Nonetheless, I would like to add … Continue reading

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Writing Check List and Correction Codes

Writing Check List  Here are some essential tips on how to be successful at writing compositions: 1. Give it your full attention. DO NOT do it while having your dinner, watching TV and having a conversation with your partner at … Continue reading

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