Simplified Speech #088 – How to write English like a native speaker

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Many of our listeners have become better English speakers, but what does it take to become a better English writer? In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Jeremy give their advice on how to write like a native English speaker.

Fun facts

There are around 4000 new English words added to the Oxford English Dictionary every year. One reason is that new technology requires us to come up with descriptive terms for new actions. For example, emoji, tweet, retweet, crowdfund, and so many more have only been made official words in the last 10 years..

Expressions included in the study guide

  • Thirsty
  • To throw [someone] under the bus
  • Ton
  • Hack
  • Open-ended

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Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar

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