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09 April 2020
Are you a current RMIT English Worldwide or Foundation Studies student who wants to study over the break? That's great. However, you might not be ...
11 January 2020
Learning a new foreign language is never easy – but it's a lot harder if you fall into these five common traps, says Anne Merritt. It’s a myth that...
13 December 2019
Students often come to the Study Support to improve their vocabulary. Here are some useful tips on how to do that. Which is your favourite tip?...
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28 November 2019
Where do I start?  Great question. Let's start with thinking about the text. Is it an essay? A newspaper article? A magazine article? An opinion...
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15 July 2019
How do I make a great sentence? What types of sentences are there in English? This post explores the topic of sentence structure in academic English...
17 May 2019
Here are two questions that confuse many international English learners. Learn the difference and meanings behind the sentences "have you been?" and...
17 April 2019
Do you know the difference between 'very' and 'too'? These two English vocabulary words can be a cause for confusion for some. Learn to understand...
Effective English Vocabulary Building
08 April 2019
Learn tips on how to effectively build your vocabulary! Nobody knows exactly how many words are in the English language.  How many English words...
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06 April 2019
Do you have a phone, a laptop or a tablet? There are many ways you can use these tools to help you improve your English. If there are any websites...
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23 March 2019
Having trouble with grammar? This video covers the main sentence types in English: simple, compound, and complex. Watch to find out more! 

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