5,000 Words per Hour – Is That Possible?

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Write 5,000 words per hour – that seems like a HUGE amount of words to get down on paper in a relatively SHORT amount of time. Building up to 5,000 words per hour But here was author Chris Fox, author of 5,000 Words Per Hour: Write Faster, Write Smarter talking » Read More

The Art of Successful Resume Writing

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  In today’s job economy, hundreds and often thousands of resumes are submitted to any given job offer online. This makes it incredibly difficult to craft a resume that stands out from the rest. On the surface, a resume is nothing more than a piece of paper with a few over » Read More

Shakespeare’s English: Still in Use Today

Shakespeare's English

You may have seen a few weeks ago that 23rd April marked the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. It’s an understatement to say that Shakespeare was a master of the English language, even creating countless new words and phrases to enhance the meaning in his writing, many of » Read More

Trumped Down: Donald’s Mastery of Simple Speech

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  Over the past few months at English Trackers we’ve been fascinated by the US Election race and astonished by Donald Trump’s rising support. We thought we’d take a closer look at some of his speeches to try to understand why his use of language seems to be striking » Read More