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Traveler’s Guide to Tipping in the United States

So you’re taking a trip to the United States for vacation, business, school, or even the Junior Summer Vacation Study Program hosted by Access to Language Studies and you may have heard that you should tip just about everyone that you come in contact with.  Well, you probably heard pretty

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5 Tips to Improve your Spoken English

Learning how to speak a new language isn’t easy. You may be able to read the words and understand the meaning, but trying to articulate the words or phrases for yourself, can be a challenging skill that takes students years to master.  To effectively speak English, you’ll need practice and

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5 Tips to Prepare for a Study Abroad Trip

Studying abroad is something you have to do at least once in your life. You will create unforgettable memories, experience a new culture firsthand, and learn many new things throughout your trip. We understand that studying abroad can be scary sometimes as you will be a long way from home,

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Tips and Tricks to Learning English as a Second Language

Learning English as a second language isn’t easy. It can get frustrating, boring, and challenging to commit to learning.  However, if you do one small thing every day, it can make the learning process more exciting and help you learn quicker. If you want to commit to learning the language,

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5 Helpful Tips to Learn English Quickly

Are you trying to learn English but just don’t have time to sit down and study every day? Here are 5 of the best tips to help you learn English quicker and have fun doing so. 1. Watch videos you’re interested in on YouTube in English Whatever your hobbies and

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Common Uses of Abbreviations and Acronyms to Look Out For

The English language primarily uses two different ways of shortening words. The first way is abbreviations. Abbreviations are a shortened version of a longer word, such as the word ‘Mister’ is often shortened to ‘Mr.’ in the English language. The other way words are shortened is with acronyms. Acronyms take

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How Watching Television Can Improve Your English

A basic-level understanding of English will only get you so far. To get by in the country and interact with others, you’ll need to develop an understanding that expands past your ESL classroom education. You may be surprised to know that one of the best ways to do this is

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Simple Tricks to Memorize English Vocabulary

Have you ever been in a situation where you need to order your favorite food in English but just could not remember the word for it? Sometimes the toughest part of learning a new language is just remembering all of the words you need to know. You can be an

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