Writing & Speaking

Why are some bilingual people dyslexic in English but not their other language?
By Md. Washim Munshi · 5 days ago
In the English-speaking world, dyslexia is a familiar learning disorder. Most people are likely to have known someone who found reading and writing trickier than their peers. In fact, more than one in 10 people ...
Types of public speaking training Singapore courses to take up
By Paul Fazlon · 4 weeks ago
A person needs to know how to speak in public places and be able to address a gathering if they choose to become a leader. One of the main abilities of a leader should be ...
How to present academic papers?
By Taillor Maizer · 1 month ago
Introduction A fundamental aspect in the realization of the different works that, throughout our studies, will be raised to us is that of their presentation. Although it may seem that it is a minor matter, ...
Reaction paper
By Daniel Johnson · 1 month ago
The main objective behind reaction paper is to create you to read an article, be it an academic book, film, documentary or television show critically. You're not only supposed to express your ideas on a ...
Great resumes fast review
By Luis Berkman · 1 month ago
Whether you want to save some time or you want to improve your resume's appearance, you can do so by using a resume editing service. However, it is not advisable that you hire the first ...
The Characteristics of a Good Children’s Book
By Georgia Wilson · 2 months ago
Children’s books come in varying shapes and sizes. They also differ in tones of voice, types of plot, levels of vocabulary, and so on. Because of this, it might be difficult to determine what kinds ...
Updating Your LinkedIn Profile For The COVID-19 Pandemic
By Matthew Warzel, Cprw · 4 months ago
We are certainly living in extraordinary times. Most of us find ourselves staying safe at home, learning new ways to help our colleagues, clients, and families. I certainly hope each of you are staying physically ...
Must I Be A Good Writer For Me To Blog?
By Abduljabbar Ramadhan Ali · 4 months ago
Several people who wanted to start blogging asked me this question multiple times. I was like "Noo! You don't need to be a good writer for you to start your blog." I'm not a good ...
How to write a final year project from chapter one to five
By Chibueze Samuel · 4 months ago
A final year project is an individual work consisting of 10,000 and 20,000 words. It is a scientific investigation that usually uses scientific methods to achieve defined objectives and answer the research questions. Completion of ...
Bhagavad-Gita - the Song of God! Eternal message of spiritual wisdom!
By Hema Selamberam · 5 months ago
Bhagavad Gita is the highest transcendental knowledge spoken by Lord Krishna himself. That is to say, the sacred Word of God - is a dialogue between Krishna, and his disciple, Arjuna. At any time, I ...
It all began on a blustery Rainy Day…AND It all ended with a beautiful Sunset!
By Hema The Soulful Writer · 6 months ago
I still freshly remember it was on 12/03/2019… I wake up to the perpetual pitter-patter of rain upon my windows, droplets yet to scatter the dawning rays of the rising sun. It certainly wasn’t a ...
English Grammar Rules
By Cyprain Esemuede · 7 months ago
ENGLISH GRAMMAR RULES COMPILED BY ESEMUEDE CYPRAIN Advanced English grammar  Compound Adjectives English Grammar A compound adjective is sometimes called a hyphenated adjective. What are they? Let's look at the following sentences: • I ...
Management: Successful Writing at Work
By Jimmy Ruiz · 7 months ago
This class helped me to appreciate the power of writing in the business realm. First, I found the introductory section of Chapter 2 about the writing process at work quite insightful. It was interesting to ...
How to Break Into Video Game Journalism
By Limarc Ambalina · 8 months ago
In this article on KeenGamer, I talk about how I became a freelance journalist. More specifically, I discuss how I began my career, transitioned into the video game journalism field, and started to make money ...
Stress Associated with Student Life
By Anna Humphries · 9 months ago
Education can be a challenging process, especially when exam time is around. There are, however, different areas of student life which bring an equal amount of stress as the exams do. Academic anxieties, parental expectations, ...
Hit writer's block? The advantages of hiring a resume writer
By Matt Glodz · 9 months ago
When it comes time to prepare a resume, most of us tend to wing it. We find a template online or borrow one from a friend. Then, we rely on (often contradicting) advice to piece ...
5 Resume Bloopers Which Could Be Wrecking Your Job Search
By Bob Parker · 1 year ago
The same way as in the orchestra a mistake of one instrument can cause disharmony and discord of the whole monumental composition, one minor typo in the resume can be a fatal mistake that will ...
4 Top Reasons Why Resumes Are So Hard To Write
By Elise Jobdiva · 1 year ago
Why resumes are so hard to write is because we really don’t know what to say about ourselves. It’s true no one knows us better than we do, but yet to get it out on ...
If you think that bidding process is over after submitting the proposal, then think again.
By Tim Entwisle · 1 year ago
After a long period of research and evaluation, once you finally submit your tender proposal, it might seem like the end of your procurement journey, but in reality, that couldn’t be further from the truth. ...
Survival through Sanitation Sensitization
By Ralph Jonathan · 1 year ago
Sanitation issues vividly impact life in Africa; over 2.5 billion people in developing countries of Africa don’t have access to basic sanitation. Sanitation refers to conditions relating to public health, especially the provision of clean ...