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Illiterate England: 10 signs that we’re losing it

March 12, 2014 10:25 am6 comments
Illiterate England: 10 signs that we’re losing it

Wednesday 29th May 2013. The day that Oxford University English professor Simon Horobin became a Judas to English Grammar Nazis all over the world. The day that he dared to say, at The Telegraph Hay Literary Festival no less, that it wouldn’t be sacrilegious to have one standardized spelling for the three […]

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Do you make these CV mistakes?

December 3, 2013 10:23 am0 comments
Do you make these CV mistakes?

It’s a phrase so repeated that it brings a yawn to my face every time I have to utter it. ‘A CV can make or break a career.’ A CV is a personal advertisement for you, therefore it is essential that the CV projects a good impression of you if […]

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Words From The Streets – Interview with Tony Thorne

November 4, 2012 5:20 pm0 comments
Words From The Streets – Interview with Tony Thorne

Slang is created with the use of informal words and expressions, which are not expected to be part of a standard dialect or language. It’s used in different contexts, including SMS messaging, social networking sites, and spoken communication. Has slang changed in London since the early part of the 20th […]

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