CVM English in Business 2014

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This course is an exploration of virtual partnerships particularly with Cégep de Jonquière.

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6 années 2 mois ago

Grammarly found a couple of punctuation errors, but in general spelling and grammar were ok.

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6 années 2 mois ago

This is a really good idea. You guys should really put them on the market. I would buy them.

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6 années 2 mois ago

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6 années 2 mois ago

GrammarlyLite detected no errors in my short text.

6 années 2 mois ago

I find your post very interesting. I'm agree with your point of view about integrity, but i will add a few comments about it. The key of success is the combination of integrity, bravery, perspective and social intelligence. Will all theses aspects, you can be at the top but, like you said in your post, the most important aspect is integrity. My definition on integrity is when someone does or says something because it’s in his values. When you respect your self you represent integrity.

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6 années 2 mois ago

When I've transferred my text into reverse, grammar light wasn't working for me, it showed me my writing errors. Most of my errors were vocabulary issues like terms... I wrote termes with an e, I've put business instead of a business , revolutionized instead of revolutionnated. Just to make a long story short...I think you can really say that on a text... most of the time it's used when you're telling a story. I think where I've written than I think you can say you're blessed...I've should of wrote then. I always get confused between general and general e but its general without an e and the end. Besides that, I'm pretty sure there's a lot of grammatical and syntax errors, but overall I give myself a 5/10 lol. Thank you New Activist!

6 années 3 mois ago

I think you're right about the communication in a company, but do you really think it's only because of technologie that people became more idiotic?

6 années 3 mois ago

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Norm Spatz entered the Cégep system in 1989 teaching Architectural Technology in French. As a result of declining enrolment in his original department and the reform which made English a core studies requirement, he became an ESL teacher in 1997 but never abandoned his technical interests.

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