Part II of a blog post highlighting the most common English copywriting errors found in Korea, often resulting from not using a native English proofreader—such as DC CopyPro. You can find details on DC CopyPro's free consulting service to help you avoid such errors in this blog post.
How learning English number prefixes can increase your vocabulary
Part II of a post on English number prefixes. Along with more examples of common words that begin with number prefixes, this post also examines the Korean counting system and teaches you how to read a 36-digit number.
I bet you can count higher in English than in Korean
Learning a few prefixes can help you improve your understanding and your vocabulary. There are several number prefixes in English. Learning them will help you understand common words in new ways and how to identify large numbers in English.
Help me help you—what can DC CopyPro, English copywriter in Korea, do for you?
I know what I like to write about, but what do YOU want to read about? Don't be shy! Get in touch and request a topic (or several) or ask a question. What's the worst that can happen? I may not write about your topic. That's it. What have you got to lose?
How many words can you gloss over and still understand something?
Foreign language learners wonder when they'll be able to read and listen to that language and understand everything. But even native speakers don't comprehend everything they read or hear. What percent of words do we need to understand in order to comprehend a written or oral passage?
Part II—How to increase comprehension using words you already know
Part II—A practical examination of why you should spend your time learning different meanings of words you already know, rather than trying to improve your comprehension by learning more words.
How can I increase my vocabulary? Size doesn’t always matter!
Learning more words is rarely the solution to comprehension troubles. How well do you know the 2,000 most frequently used words? Even if you have no interest in language learning, this post clearly demonstrates how challenging English can be—even when only using simple words.
The best way to write Korean names in English? Well, it’s complicated…
Writing your name in English is one of the first things language learners are taught. But watching the Olympics reminded me that writing Korean names in English isn't straightforward.
Best way to increase your vocabulary? Stop learning new words!
Many language learners mistakenly believe that learning more and more words is the solution to their comprehension woes. This is rarely the case. Learning new meanings for words you already know will likely yield far greater benefits.
7 business email faux pas that guarantee you won’t get a reply
There's more to putting forth a professional image than proper grammar and spelling. Make these 7 mistakes when writing business emails to guarantee you won't get a reply.
Confusing English verb tenses and the 5 tenses you need to focus on
Clarification about similar verb tenses and suggestions on which verb tenses English language learners should focus on.
All 12 English verb tenses—clearly explained [with examples]
A clear explanation of the meanings and uses of the 12 English verb tenses, with examples.
How to learn English more effectively than RM from BTS
Step-by-step guide on how to use the Chrome extension "Language Learning with Netflix."