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Let's use English, correctly 
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Let's use English, correctly smile emoticon This will be a series of tips on common mistakes and how to correct them. Enjoy!
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Animals Idioms
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Why do we give up
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How successful people think
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Interesting facts about English
 1. ‘E’ is the most commonly used letter in the English language.
2. More English words begin with the letter ‘S’ than any other letter of the alphabet.
3. ‘I am.’ is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.
4. The longest English word that can be spelled without repeating any letters is ‘uncopyrightable’.
5. The following sentence contains seven different spellings of the sound “ee”: ‘He believed Caesar could see people seizing the seas’.
6. There is no word in the English language that rhymes with month, orange, silver or purple.
7. ‘Queueing’ is the only word with five consecutive vowels (five vowels in a row).
8. English is the official language of the sky! It doesn’t matter which country they are from, all pilots speak in English on international flights.
9. Approximately one new word is added to the English language every two hours and around 4,000 new words are added to the English dictionary every year.
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Transcreation
The term “transcreation” is relatively new and therefore not all people are aware of what it exactly means, what the role of a transcreator entails and what skills they should have.
To start with, let’s define “transcreation”. One simple definition is that it is the process of customizing content for a specific audience. That said, transcreation, unlike translation, is not merely transforming words from one language to another. It rather involves many aspects that have to be taken into account.
Transcreation is mainly associated with marketing materials. When a company is about to launch a marketing campaign in a region or a country, it needs to have all the materials written in the local language. It is well known that reading product documentation in your language has a great effect on how you view the product and directly affects your buying decision. Since marketing campaigns are associated with your company’s image and reputation, you have to carefully select the transcreator!
The successful transcreator should have a very polished style and the ability to “play” with words without compromising the meaning. It is highly recommended that the transcreator is based in the region where the marketing campaign will be launched. This guarantees that they live the same culture as the target audience and is therefore able to add the cultural sense to the content. Finally, they should also have good knowledge of the product being marketed.
To sum up, every transcreator is a translator but not the opposite! A transcreator to a translator is like a copywriter to a writer. The transcreator delivers a copy of the content in a local flavor!
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Delivering a Successful Presentation
When we talk about a successful presentation, the first thing we think of is “confidence”. However, it is equally important to be sure not to pretend you are someone else other than yourself! Being YOU is the key to taking the stress out and keeping your audience engaged.
Below are some good tips on how to deliver a great presentation that engage your audience until the “Thank You” slide
1: Know your audience. You should know the interests and level of education of your audience so that you inspire them and keep them motivated. Knowing your audience means delivering a presentation that meets their expectations and delivers information that really matters to them.
2: Be positive. It is very important to stay positive. People tend to be inspired by positive speakers who give them positive energy rather than passive feelings!
3: Body language. Eye contact gets you closer to your audience and establishes a bond of intimacy. When you do this, you feel more confident and your audience become more engaged.
4: You are not reading. Yes, you are not reading from a book. Your voice tone should reflect the situation. You should know how to stress a word and when to raise or lower your tone.
5: PowerPoint Slides. If you choose to use slides, include photos and images; a picture is worth a thousand words. Slides are good for organizing your ideas and helping your audience retain the information longer. However, be sure not to use too much text and to use bullet points. Most important of all, make sure to align what appears on the screen with what you are saying! Again, this enforces the idea you are discussing and keeps your audience engaged.
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