Greetings and Endings of A Business Letter and Email

  What should I write when I want to end a business letter? Yours faithfully or Yours sincerely? Should I write the phrase “yours faithfully” with only one capital letter on the word “Yours” or should I write it with two capital letters on each word “Yours Faithfully”? Take a look at the explanation below. Use: •… Read More Greetings and Endings of A Business Letter and Email

Quick Grammar Lesson: The Particle ON and OFF in Phrasal Verbs

In the previous lesson, you have learned the meaning of the particle ‘up‘ and ‘down‘ used with a verb in phrasal verbs. If you missed it, you can check out this link. When you have finished reading the lesson in that link, you can go back here. So, today you are going to learn the meaning… Read More Quick Grammar Lesson: The Particle ON and OFF in Phrasal Verbs

How to Speak English Fluently: Think in English

If you want to speak English fluently and naturally like a native speaker, the secret is… think in English. It’s so simple, isn’t it? However, it’s not that simple for many ESL learners; they will say “I don’t have enough vocabulary” or “I need to think in my native language, then translate it to English”.… Read More How to Speak English Fluently: Think in English