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Research Reports: Vocabulary

In Research Reports and other formal pieces of academic writing, verbs are often ‘nominalised’ (converted into nouns).

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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.

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Professionals Podcasts - Motivation in the workplace

Escucha un fragmento de una entrevista con un profesor de Estudios de Gestión de Empresas sobre el tema de la motivación laboral.
 

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UK Culture: Pedestrians

Las calles son lugares peligrosos para que gente que va a pie. Observa el video y averigua cómo puedes mantenerte seguro al cruzar las calles en el Reino Unido.
 

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Your Comments

10 August, 2017 - 06:08
Hello fadi76, We don't comment on other websites, I'm afraid. What I can tell you is that 'don't have' is the standard negative form of 'have'. In modern English 'haven't' is not used in isolation...
10 August, 2017 - 05:08
Hello nadarali1996, In isolation there is no difference in meaning. The first sentence is by far the more common, however. We would generally only use the second to show exceptions - when we are a...
10 August, 2017 - 05:08
Hello Alexey Alexey, Many of our texts are authentic, which means that they are the words of real people speaking as they speak. Some of them are not native speakers of English and this is true of...