Study English In Australia Question and Answer

Saturday 25 July 2020
Study English in Australia Qand A

So, in the last few months despite the Covid19 pandemic, we have received hundreds of questions from all over the world, in this episode we will answer a selection of 97 commonly asked questions about studying and living in Australia.

The accuracy of the answers are to our best knowledge at the time of publication and we encourage everyone to conduct their own thorough research for more extensive answers.

 

1. How can I learn English in Australia?

      Six Best Ways to Improve your English in Australia are:

  1. Study an English course that's packaged with a degree.
  2. Make English part of your everyday life. ...
  3. Learn tricks that language teachers use and that is proven by science. ...
  4. Use all the resources an English course offers. ...
  5. Check out StudyEnglishinAustralia.com to choose a course
  6. Join a language group.

 

2. What is an English course in Australia?

ELICOS courses are offered by secondary schools, TAFE institutes, universities, private colleges and specialist English language centres. These courses are designed to help international students and visitors develop their English language skills so that they can fully participate in Australian life.

 

3. How much does it cost to study English in Australia?

An English course in Australia costs between $ 200 and 400 AUD per week on average, but depending on the destination city you can find them from $150 AUD per week.

 

4. Which is the cheapest city in Australia?

The cheapest city in Australia, in terms of cost of living, is Hobart, while the most expensive is Sydney, but it depends on where you live and what you spend your money on. Adelaide and Perth are also cheap locations to live in.

 

5. Can I study for free in Australia?

Australia offers a wide variety of programs to allow international students to study in Australia with a scholarship. These scholarships are competitive, realistically you wouldn’t expect education to be free these days. But some English language courses aren’t expensive on a weekly basis.

 

6. Which city is best for students in Australia?

The nine Best Student Cities in Australia are:

  1. Melbourne. ...
  2. Sydney. ...
  3. Brisbane. ...
  4. Adelaide. ...
  5. Perth. ...
  6. Gold Coast. ...
  7. Canberra. ...
  8. Hobart
  9. Darwin

 

7. How can I live cheap in Australia?

Save Money on Food & Drink in Australia by:

  1. Buy Cheap Produce At The Markets. ...
  2. Save On Your First Order When You Sign Up With A Food Delivery Company. ...
  3. Order Takeaway and Delivery From Restaurants With Deals On. ...
  4. Have A BBQ On The Beach , Or A Picnic In The Park ...
  5. Eat Pub Meals.
  6. Share a house with friends

 

8. Which is the most beautiful city in Australia?

Sydney is very beautiful, It’s Modern and sophisticated. Sydney is one of the best cities for tourists to visit on a tour to Australia. With fantastic beaches and the Blue Mountains on the doorstep, you will love Sydney if you enjoy the great outdoors.

 

9. What is the coldest city in Australia?

Lithgow, a two-hour drive from Sydney, is Australia's coldest place making it chillier than Hobart.

 

10. What is the richest city in Australia?

The 25 richest suburbs in Australia are located in Sydney and Melbourne, so they share the title.

 

11. Where do the rich people live in Australia?

Australia’s richest people live near Sydney’s northern beaches and earn more than 10 times the income of the nation’s poorest who live in regional NSW.

 

12. Where do millionaires live in Australia?

23 of the 250 richest people in Australia live in one inner Melbourne suburb, Toorak, five kilometres from the CBD. It’s a beautiful suburb with some of the most gorgeous houses and tree lined streets.

 

13. Who is the richest kid in Australia?

Milly Waislitz, 19, is the daughter of billionaire businessman Alex Waislitz and his ex wife Heloise Pratt, a cardboard box heiress who has a net worth of $1.9 billion! What a lucky girl!  

 

14. What is considered rich in Australia?

Wealthy Individuals within Australia are generally deemed to be those with net investible assets over $1M, or net of over $2.5M including the family home and earning more than $250,000 per annum. Having said this, the ATO categorise 'Wealthy Individuals' as those who control a net wealth of $5M or more.

 

15. What’s the average net worth in Australia?

The average net worth of the top 20 per cent of households is more than 93 times that of the lowest 20 per cent — some $3.2 million compared to just $35,200. What a big difference!

 

16. How many billionaires are there in Australia?

Oxfam’s pre-Davos 2020 analysis of inequality found Australia’s billionaires grew their wealth by an average of $US460 million from 2018 to 2019. But the number of billionaires in Australia decreased from 43 in 2018 to 36 in 2019. How interesting!

