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Task-Based Lesson: How to Prepare Yourself for a Job Interview


Vocabulary Types of Employees Benefits and Perks Work Breaks: Breaks provided for rest. Meal Breaks: Breaks provided to eat a meal. Vacation leave:  Time for vacations every year. Severance Pay: Money given to you given to employees upon termination of employment. Pay Raise: A pay increase based on goals and achievements. Paid Holidays: Extra payment for having … Continue reading Task-Based Lesson: How to Prepare Yourself for a Job Interview

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Listening Task: 12 Infant Nutrition Do’s and Dont’s


Infant Nutrition Do's and Dont's | Newborn and Baby Development

Soft Skills: Top 5 Teamwork Skills


Definition Teamwork is the art of collaborating with others effectively and is vital in most profession Top 5 Team Work Skills Communication I am able to communicate clearly my ideas with the group I communicate information by email and by phone I communicate infomation in person My tone of voice is always friendly and professional … Continue reading Soft Skills: Top 5 Teamwork Skills

5 Great Resources to Learn More About Relative Clauses


Definition We use defining relative clauses to give essential information about someone or something – information that we need in order to understand what or who is being referred to. A defining relative clause usually comes immediately after the noun it describes. We usually use a relative pronoun (e.g. who, that, which, whose and whom) to introduce a … Continue reading 5 Great Resources to Learn More About Relative Clauses

The 60 Most Useful English Idioms


1.Beat around the bush: It is used when you avoid the main topic. 2.Cry over spilt milk: It is used when you complain about a loss from the past. 3.Take with a grain of salt: It is used when you don't take what someone says too seriously. 4. Cut Corners:  It is used when you do something bad to save money … Continue reading The 60 Most Useful English Idioms