Writing lessons are very popular with students and I am sure that you are interested in improving your writing skills. Discovering different ways to improve your writing can be a bit overwhelming (with all the information available on the internet) so I wanted to make it easier.
Discover 5 simple habits and changes that you can make to dramatically improve your writing.
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Lesson 1: Using the Past Conditional: Your last vacation.
Being able to write in the past conditional is very useful. Here we look at how it can be used to describe your last vacation.
Lesson 2: How to give Instructions in English for real life tasks.
Writing lessons do not need to be difficult. Here we look at how to give instructions in English. This is a very useful lesson as you will need to give or receive directions in real life (especially when travelling).
Lesson 3: Using your English to explain real life situations.
Explaining what has happened is a challenging task, especially when you are upset. In this lesson we look at how you can explain to a police officer that you have been robbed.
Lesson 4: Let me proofread your cover-letter or resume for free!
This was a great lesson, when I was still able to provide it for free. Review other resumes and learn what mistakes to avoid when writing your own.
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