 

17. What is a good salary in Australia?

If you're on a salary of $109,668 a year or more, you are actually in the top 10 per cent of all workers (including full-time and part-time employees). The large majority of workers (about 75 per cent) earn less than $78,624 a year before tax which is not too bad really!

 

18. Are doctors rich in Australia?

Doctors consistently rank as one of Australia’s most important and trusted professions, so we assume that doctors are rich. In fact, in many ways doctors face more financial headwinds than most because there is the time it takes them to commence the fully-fledged practice because of the length of their course.

 

19. What is the top 5 incomes in Australia?

While the average household earns just over $116,000 per annum, the top 1 in 5 earn more than twice this, exceeding $280,000, and the bottom 1 in 5 take home around one-fifth of the average, a little over $24,000.

 

20. What are the highest paid jobs in Australia?

  • Property Development Director
  • Head of Technology or Chief Technology Officer. ...
  • Chief Financial Officer. ...
  • Head of Operations in Mining ...
  • General Manager for a Construction firm...
  • In-House General Counsel for an ASX top 100 company

 

21. How much do first year doctors earn in Australia?

Starting salaries for a trainee doctor in Australia start at A$45,000 rising to A$115,000 to A$240,000 for a specialist consultant. The basic salary, however, assumes a working week of 38 hours – anything after that is paid as overtime. So their salary could increase quite a bit depending on how many extra hours they work.

 

22. How much does a Dentist make in Australia?

Between $140,160 to $171,769 per year on average.

 

23. Is it hard to become a doctor in Australia?

Becoming a doctor isn’t easy, it requires a high score to gain a place in Medical School then it’s six years of hard work and personal sacrifice. Once the study and internship are completed, doctors work quite long hours but it can be very rewarding as well!

 

24. Is there a shortage of doctors in Australia?

Australia is heading for a major shortage of general practitioners in the next decade, sparking calls for reforms on restrictions of overseas-trained doctors. The issue will be compounded by higher demand for GP services due to the ageing population and immigration. This is particularly evident in rural Australian regions.

 

25. Can I become a doctor at 40?

There is no age limit for medical school. You can become a doctor in your 30s, 40s, 50s, and even older but it does get harder the older you are. In the end, medical schools want students who will make good physicians but it depends on the background of the person and well they’re able to fit into the career path.

 

26. How many years does it take to become a GP in Australia?

In Australia, an MBBS can take between 4-6 years depending on where you study. Following this is a period of postgraduate study to focus on a specialism, such as training to be a General Practitioner (GP), which usually takes a few more years to complete.

 

27. What does Oi mean in Australian?

Oi is a British version of “Hey”. In Portuguese, Oi means “Hi”. Oi is used in Australia to say hello or get someone’s attention.  

 

28. How do Australians say goodbye?

‘Catch you later’ is an Australian slang form of saying ‘goodbye’. ... If you do happen to talk to an Australian, they may ask you if you are fair dinkum. ‘Fair dinkum’ is used in a number of ways, to show surprise and to ensure that the story is in fact true.

 

29. How can I study and work in Australia?

Study visas allow you to study and work in Australia throughout the duration of your course. You are entitled to work 40 hours per fortnight during your studies, and full-time during your school breaks. Most students work in hospitality or retail jobs.

 

30. What are English courses?

English language courses cover beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of speaking, reading, writing and listening skills in English, including grammar and literature skills. They’re normally taken as part of a full degree program related to English or some students aim to improve their English to work in Australia.

 

31. What is a General English course?

A General English course is designed to help students that aren’t very proficient in English, and focus on the four key language skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking – with lots of additional work on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.

 

32. Can I learn English by myself?

Learning English by yourself can be a challenge but it is possible. There are ways you can improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills — even though there is no-one physically around you to help you practise.

 

33. How can I learn English quickly?

Five Tips for Learning English Quickly are:

  1. Listen as much as you can. Listening to conversations in English is one of the most effective ways to build your vocabulary and speaking skills. ...
  2. Practice English with a partner. ...
  3. Read children’s books and comic books in English. ...
  4. Take advantage of free online media. ...
  5. Believe in yourself and have a goal in mind

 

34. How can I improve my English-speaking skill at home fast?

How To Improve English Speaking Skills..

