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Full ISLPR® Test: A full ISLPR® test is a two-part…
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Listening to the radio is an inexpensive way to improve…
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The only way to improve your English is to continue…
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If you’ve been reading our blog posts and following our…
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The only way to improve your English is to continue…
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Previously on our blog we had posted guidelines for each…
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Previously on our blog we had posted guidelines for each…
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Previously on our blog we had posted guidelines for each…
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We have a couple of pages on our website that…
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We recently changed the process to apply for an ISLPRA®…
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This is not a short blog post like our usual…
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Last Updated: 26 August 2020 When are we resuming our…
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We receive many requests for information on formatting letters. The…
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Dates can be written in varying formats depending on the…
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Do you know the difference? These three words are homophones…
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Nouns and Adjectives In English, nouns can function as adjectives…
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Comparatives Use _er, _est if the adjective has one or…
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Adjectives in English do not become plural if they are…
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Ever wondered how and where to use a comma? Then…
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In any list, put commas between the items but “and”…
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because of (preposition), e.g. Because of the rain, the match…
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Honorifics are titles like Mr, Miss, Ms, Mrs, Doctor, Professor,…
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A colon points forward to what follows.  It is commonly…
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Semi-colons (;) have two common functions.  First, a semi-colon is…
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‘and’ and ‘but’ ‘and’ and ‘but’ join clauses into a…
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An apostrophe shows possession or ownership.  singular noun + ‘s…
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Prepositions used with time expressions often cause problems. Here are…
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At ISLPR Language Services, writing is the biggest problem we…
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Did you know that we have an ISLPR Self-Assessment Quiz…
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One of the most frequent questions we receive from candidates…
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The term “collocation” refers to the way in which words…
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Today’s blog post is about two words that many people…
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Do you know the difference? The first three words are…
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Possessive Adjectives: Person Singular Plural 1 my our 2 your…
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