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Managing cross-cultural communication

1-    Explain how choosing to use a particular language in preference to another language in a cross-cultural meeting can affect the interaction and the outcomes of the... more


How might I improve my student’s grammar


What is there to know about the new TOEFL?


I dont know understand this sentence kinldy explain

I'm getting forgetful in my old age.

Is it correct to use "most" + "-est" together?

I was over exaggerating while writing something for class and I wrote >Welcome to the **most wildest** show on earth. Someone pointed out the *most wildest* and I was wondering if it was OK to... more

What does 'after commencement' mean in the following sentence?

I have some trouble understanding legal terms. I'll be very grateful to you if you could clarify the meaning of 'after commencement' in the first sentence of the British Nationality Act... more


Which pronunciation of 'either' is preferred?

I pronounce 'ei' in 'either' like in German (so, like 'I' in English). This is natural for me.But I've heard people pronouncing it as 'eee', so which version is correct? Or maybe both are correct?

Why should mitigation be taught in ESL classrooms?

Mitigation is a worldwide technique used to soften or indirectly say an otherwise direct statement. It is most commonly used in situations where one person is a subordinate to another. However,... more


Translating "He hurts her more than she does to him."?


How can I understand "mit am besten"?

Or more generally: mit + superlative.

How do I prepare for an interview?


Why is it "in meinem Herzen"?


is "wie geschnitten Brot" grammatically correct?


How to use mitfeiern?

I came across this phrase >Schade, dass wir nicht mitfeiern können which means >Shame we can’t be there to celebrate with you but I couldn’t find more examples of these word. I... more


Possessive pronoun, how to use them as "Stellvertreter" vs. "Begleiter"?

I am learning about *Possessivpronomen* few days now, but there is one thing confusing me. When I am looking at the table, I see *Begleiter* possessive pronouns and *Stellvertreter* possessiv... more


Can we say “se” instead of “sie”?


Difference between Austrian and German?

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