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Rediscovering Axia: Embracing the True Value of Life Beyond Materialism
Learn what AXIA is and how it can help you find true purpose in life.
How to Write a Good Paragraph – deep dive
Would you like to know how to write an effective paragraph? There are three simple rules to follow which you can learn in this lesson.
Learn how to use conditional sentences from characters from Star Wars
Learn and practice conditional sentences with Yoda, Luke Skywalker and other Star Wars characters. Who said that grammar lessons have to boring 😉
How the Work Hustle Hurts You – 3 Way to Avoid Burnout with Shade Zahrani
Phrasal verbs about money and shopping with Lucy
Is Poland becoming a new European superpower
How to talk about winter sports – skiing and snowboarding
5 questions to guide your career choices
Are you on the right path professionally? Check out these five questions to guide your career choices. This lesson is based on Harvard Business Review management tip.
Speaking practice – a trip to the supermarket
Developing an argument – part 2 – personal comment
Structure your writing around one core idea
Test your prepositions in the business context – part 3
Test your prepositions in the business context – part 2
Leave a lasting memory using as few words as possible
Phrasal verbs about people and relationships with Lucy
Build luck into your Career
Unlimited memory by Kevin Horsley
Would you like to know how to remember words, events, names, etc. better? Here’re some great tips on how to improve your memory.
How to get your boss to recognize your work
What the Navy’s TOPGUN program really teaches you with Guy Snodgrass
How to take a brain break with Jim Kwik
Language of business meetings with Lucy
Build a Stronger Work Ethic
Vocabulary about risk and danger with Lucy
English for business meetings
Buy Nothing Day
The English language is so confusing by Leikola Ismo
What we wear at -71°C in Yakutia
Talking point. Part 1. How to be diplomatic.
Test your question tags – part 1
Vocabulary about mistakes and apologies with Lucy
Seven habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey
Vocabulary about understanding and confusion with Lucy
Make your writing clearer and more persuasive
Talking about weather – questions tags
Business writing style – clarity, simplicity and emphasis
Vocabulary about employment and company structure with Lucy
Give a Great Presentation by Engaging Your Audience
Choose Your Words Wisely When Making a Sales Pitch
Making contacts – small talk
Meet Pete – My Dream Job – Chapter 1
Test your prepositions in the business context – part 1
Uses of Present Simple and Present Continuous Tenses
Test your understanding how we use Present Simple and Present Continuous tenses in English.