Well, easier said than done, but here I will discuss one example I found from my own reading list. You have to believe, They've never tried and are even afraid to praise their students and let them know that they believe in them; This blog gives you some top tips about writing an engaging personal statement, some dos and don’ts and gives an insight into another student’s experiences, This is sometimes called an ATM or a hole in the wall, but most commonly a cash point, There are also lots of acroynms used to refer to different levels of qualifications which you may have seen before, Was I sure I had seen it? Was I going mad? Or had it been a ghost dog?About the author: Brian teaches general English courses at Bell Cambridge.
When I came to USA, I had to learn to deal with parents who would do the same as the church members back in the USA many years before, They've not had adequate practice in speaking in order to gain the confidence through experience that they need, This can mean for example the use of ‘puffed-up’ language; all those rather silly characteristics we sometimes use to parody academic writing, such as using very long words, unusual words, Latin phrases and so on, When I am in a mellower mood, when I need some challenging