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Unit 4: Starting and finishing emails

How should you begin and finish an email message to someone you don't know? Find out here!

Quick Grammar: Question forms

To form yes/no questions where there is an auxiliary verb or a modal verb, we invert the word order of a positive sentence.

Professionals Podcasts – Trend analysis

Listen to an interview with a social affairs commentator on changes in patterns of working.

IELTS Interview

IELTS interview is different from a job interview. Be sure to showcase your English ability, not your job qualification.


Your Comments

22 October, 2017 - 07:10
Hi zagrus, This is an interesting question. Partly it is certainly a case of convention but I think there may be something else here as well. We generally use 'which' when the choice is limited, as...
22 October, 2017 - 03:10
Hello dear team, You said “N + V + N + p (She) + (gave) + (the money) + (back)” N=noun V=verb P=? “p” abbreviation from what? Thank you very much
22 October, 2017 - 02:10
well i haven't had any nephew or niece yet, but in the next few years, i hope i will have them.