English communication

Instill confidence and avoid misunderstanding

When your English-speaking audience reads your English text, they will be negatively affected by anything other than natural, accurate and concise text. That’s why it’s essential that your English text is free from spelling mistakes, poorly constructed sentences, grammatical errors, slang and colloquialisms.

By doing this, you’ll avoid confusing or even misleading your audience, and just as importantly, will convince them that your products and services are just as good as your excellent English text. We’ve included some examples of commonly written mistakes below.

"For two years ago I was..."In English, the word 'for' is not used
"Come to one of our events and have a funny time"'Funny' means morsom. In this case, 'Fun' would be the right word, meaning underholdende
"Our motor is very effective"'Effektiv' can mean either effective or efficient, which are completely separate features
"Our expert trainers will learn you everything you need to know"Trainers 'teach' - course attendees 'learn'
"We provide our costumers with tailored solutions"The correct spelling is 'customers'

 

 

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