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Tên người trên thế giới – Naming practice

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Bài nghiên cứu về tên người tại các quốc gia trên thế giới. Xem nguyên bản tại đây.

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Nguyên tắc KISS trong viết tiếng Anh – Keep It Short and Simple

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Xem thêm bài: Cách viết tiếng Anh [và bất kỳ tiếng nào on earth] ngắn gọn, súc tích – Writing clear, concise sentences

Xem thêm bài: Cách biến hóa trong viết tiếng Anh (và cả tiếng Việt) để tránh nhàm chán – Variation in writing


To achieve greater clarity:

  • split long sentences (and paragraphs) into two or three shorter ones;
  • cut out unnecessary words – using active verbs where possible can help you do this;
  • replace overly complex phrasing with simple, everyday language;
  • use bullet points for lists of facts or information;
  • avoid ambiguous expressions.

See the the details of the principle below:

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Quy tắc viết hoa trong tiếng Anh – Rules for capitalising words in English

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Below are the most important rules for capitalising words in English.

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Thuyết trình bằng tiếng Anh – Vocabulary and phrases for making presentations in English

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Overviews

After you give your opening statement, you should give a brief overview of your presentation. This includes what your presentation is about, how long you will take and how you are going to handle questions.

For example, a presentation to sales staff could start like this:
“Welcome / “Hello everyone.”

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Một số kỹ năng giao tiếp tiếng Anh khi tham gia cuộc họp – Getting the most out of meetings

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If you work for a company where meetings are held in English, you may have had one or these problems:

  • being unable to say what you mean clearly and concisely
  • being unable to interrupt others to make a point
  • being unable to prevent others from interrupting you
  • being unable to understand others – especially if they joke, go off the point, or speak too quickly
  • being unable to understand what the action points are – and what you’re expected to do
  • being unable to concentrate for long periods of time on complex or detailed discussions
  • being shy (not willing to initiate a discussion, even though you have plenty of things to say)

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Ôi, ngữ pháp! Đến dân bản ngữ cũng còn ỏm tỏi với nhau [2]

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Grammar can be tough. There are a lot of rules to follow, and a lot to wrap your head around. Some of the rules we learn in school, though, aren’t exactly accurate. While some function as helpful guidelines for style and form, other so-called ‘rules’ are inventions, or ‘superstitions,’ as the lexicographer Henry W. Fowler called them.

Here are some common grammar myths:

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Cách viết thư xin việc – Writing job applications [1]

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Employers may receive hundreds of applications for a job, so it’s vital to make sure that the letter or e-mail you send with your CV/résumé creates the right impression. It’s your opportunity to say why you want the job and to present yourself as a candidate for the post in a way that impresses a prospective employer and makes you stand out as a prospective employee.

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Vài quy tắc cơ bản về sử dụng tiếng Anh – elementary rules of English usage

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Form the possessive singular of nouns with ‘s.

Follow this rule whatever the final consonant. Thus write,

Charles’s friend

Burns’s poems

the witch’s malice

This is the usage of the United States Government Printing Office and of the Oxford University Press.

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