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IS IT POSSIBLE TO LEARN 50 BUSINESS EMAIL WORDS IN 15 MINUTES?

IS IT POSSIBLE TO LEARN 50 BUSINESS EMAIL WORDS IN 15 MINUTES?

LEARN 50 BUSINESS EMAIL WORDS/ SECRETS TO START TAKING ACTION ON YOUR GOALS. If you want to STOP procrastinating and START learning English, watch this video now!

So, you know what goals you want to achieve in 2020 and how to really improve your business English. But the thing is – you could have all the goals and dreams in the world, but if you can’t get started, then how are you supposed to achieve them? Learn 50 business email words now!

I know what you’re capable of, you just need to start doing exercises!

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“6 TIPS TO WRITE EFFECTIVE EMAILS"
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You can also do the exercises with me here: “CAN YOU MEMORIZE 7 WORDS IN 10 MINUTES?”:
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RECOMMENDED:

Merriam-Webster online dictionary:
https://www.merriam-webster.com/

Watch this funny video called Email in Real Life:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYH…

Grammar Checker – Grammarly:
https://app.grammarly.com/

HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH WITH YOUTUBE? 

HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH WITH YOUTUBE?

Tips to learn English with youtube the fun way.

Here are the tips that would help you TO MAXIMIZE YOUR LEARNING FROM YOUTUBE.

First of all, if you want – type exactly what you want to learn about. For example: Past Simple Tense or Business English dialogues. Of course, you’ll get hundreds of videos…. So if you have the time, I would recommend to watch the first 3 to 6 videos.
If you like me never have time, keep reading, I’ll teach you how to optimize this process using my secret tips.

Now we’ll learn three features to make your learning experience easy and fun. There are three magic buttons.

1.First is CC or subtitles. It’s the text at the bottom.
If you are a higher-level student, I don’t recommend to use this feature. If you didn’t understand something or you want to write down that word, you can but I encourage you to try to understand without captures.
how to learn english with youtube
2. The next one is Settings which allows you to set the speed . You can go faster or slower. For most of us English learners the native speakers speak too fast, so you can go to the slower speed.
how to learn english with youtube

3. This is the full screen button. If you click it, the picture will go bigger.

What channels do you watch in your language? Is it about your hobby, work or everyday vlogs? You can watch similar channels in English. Think of several keywords, translate them into English and type in Youtube search. You subscribe and watch it with subtitles if needed.
Thus, you’ll kill two birds with one stone- you’ll be getting the knowledge about something interesting and useful and learning English. Isn’t that fun? I love multitasking, and you?
If you already have youtube channel vlog in English. It’s not that much harder than to do it in your own language. You write your script anyway. Write it in English, say two-three phrases at a time. Thus, you will attract audience from all over the world.

You can watch your favorite shows. Such shows might be more difficult to understand, but that’s the highest level of comprehension. So, it’s worth trying. You don’t have to understand every word, as long as you get the main idea, you are good.
One of my favorite shows is The Late Late Show with James Corden. He is British but now he works in the United States. You can watch the old episodes back from Britain as well.
What are your favorite English youtube channels? Which of these tips will you start using right now?

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“A MOVIE THAT EVERYONE CAN RELATE TO”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCReH

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Have you been thinking of using English to grow your business, to get promoted or to feel comfortable speaking abroad but you’re not sure where to start and you’re scared of wasting time on the wrong courses? Let me be your guide! I’ll show you the right steps on how to start speaking English confidently.

FREE Business English Idioms Workbook: https://chuchelka.com/lessonplans To join my personal coaching program contact me via mail or any social media. ([email protected]) TWEET THIS VIDEO: https://ctt.ac/gObaU

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Can “they” be a singular pronoun? 


new old pronoun

YOU'LL BE SURPRISED ABOUT THIS NEW GRAMMAR RULE!

The New Old Pronoun

Can “they” be a singular pronoun?  If you want to learn a new notion of this word added recently by most of the dictionaries keep reading.

Let’s talk about the difference between a singular “they” and a plural “they”.

Pro-nouns? What are they?  They often confuse me…. What about you?

Let’s refresh our memories.

A pronoun takes the place of other nouns.  Some pronouns are: I, we, he, she, all, it, they, their, etc.

Pronouns he, she, him, her, hers, his, himself, herself indicate gender. They are gendered pronouns.

Pronouns that don’t indicate gender such as they, them, their, etc. are called gender-neutral pronouns.

We’ll be discussing them merely from a linguistic point of view.

Do you know, how the best dictionaries define “they”?

The Miriam Webster dictionary introduced a new notion of they in September 2019 to refer to a person with nonbinary gender identity.

 

new old pronoun they

 

THE NEW OLD PRONOUN: SINGULAR “THEY”

 

Here’s what Miriam Webster Dictionary says about “they”:

Though singular ‘they’ is old, it’s been used since 1300s, ‘they’ as a nonbinary pronoun is new.

The development of singular “they” goes the same way as the development of the singular “you’ from the plural “you”. We got used to “you” having both singular and plural notion, right?

The first notion the dictionary gives us:

is used to refer to a person whose gender isn’t known or isn’t important in the context.

Some of the best world’s writers used singular they. For example, William Thackeray.

A person can’t help their birth.” — Rosalind, in W. M. Thackeray, Vanity Fair (1848)

The second, new notion is: it is used for a person whose gender is known, but who does not identify as male or female.

Cambridge dictionary gives the following definition: “they” is used to avoid saying “he or she”:

“There’s someone at the door.” “What do they want?”

Since 2014, Facebook has allowed users to be referred to by “they”. Harvard University allows students to identify which pronouns they want to use. “Somebody left their coat in the hall. Would they please collect it?”

HOW TO USE THE OLD NEW PRONOUN “THEY”

Would you like to see how well-known fairy-tale sounds with a new gender-neutral pronoun “they”?

To give you a vivid example, I will give you an abstract from a Grimm’s fairy tale.

   LITTLE RED-CAP [LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD]

Once upon a time, there was a dear little girl who was loved by everyone who looked at her, but most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child. Once she gave her a little cap of red velvet, which suited her so well that she would never wear anything else; so, she was always called ‘Little Red-Cap.’

 LITTLE RED-CAP [LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD]

Once upon a time, there was a dear little person who was loved by everyone who looked at them, but most of all by their grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child. Once she gave them a little cap of red velvet, which suited them so well that they would never wear anything else; so they were always called ‘Little Red-Cap.’

A PLURAL VERB WITH THE SINGULAR  PRONOUN

 

If you look at the last sentence, you’ll notice that we use a plural verb with the new old singular “they”, despite its singular notion. It might sound weird, but if you think of it, “you” was plural for a long time and only much later we started to use it as a singular pronoun. We are used to using the plural verb when ‘you’ refers to one person.  “You are” sounds normal, right?

The singular “they” is recognized by dictionaries and guides in English.

The difference is that in the 14th-century gender-neutral pronouns were used to refer to an unknown person while today it’s a way to affirm your identity, but that’s a different story that has nothing to do with linguistics.

new old pronoun

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