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Geoffrey Mutie

Geoffrey Mutie

My name is Geoffrey! I am constantly looking for new ways to improve my writing skills and my interpersonal skills, which in my opinion help a person be professional.

The Practical Significance of Learning Chinese Pīnyīn Well

The Practical Significance of Learning Chinese Pīnyīn Well

Here are some reasons why mastering Chinese Pīnyīn is crucial for learners.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
Chinese
“XOXO” Meaning and Its Origin

“XOXO” Meaning and Its Origin

Generally, XOXO is an informal phrase used to express love, good friendship, faith, and sincerity when concluding well-meaning messages, emails, or letters.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
How to address a letter

How to address a letter

There are some things you must include when addressing formal or business letters. They are critical when you want to impress the recipient and get a quick response.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
Amongst vs. Among: The Difference

Amongst vs. Among: The Difference

“Among” is usually used in the US (American English), whereas “amongst” is commonly used in Britain (British English).

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Geoffrey Mutie
English
ILY: meaning and uses

ILY: meaning and uses

Many people tend to get confused about this trendy acronym when their friends or relatives text them. However, here are other ILY meanings you should know.

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Geoffrey Mutie
English
The Differences Between “How are You Doing?” and “How are You?”

The Differences Between “How are You Doing?” and “How are You?”

The two phrases typically sound the same. But do you know that there’s a significant difference between “how are you?” and “how are you doing?”

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
Rules of Using “Not Only But Also”

Rules of Using “Not Only But Also”

So, when you need to connect clauses that are complete sentences themselves, a comma is inserted to separate them. But when used to link nouns, a comma mustn’t be inserted.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
When to Use “Hope You are Well”

When to Use “Hope You are Well”

Generally, it’s believed that “hope you are well” is a more extended version of “hi” or “hello.” It’s a polite phrase of small talk. Here are 10 synonyms to the phrase “hope you are well”

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Geoffrey Mutie
English