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As editors/writers, we constantly come across instances of repeatedly typing some strings /phrases. It is painful, time-consuming, and error-prone. Is there a way to make this process quick, easy and error-free?
Most of us are familiar with at least two variants of the English language: North American and British. You would be surprised to know there are countless variants. A simple scroll in your ‘setting the language preference’ in MS Word will let you know the numerous variants of English extant today.
While learning, one should become a child. The childlike enthusiasm would help one learn better. Here is a fun quiz that is part of our lesson on UK and US English variants. Try this and let me know how much you like it.
Your favourite crossword section is back! Here is a crossword on UK and US variants of English. The level is basic. Enjoy solving this puzzle as we work on creating more.
What could your ninth standard teacher teach about training? Here is an interesting story of how my math teacher taught me to design our online course.
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India is largely seen as a non-native-English-speaking nation, but the country has a significantly large population of English speakers owing to its British colonial history.
To say it was a Valentine’s day is being redundant. It was when many of my colleagues and I were in our early and mid-20s, which made that V-day all the more special.
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