Important moments in Canadian history

09 February, 2017
James Burt

It’s only about one-hundred fifty years old and is the second largest country in the world. It has cold winters and hot summers. People there love hockey and Tim Hortons doughnuts. That’s all you really need to know about Canada. Actually it’s not!

Common English grammar mistakes

27 January, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Learning a language is a huge undertaking, not only in terms of vocabulary and speech, but also ultimately putting it all down in writing. English grammar has many pitfalls that are easy to fall into, and whether you’re a native speaker or a language learner, it is easy to make mistakes. 

How to use the past tense in English

20 January, 2017
Erin O'Neill

When you’re learning a new language, one of the most difficult things to understand is grammar. There’s a lot to remember and practise, making grammar something that many people struggle with. In English, there are two main tenses; the past and the present. In this article we will explore the past tense and how to use it correctly.

Top tips to improve your presentation skills

13 January, 2017
Erin O'Neill

It isn’t unusual to be tasked with giving a presentation; whether it’s during university classes or as part of a job. Many of us, understandably, aren’t completely comfortable with delivering a presentation to a group of people – public speaking can be a nerve-wracking experience. 

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