As a non-English native speaker, I learned that in English you say make a decision, instead of take a decision, which would be the natural choice for a Spanish speaker like me. But lately, I have heard both expressions. So, what is the difference between them? Read on to find out more!
My Language Hub (MLH) has moved into Letchworth Garden City From Home to Office-based In September, My Language Hub (MLH), a local Language Service Provider (LSP) set up its office in the centre of Letchworth, after two years of being home-based. Market research showed that there was no dedicated LSP in the local area. Nearby towns, […]
IELTS for non-native English speakers In this blog my aim is to continue with the theme of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). In this instance, I would like to discuss the requirement for those for whom English is not their first or native language. Who is the IELTS examination aimed at? Most people […]
International English Language Test System (IELTS) for native English speakers by Hugh Ottewell As a born and bred first language English speaker, I recall how offended and irritated I felt on learning that, should I ever wish to emigrate to say Australia, I would be required to sit the IELTS exam in order to prove […]