this newsletter is a resource to continue learning of any language (english to begin with) and to continue strengthening your language skills.
🕰️Time for Chrono-speculation and deduction!
A lab assistant speculates about the whereabouts of his scientist boss who looks different and wonders if he has traveled through time, but later finds out the truth. Modals and how to speak about speculation and deduction. Read more
🎤 Once Upon a Hire: How to Tell Your Story and Land That Dream Job!
👋 Welcome back, language lovers! Today we’re diving into the wild world of job interviews in ENGLISH and you are a non-native English speaker! Yikes! Not fun. A job interview is stressful enough without the language component. 🤯 This theme focuses on how to answer tricky job interview questions using storytelling techniques to make them… Read more
💭 Teamwork makes Dreamwork
Hey there, language lovers! Welcome to Languages.guru, where we bring you the latest and greatest insights on all things linguistic. In today’s fast-paced and competitive business world, companies are constantly looking for ways to optimize their operations and stay ahead of the curve. One of the most effective ways to achieve this is by transforming… Read more
🚀 3, 2, 1, 0 Blast off!
Hey there! What’s the latest news from the final frontier? Are you ready for a journey to the moon and beyond? NASA’s Artemis Project is just the ticket you need! With the goal of returning humans to the moon and eventually sending them to Mars, Artemis is a groundbreaking project that is sure to change… Read more
concise + precise = F1 grand prix
How’s it going? A casual, informal greeting used by an individual or group or individuals addressing another individual (or group or individuals). Often used instead of or in conjunction with (following) word such as hello, hi or hey. There are many ways to answer the question. Just keep it short and informal. Positive: – I’m… Read more
go with the flow
Transformations, transitions, trans-morphing Howdy… A greeting used primarily in the southern part of the U.S. Short for “How do you do?” We answer with a tip of a hat, nod or better “Mornin!“, “Afternoon!“, or “Evenin!” than “good morning“, “good afternoon“, or “good evening“. How your money became my money and then, it was “poof” gone. Once upon… Read more