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Thanks May Allah increase your knowledge & world get benefit from your knowledge
Very helpful and informative ....
@Anele Great to hear! I'll have to practise some more!
I really don't know to using this infographic application :( I just used a simple way, this application was available on my laptop bulletin and I have tried ... this is the result : 7 Secrets to Stay Alive in MyEC. Thanks, Tara :)
thnk you Tara you are right English is so simple to make undertsand :)
The 6th tip is about keeping your writing simple. Many English learners try to write long sentences and used advanced vocabulary. Simple writing is better. Master simple writing first. You can usually cut about 1/3 of your writing and it will still make sense.
what 6th typs mean?
Thanks everyone! I hope you'll give it a try. Sorry the text is a bit blurry. I'll work on this for next time. :)
These are really good advice for writing. You did a great job dear Tara!
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