  1. Find An English-Speaking Conversation Partner. We can help you with finding a conversation partner studyenglishinaustralia.com
  2. Make Sure To Listen As Well As Speak.
  3. Record Your Conversation Practice.
  4. Surround Yourself With The English Language.
  5. Practice With Music and Movies.
  6. Read Aloud.
  7. Talk To Yourself.

 

35. How can I improve my English online?

The seven Best Free Ways to Practice English Online are:

  1. Study Online English Materials for ESL Students. ...
  2. Practice English Anytime with Mobile Apps. ...
  3. Take a fee internet based course ...
  4. Connect with Other English Learners. ...
  5. Speak with Native English Conversation Partners. ...
  6. Follow Educational Websites in English. ...
  7. Have Fun with Online TV, Music and Movies.

 

36. How can I practice speaking in English?

Here’s a few things you can do to improve your English..

  1. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. ...
  2. Surround yourself in English. ...
  3. Practise every day. ...
  4. Tell your family and friends about your study plan. ...
  5. Practise the 4 core skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. ...
  6. Keep a notebook of new words you learn. ...
  7. Do a lesson at least once a day.

 

37. Where do I start to learn English?

English Learning Tips for Beginners are:

  1. Listen to English every day. Listen to English radio. ...
  2. Make an English/ESL friend. Make up conversations. ...
  3. Read English stories. Start with children’s books. ...
  4. Write down new words. Start a notebook for new words. ...
  5. Keep an English diary. Start with one sentence. ...
  6. Visit an English-speaking country. Learn English more quickly.

 

38. How can I speak English in few days?

The best way to quickly improve your English is to spend at least a few minutes practicing every day. Immerse yourself as much as possible every time you study, and challenge yourself to listen to, read and even say things in English that you think might be too difficult for you

 

39. How can I learn English in 15 days?

Watch shows or movies in your native language, with English subtitles. Then watch them again in English, with subtitles in your language. Besides talking casually with actual English speakers, movies and TV are the best way to learn the way real English speakers speak.

 

40. Can I learn English in 3 months?

You will not be able to speak English perfectly after 3 months but you can learn the basics which will be a good start for further English study.

 

41. Can I be fluent in English?

The reason many people can read and listen is because that’s all they practice. But in order to speak English fluently, you need to practice speaking. Don’t stop at the listening portion, and when you study, don’t just listen, practice all the English skills like reading, writing and speaking as well. ... By doing so, you will be able to speak English fluently.

 

42. How can I speak in English?

Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Your goal is to deliver a message, not speak perfect English, with the right grammar and vocabulary. Even native English speakers make mistakes!

 

43. What is basic English grammar?

English grammar is defined as the body of rules that describe the structure of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences in the English language. ... Developing a solid foundation in basic English grammar helps you construct sentences correctly and makes it easier to improve both your spoken and written communication skills.

 

44. How many hours a day should I study a foreign language?

For most languages and most lifestyles, I would recommend between 1 and 3 hours per day, depending on how much time you have available and how important it is that you learn quickly.

 

45. How many months can I learn English?

If you're super focused, and you have a lot of free time to study, you could probably reach fluency in about six months if you're studying around 5 hours a day. If you’re studying in Australia you can study English up to one year if your visa allows it.

 

46. Is English hard to learn?

Learning English is definitely challenging but the fact is several languages are more difficult to learn than English. This includes Mandarin, Japanese, Russian and Finnish.

 

47. How long does it take to learn English perfectly?

Specifically, a year is the average amount of time it will take an adult to become fluent enough to work or study in English if he starts out as a beginner and studies at least 5 hours a day. But everyone is different. 

 

48. How can I speak confidently?

Here are a few tips on speaking with confidence that will help you develop the strong, powerful tone for projecting confidence in any situation.

  1. Slow down your speech.
  2. Know when to start speaking.
  3. Eliminate filler words.
  4. Don't just be loud, be sure about what you’re saying.
  5. Speak without tension if you can.
  6. Remember the importance of breath.
  7. Add authority to your speech.
  8. Stay present in the conversation.

 

49. What is the main area to best learn English correctly?

Most students want to communicate better in English. If this is one of your goals, it is important to study a balance of the four major skills. Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing are the main macro skills you need to communicate properly.

 

50. Can I improve my English by reading books?

Yes, if you read English books, magazines, and newspapers, it will definitely improve your spoken English as unconsciously, you develop an ability to think in English. But you also need to focus on others areas such as fluency, grammar, and pronunciation as well to improve your English.

