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The Top 5 Med School Application Tips

Are you dreaming of studying abroad to become a doctor? Check out these handy tips from our friends at SchoolApply, and start charting your path to success! While there are generally no limits on which subjects international students can study abroad, medical studies are one exception. Med schools are highly regulated, and not all schools […]

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Preparing for College Life in the USA

This post is a contribution from our friends at ABA English. Are you planning a semester abroad in the United States? College life in the USA may be very different from your country, so let us help you get you ready for this unique experience. College Lingo Universities vary in size, from a few thousand […]

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Adjusting Expectations: What to Do Next If Your Scores are Low or You Don’t Get into Your Dream School

You’ve twisted and turned through sleepless nights, wondered all day and night if you got into your dream school or earned high enough scores to apply, until the anxiety peaks and you get your scores or application letter. Those scores or acceptance letters will change your life.   Unfortunately, you didn’t get into your dream […]

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US and UK Food Name Differences

English can often be complicated enough without have to complicate things any more, right? You know us, we love to make things complicated for absolutely no reason whatsoever and we have gone and done it again with foods. In today’s post we are going to look at foods which, depending on where you live or […]

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Do Mixed Conditionals Mix You Up?

Today we are going to look at mixed conditionals. In English there are two types of mixed conditionals:   Present result of a past condition This mixed conditional is used when we are referring to an unreal past condition and its probable present result. Structure: If + past perfect (condition clause) + present conditional (main […]

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How and When to Use Indirect Questions

Today we’re going to look at indirect questions. There are two main ways of asking questions in English: directly and indirectly. Both have the same meaning. However, we use indirect questions when we want to be more polite or more formal. Look at the following example of a direct question: Where is the nearest train station? To be more polite or formal, ask an indirect […]

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The Future Perfect

Hey, everyone! Are you all ready to brush up on some important grammar? I bet you are so let’s go! The Future Perfect is a slightly difficult tense in English but it is important to learn how to use it correctly.   Firstly, the Future Perfect tense is used to express the idea that something will […]

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