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Articles 'a' and 'an' are an essential skill in writing.
This course is designed to give you an overview of when to use 'a' & 'an' and by you participating in the exercises, you will see their importance in practice.
For example: we say 'an advocate' and we say 'a lawyer'.
On completion of the course you will:
The article 'the' is an essential skill in writing. It is probably the most used article in the English language and it is considered a 'definite article'.
For example we say: 'the' client, when we know the client.
This course is designed to give you an overview of when to use 'the' and by participating in the exercises, you will see its importance in practice.
On completion of the course students will:
Articles are sometimes unnecessary in our sentences.
This course is designed to give you an overview of when articles are unnecessary for example when we talk of our interests: 'I like playing golf'.
On completion of the course you will:
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Prepositions are important because they work to connect various parts of a sentence and a preposition can explain the position, location and timing of a noun. They generally appear before a noun or gerund verb.
For example: 'The lawyer sat by the barrister'. or 'The lawyer is sitting by the barrister'.
This course provides you with an overview of some prepositions and how they are used in sentences.
On completion of the first lesson regarding you will:
Prepositions: 'on', 'to' and 'of' and 'in' are commonly used and this lesson gives you examples of when and how they are used in sentences.
For example: 'It is quarter to five' or 'you can get to the office if you go now'.
The prepositions: 'since' and 'until' are often misused and this lesson explains to you how they are used in a practical context.
On completion of the second lesson you will:
The importance of punctuation is a key skill in writing.
If we use punctuation incorrectly this could lead to misunderstandings and the reader may not understand what we want to say or convey.
For example: 'John, your hat' or 'John, your hat?'.
This firs lesson starts by introducing simple common punctuation marks.
On completion of 'Punctuation - Part 1' you will:
Quotation marks are used when a person states a direct quote for example:
John said, “I really love Kate”.
Here we are quoting exactly what John said.
This second lesson provides you with an overview of how and why we use double quotation marks and single quotation marks.
This course also shows you examples of where to place other punctuation marks such an exclamation mark or a punctuation mark when there are quotation marks in your sentence.
Emphasis is placed on British English punctuation.
On completion of 'Punctuation - Part 2' you will:
Legal terminology is specialised, technical legal words used by lawyers, judges and law assistants who work in a legal environment.
Anyone working in a law office or law firm needs to understand legal terminology and when to use such terminology.
This course provides you with an overview of some legal terms. During the course examples are provided which will help you further grasp how such legal terms are applied in practice.
On completion of 'Legal Terminology - Part 1(a)' you will:
This course provides you with an understanding of some legal terminology which is used in the corporate/financial legal sector.
The course explains the meaning of legal terminology such as: 'collateral', 'debt', 'debtor' and 'debenture-holder'.
You will be provided with examples and exercises which will help you fully consolidate your understanding of such terms.
On completion of 'Legal Terminology - Part 1(b)' you will:
On completion of 'Start Writing your Letter' course you will:
I am an English qualified solicitor. I am British and I am the founder of the London Centre for Advanced Training & Education (LCATE). I have been as a practising solicitor for over 10 years and have worked in education for over 7 years.
Everyone who works for LCATE is a qualified lawyer and we all believe that 'learning from lawyers is fun!'
LCATE has delivered educational services services to employees of PriceWaterhouse, Mondadori S.p.A., Hugo Boss and a number of international companies and law firms.
LCATE also delivers the online Diploma in Law course for students who want to have a better understanding of English & Contract law.
My mission is to help those that need the help wherever you are in the world! I enjoy sharing my knowledge and I believe that I can help you achieve success.