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Leah A.
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English as a Second Language
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Question:

What's the best time and way to learn English forna non-native speaker?

Leah A.
Answer:

If possible, expose young children to English during their formative years and chances are they would grasp the language a lot easier. However, for both children and adults, practicing is the key to improving your language skills.

English
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Question:

What's an irregular verb?

Leah A.
Answer:

An irregular verb is one whose past tense does not follow the rules of adding, "d" or "ed" to it. It has its own set of rules. It does not follow the rules of inflection. Examples of irregular verbs are: go (verb) - the past tense of go is "went."

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Question:

What part do Customer Service agents play in the success of a company? And why?

Leah A.
Answer:

Customer Service is critical to the success any business as they interface/interact with the public. They are the face and voice of a company. A customer will judge a company based on the type of service they get. Because the customer is the one who exchanges his money for the company's goods or service, keeping and growing your customer base would automaticakly grow the company's profits.

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