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Written English Communication Skills ::

Soft Skill brings the following impact on Written English Skills Enhancing Course in its curriculum.
  • You can write Messages
  • You can write Expansions
  • You can write Summaries
  • You can write Various Events
  • Transferring Information through writing
  • Written Interpretation, Presentation & Transfer of Data & Information
  • You can write Essays on various topics
  • You can write Various Reports
  • You can write Official Instructions
  • You can write To-Do Lists
  • You can write Business Case Studies
  • You can write Press Releases
  • You can write Executive Summaries
  • Taking Minutes of a Discussions 
  • You can write CVs or Résumés
  • You can write Covering Letters
  • You can write Personal Statements
  • You can write Effective Profiles
  • You can write Various Letters
  • You can write Effective Emails
  • You can write Impressive Email Etiquette
  • You can write Emails that Convince, Influence and Persuade
  • Common Mistakes in writing
  • Grammar in Written English
  • Spelling & Punctuation in Written English
  • Business Writing Tips
  • When to Use Capital Letters
  • Using Plain English
  • Formal and Informal writing
  • The Importance of Structure
  • Note-Taking for Reading
  • Note-Taking for Verbal Exchanges
  • Written English Language Skills
  • You can write Stories

Many people struggle with writing in English and it can seem like a real challenge to improve. Don’t worry, though. Here are some simple steps that you can take to improve your written English and impress people with your writing skills.
Expand your vocabulary
To express yourself clearly, you need a good active vocabulary. That’s not just being able to recognise lots of words – it means actually being able to use them correctly. Do this by learning new words with example sentences, not just word lists.
Tip: When you learn a new word, try to learn all the forms of that word and the prepositions that are usually used with it. (For example, rather than just the word ‘depend’, make a note of to depend on, to be dependent on, a dependant.)
Master English spelling
You must know how to spell those words correctly. Incorrect spelling changes the meaning of your sentence. For example: ‘bare’ and ‘bear’ sound the same but ‘bare’ means naked and ‘bear’ is a large animal. Additionally, incorrect spelling makes it difficult for the reader to understand what you’ve written.
Tip: Practice your spelling using flash cards and test yourself whenever you have some spare time.
Read regularly
People often say that we learn to write best by reading. Reading in English is useful in many ways. It is a great way to get an idea of the different styles of writing and see how to use words appropriately.
Tip: Choose books or articles with topics that interest you. Learning shouldn’t be boring. Read each text several times to make sure you understand how to use new words and expressions in the text.
Improve your grammar
Grammar is very important because it improves the quality of your writing. Always use the appropriate tense and remember to use punctuation. Punctuation is a great way to make your writing clear and fluent.
Tip: Always proof-read your writing twice. The first time, look for general mistakes and the second time look for mistakes with the particular grammar point you are studying at the moment.
Just do it!
Writing can be daunting. However, the best way to improve is to get a pen and paper or sit in front of your computer and actually write. Be prepared to write several versions of each text because even for professional writers, the first draft is never perfect. Remember, practice makes perfect.
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