Blog

image
10 Ways To Thank on Social Media

Are you managing your company’s social media page?      Do you want different ways to thank on social media or show appreciation to your followers; those who like, view, comment, and share your posts without saying the overused thank you?     Generally, readers of our blog have companies or teams in the US […]

image
Business English Programs

Conversational mastery in English with your international counterparts, predominantly your North American, U.S. and Canadian counterparts, is within your reach. I know you might find that hard to believe. You might have been searching all over the place on the Internet for some ideas, tips, help, well look no further, you’ve reached the right place.  […]

image
CEFR: Self-Analyze Your English Language Skills

One of the ways we track your progress through our coaching and training programs is through the use of the CEFR self-assessment tool. Take a look at the video below to help you understand how to use this tool to assess your language skills.      How can I use the CEFR to analyze my […]

image
Sign Up for “Building Trust and Good Relationships With US Clients”

Are you working in the software industry in India?    Do you work with US Clients?    Would you like to know best practices in…        We are here to help you! We have worked with over 4,000 professionals just like you!    Let’s learn simple tips you can apply in your daily […]

image
Meanings of Words Used in Software Development in Ordinary English

    This glossary is a work in progress. As I post this in September 2020, I have a list of over 130 words and phrases used by techies in daily conversations at work (with only about 1/3 defined). As I know there are plenty of people like me out there who interact with techies, […]

image
Politely Say No to US Clients

Have you ever been in a situation where you were in a conversation with a US client and needed to say no, but instead did not say anything because you did not know how to politely say no or push back? Well, today I am going to teach you a few formulas and phrases you can […]

image
Encryption & Encryption Key- Pronunciation, Meaning, Sentence Examples

Learning The English Vocabulary: encrypt, encryption, and encryption key In the continuing series of Words to Pronounce More Clearly, I shared information about the words encrypt, encryption, and encryption key.  I will guess these words are more important than ever with people working from home and wanting to keep their corporate data secure. Let’s look at […]

image
Making Sense of Confusing English Sentences

Sometime in the summer of 2019, someone shared the image below with me of the article “You Think English is Easy” by Marlene Davis. I decided to make a few video tutorials of some of these unique English sentences that seem to have double meanings.  Before I get into it, it may be safe to […]

image
I Don’t Ask To Repeat Anymore!

“7 hours of your classes helped me improve my English much more than I have ever could have expected.”  Today when I asked the student I have been giving 1 to 1 English classes to for the last three weeks “How have you been progressing on the goals we set 3 weeks ago?” the above […]

image
Writing Easy to Read Emails (Video Tutorials)

“Jennifer, when you taught this to my team, it decreased my management intervention in email communication by 75%! I could then use this time to more effectively manage the project and do other critical tasks. Thank you!”  Learning to write effective emails is a SKILL. This is regardless if you are a native English speaker […]

Categories

Related Posts