 

51. What are the English speaking skills?

When we learn our native language, first we listen, then we speak, then we read and finally we write. Listening, speaking, reading and writing are the four language skills we need to develop for complete communication. Of course other skills such as pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and spelling all play a role in effective English communication.

 

52. How can I improve my English speaking ability?

Becoming an advanced speaker of the English language can be a very valuable skill and there are several ways you can improve your English speaking ability. Listening to native English speakers can improve your understanding of the language as well as your accent and pronunciation.

 

53. How can I become expert in English?

Five Simple ways to improve your written English are:

  1. Expand your vocabulary. To express yourself clearly, you need a good active vocabulary. ...
  2. Master English spelling. You must know how to spell words correctly. ...
  3. Read regularly. People often say that we learn to write best by reading. ...
  4. Improve your grammar by writing short stories. ...
  5. Practice as much as possible and ask someone to read your work.

 

54. How do I start teaching English grammar for beginners?

Use Sentence Diagrams.

Sentence diagramming is a great way to help you learn grammar and retain everything that you learn for years to come.

 

55. What is the easiest word to spell in English?

The easiest words to spell are small words that are spelt exactly like they sound. Examples are cat, hat, and bat. Tougher words to spell are longer words, and those with silent letters, and those that aren't spelt like they sound. Like Phlegm, choir, and colonel. 

 

56. Is English grammar easy?

Despite these difficulties, English is actually the easiest language in the world to learn. ... Unlike other languages, English has no cases, no gender, no word agreement, and arguably has a simple grammar system.

 

57. What are the 3 longest words in English?

The longest words in the English dictionary are:

  1. antidisestablishmentarianism - opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England - 28 letters.
  2. floccinaucinihilipilification - the estimation of something as worthless - 29 letters.
  3. pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis - a supposed lung disease - 45 letters.

 

58. Is 1000 words enough to speak a language?

The number of words to learn to speak a language really depends on your purpose. Remember that 300 to 600 words may be enough to travel, but at least 1,000 words are necessary for a conversation. The most important thing is not knowing how many words you need to speak a language, but which words to know.

 

59. How do you speak in a classy way?

How to speak with elegance:

  1. Smile often and make eye contact.
  2. Speak clearly and avoid using slang that isn't familiar to the people you are talking to.
  3. Avoid being a drama queen. ...
  4. Don't constantly brag about yourself.
  5. Don't provide too much personal information. ...
  6. Be a good conversationalist.
  7. Pronounce your words properly.

 

60. How can I speak more professionally?

Speak Like a Professional:

  1. Use short, clear, declarative sentences. Short sentences focus your message and make it easier for your audience to follow. …
  2. Speak in the active tense. Own your actions. …
  3. Stay calm under pressure. …
  4. Speak naturally. …
  5. Say what you mean. …
  6. Focus on what matters to your audience. …
  7. Be specific and clear.

 

61. Which language has the largest vocabulary?

English,

If I were to base my answer solely on the strict number of dictionary entries, English is amongst the largest languages by word count. It has more than 200,000 words in the Oxford English Dictionary, including 171,476 words in use and 47,156 obsolete words.

 

62. How long does it take to learn 5000 English words?

Expect at least 1000 hours of study.

 

63. What is the best skill to learn in 2020?

The Soft Skills Needed Most in 2020 are..

creativity, collaboration, persuasion, and emotional intelligence—all skills that demonstrate how we work with others and bring new ideas to the table.

 

64. What are some high paying skills at the moment?

Eight High-Income, In-Demand Skills to Get a New Job and Better Pay are...

  • Analytical reasoning.
  • People management. ...
  • UX design. ...
  • Mobile application development. ...
  • Video production. ...
  • Sales leadership. ...
  • Translation. ...
  • Audio production. As podcasting becomes an essential medium, companies want to ensure that they have the best capabilities for recording. ...

 

65. What are the best 8 life skills?

There are many such skills, but 8 core life skills are:

  • Self-awareness.
  • Empathy.
  • Critical thinking.
  • Creative thinking.
  • Decision making.
  • Problem Solving.
  • Effective communication.
  • Interpersonal relationships

 

66. What can I learn in 6 months?

Everyone has the ability to learn a life-changing skill in the next six months.
...
Eight Life-Changing Skills You Can Learn in Less Than six Months are

  • Speed reading. ...
  • Public speaking. ...
  • Spanish. ...
  • Accounting. ...
  • Microsoft Excel. ...
  • Blogging/Vlogging. ...
  • Weight training. ...
  • Photo and video editing.

