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War of words: From #Abhinandan to 'dodging the bullet', learning word chunks better

Learning words in chunks helps English language learners use the newly learned words effectively while speaking and writing. There are many advantages of learning word chunks

Published on 9th March 2019
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Why everyone should check out Odisha-born rapper Samir Rishu Mohanty aka Big Deal's original songs

If you haven't heard rapper Samir Rishu Mohanty already, you totally should. From his confrontational-style video, Are You Indian, to his song for Skilled in Odisha, the rapper has come a long way

Published on 31st January 2019
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Get booked: KidEngage is doing all it can to help children discover the infinite joys of reading again

They have also conducted more than 75 summer camps and have page views upwards of 1.5 million 

Published on 19th January 2019
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Rituparna Sarkar's Insta project-turned-illustrated book 'Wonder Words' will definitely make you feel 'ambedo'

From Rituparna Sarkar's 100-day Insta project to an illustrated book called Wonder Words — it's been an interesting journey of wordplay. We find out more

Published on 31st December 2018
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IIIT-H student Lalitha Kameswari became the proud national winner of Mytrah Talks

Lalitha Kameswari presented her research on language and how it impacts politics at the talks

Published on 12th November 2018
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Innovative online English lessons are helping learners teach themselves

En.news is owned by Mike Elchik, the founder and president of WeSpeke, a global language technology company based in the US and affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute

Published on 10th November 2018
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Here are a few softwares that will make writing a PhD thesis easier 

While Grammarly can help you deliver error-free documents, Mendeley can help you manage the references for your thesis

Published on 24th April 2018
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Why is it important to learn words in chunks?

According to Neuroscience research, it is easier for us to remember lexical chunks than isolated words

Published on 9th July 2018
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This nine-year-old from Bengaluru just won the fifth position in an international spelling bee competition

Navya Gupta, a third grader from Greenwood High, Bengaluru, participated in the competition seeing over 100 schools across India, Kuwait, and the Middle East

Published on 6th June 2018
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The Ellipses is called the Economist of the English language. Find out why!

Albert Rayan elaborates on Ellipses in the English language - to avoid using unnecessary repetition of words

Published on 4th June 2018
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Here's why you should NEVER stop your kid from peeing when they want to

Author Neha Singh's latest book, I Need to Pee tells us why we must not reprimand children when they express their desire to use the loo anywhere, anytime

Published on 1st June 2018
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Son of Indian-American Scripps National Spelling Bee champ hopes to make history

The field of spellers expanded by more than 200 this year because Scripps started a wild-card program to give opportunities to more kids from highly competitive regions

Published on 30th May 2018
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Update your vocabulary, know the difference between who and whom 

Traditional grammarians (formal) go by traditional grammar rules whereas modern grammarians (normal) go by the evidence of language in use

Published on 28th May 2018
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Vacation or holiday, pupil or student: Find out what's the correct usage here 

The most noticeable difference between American and British English is the vocabulary. There are numerous words that are different and used in entirely different contexts

Published on 6th May 2018
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20k kids in Odisha are going to spend summer learning Maths and lovin' it. Here's why

Government school students in three districts of Odisha are all set to enjoy Tata Steel's summer camps that will be conducted over the next couple of months

Published on 18th April 2018

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