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Can I be of help? ‘Your help’ or ‘through your help’?

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When next you need help, ask yourself whether you need the direct or indirect involvement of the helper. It’ll help you choose whether to use ‘your help’ (requiring the direct involvement of the helper) or ‘through your help’ (implicit help from the helper).

I have a doubt!

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To a native speaker, the word doubt means ‘lack of trust’. Just imagine the reaction of a native speaker to this, “I have a doubt about the way things work here”.

The 55:37:8 communication rule

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Be mindful of your body language, voice tone and choice of words, and be sure to send across the intended message and to receive the expected feedback.

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