 

67. What skills are in high demand?

To help you remain a competitive job candidate, here are some of the most in-demand skills you should look to develop:

  • Cloud computing.
  • Artificial intelligence.
  • Sales leadership.
  • Analysis.
  • Translation.
  • Mobile app development.
  • People management.
  • Video production.

 

68. What skills can you learn in 1 month?

Here are eight skills you can learn in a month or less that will increase your appeal to potential employers.

  • Basic coding. ...
  • Conversational basics of a new language. ...
  • Photo editing. ...
  • Public speaking. ...
  • Social media. ...
  • Writing. ...
  • Website Building. ...
  • SEO.

 

69. What new skills can I learn during lockdown?

Life Skills to Learn During Lockdown are:

  • A New Language. Learning a new language is something many of us say we wish we could do, but never get around to actually doing because of time pressures. ...
  • Gardening. While on the subject of food, why not try your hand at growing some of your own vegetables and herbs?

 

70. What skills can I learn in my free time?

  • Read a good novel, or a self-development book. ...
  • Write/Blog/Live Tweet. ...
  • Learn a new language. ...
  • Take a course. ...
  • Sharpen your brain and memory. ...
  • Cooking. ...
  • Star-gazing and astronomy. ...
  • Volunteering.

 

71. What is the hardest word to say?

  • Rural.
  • Otorhinolaryngologist. ...
  • Colonel. ...
  • Isthmus. ...
  • Anemone. ...
  • Squirrel. ...
  • Choir. ...
  • Worcestershire.

 

72. What's the hardest job in the world?

The Hardest Jobs in the World are:

  1. Communication Tower Climber. Tower climbing is one of the deadliest jobs in the world.
  2. Oil Rig Worker. A physically and mentally taxing job that involves long hours in a challenging and hostile environment. ...
  3. Mortician or Funeral Director. ...
  4. Prison Worker. ...
  5. Lumberjack or Forestry worker. ...
  6. Pilot. ...
  7. Driver, especially long distance driver. ...
  8. Landmine Remover. ...

 

73. Can you learn a language in 15 minutes a day?

It seems obvious, but taking just 15 minutes a day to practice vocabulary or listening comprehension is one of the best long-term investments in language learning. The daily habit makes language acquisition faster and more successful, allowing new learners to better retain the building blocks of grammar and vocabulary.

 

74. Can you become fluent in a language in a year?

The truth is that in one year you're almost certainly very good at it. People consistently learn new languages in a year from no knowledge to being very capable.

 

75. Can you learn a language while sleeping?

According to research, it's possible for your brain to establish links between words in two languages while you're asleep. That means sophisticated learning is possible while you're snoozing!

 

76. Can I learn English in 3 months?

You will not be able to speak English fluently in 3 months. ... Speak, read, write, listen to only English. If that is not possible, take English classes, watch English TV and films, listen to English radio, attend English lectures, eat in English restaurants, and speak only English with your friends and family

 

77. How can I learn English by myself?

Seven Useful Tips to Teach Yourself English are

  1. Take It Slowly. If you've made the decision to learn English without the help of a teacher, you need to take things slowly. ...
  2. Listen to Everything and Anything in English. ...
  3. Enjoy Music to Learn English. ...
  4. Use the News to Learn English. ...
  5. Watch Movies to Learn English. ...
  6. Learn English from YouTube. ...
  7. DIY Flashcards.

 

78. Where do I start to learn English?

Some English Learning Tips for Beginners are

  • Listen to English every day. Listen to English radio. ...
  • Make an English/ESL friend. Make up conversations. ...
  • Read English stories. Start with children's books. ...
  • Write down new words. Start a notebook for new words. ...
  • Keep an English diary. Start with one sentence. ...
  • Visit an English-speaking country. Learn English more quickly.
  • Study English online or study English abroad in an English speaking country.

 

79. Is English hard for foreigners?

Though English grammar is probably one of the easiest among European languages, its articles and tenses could be hard for many foreigners to understand.

 

80. What is difficult about English?

So many things make learning English difficult and confusing. Its grammar structure, its spelling, meanings and rules that contradict existing rules are difficult to master. ... Learning English is definitely challenging but the fact is several languages are more difficult to learn than English

 

81. Why is English hard for foreigners?

So, what is it that makes English so hard for foreigners to learn? The answer is: the combination of its vocabulary, orthography, and pronunciation. Most languages have a regulatory body which issues spelling reforms as the pronunciation of the language develops, which happens much faster than one might expecte.

