Resume in English – 5 Common Mistakes

Here are the five most common mistakes we come across at English Trackers when we edit non-native English speakers’ resumes. The difficulty in translating a CV lies in the fact that education systems are unique to each country. Move onto  job descriptions and company departments, and there’s a whole » Read More

What Do Your Emails Say About You?

The language we use shapes the way that other people see us, so it is important to think carefully about the way that we present ourselves, both in speech and in writing, particularly when we are working on business correspondence. Writing Professional Emails Recognizing the importance of careful editing, » Read More

4 Job Hunting Tips for New Graduates

Psst. Can’t be bothered to read? Why not listen to our recorded blog post instead?   Four job hunting tips for new graduates that will help get you ready for the workplace: Prepare your CV Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start when you’re sitting down » Read More

How to Write a Report

 Psst. Can’t be bothered to read? Why not listen to our recorded blog post instead?   Being able to write a structured and well-argued report is an important part of our lives, whether it is an essay for school or university or a report for work. And yet, we rarely ever » Read More

So Many Ways to Say ‘I’m Sorry’

Question: When do we apologise in English?   Answer: All the time! For everything! Well, not quite, but English people apologise when: 1) We’ve done something wrong. For ex: I step on a man’s shoe on the subway and he turns around looking angry. I automatically say ‘I’m sorry!’ » Read More