 

82. How can I stop being shy?

Take your first steps in getting past shyness with these nine techniques to help you become a more confident you.

  1. Don't tell anyone. There's no need to advertise your shyness. ...
  2. Keep the conversation light and less serious. ...
  3. Change your tone. ...
  4. Avoid the label of shyness. ...
  5. Stop self-sabotaging your situations. ...
  6. Know your strengths and concentrate on them. ...
  7. Choose relationships carefully. ...
  8. Avoid bullies and people that tease.
  9. Project yourself, as you get older you will be become more confident

 

83. Is it bad to talk slowly?

It's admirable to care about what you say, but if you speak too slowly, you may be perceived as boring, tired, or less intelligent than you are. To keep people awake and interested, learn to increase your speaking speech without losing articulation and thought clarity.

 

84. How can I develop my speaking skills?

How To Improve English Speaking Skills?

  1. Find an English-Speaking Conversation Partner.
  2. Make Sure to Listen as Well As Speak.
  3. Record Your Conversation Practice.
  4. Surround Yourself with The English Language.
  5. Practice with Music and Movies.
  6. Read Aloud.
  7. Talk to Yourself.

 

85. What does FFFF stand for?

  • Free From Film Festivak
  • Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic
  • Fast Floating Fun
  • Flying Fickle Finger of Fate

 

86. What are the new words for 2020?

Five new words you shouldn't miss in 2020 are:

  • Climate Emergency. The Oxford Dictionary Word of The Year – climate emergency. ...
  • Permaculture. Permaculture is an old word that's recently become more popular. ...
  • Freegan. A freegan is also a portmanteau that combines the words free and vegan. ...
  • Hothouse. ...another word for Greenhouse or glasshouse
  • Hellacious, which means either very great, bad, or overwhelming

 

87. What's the hardest English word to spell?

The top eight hardest words to spell are:

  • Misspell. Let the misspelling begin with the misspelled word misspell. ...
  • Pharaoh.
  • Weird....
  • Intelligence. ...
  • Pronunciation. ...
  • Handkerchief. ...
  • logorrhea. ...
  • Chiaroscurist.

 

88. What's the least used English word?

The Eight Least-Known Words in English are:

  • Genipap: a succulent orange-sized tropical fruit with a thick rind
  • Futhorc: The Runic alphabet
  • Witenagemot: the members of the national, or king's, council, the council
  • Gossypol: a toxic crystalline compound present in cottonseed oil
  • Chaulmoogra: East Indian tree with oily seeds yield chaulmoogra oil used to treat leprosy
  • Brummagem: cheap, showy, or counterfeit.
  • Alsike: a species of clover with pinkish or white flowers; Trifolium hybridum
  • Chersonese: peninsula

 

89. What is the most uncommon word in the English language?

The Eight Weird English Words You Won't Believe Exist are:

  • Poppycock
  • Discombobulate
  • Flummox
  • Curmudgeon
  • Lackadaisical
  • Woebegone
  • Lollygag
  • Frankenfood

 

90. How many words do you need to speak fluently?

For Fluency you need at least 10,000 words.

At around 10,000 words in many languages, you've reached a near-native level of vocabulary, with the requisite words for talking about nearly any topic in detail.

 

91. How do you talk boldly?

Here are some ideas to help you develop an attitude of boldness in everyday life.

  1. Stop being nice. ...
  2. Saying what you think enhances you. ...
  3. Not saying what you think annoys people. ...
  4. Your ideas can help other people. ...
  5. What's the worst that can happen if you speak your mind. ...
  6. Ask your audience to take action on your topic. ...
  7. Be provocative.

 

92. What is Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia?

Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is one of the longest words in the dictionary — and, in an ironic twist, is the name for a fear of long words. Sesquipedalophobia is another term for the phobia. ... the fear or anxiety is disproportionate to the social situation.

 

93. What is the most in demand skill now?

Last year in 2019, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and analytical reasoning led LinkedIn's global list of the most in-demand hard skills to have.

 

94. Which IT skill is most in demand?

Eight Important in-Demand IT Skills for 2020 are:

  1. Cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is more important than ever before because of the many ways companies rely on IT and the internet. ...
  2. Cloud Computing. ...
  3. Data Management. ...
  4. Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning. ...
  5. Helpdesk. ...
  6. Programming. ...
  7. Project Management. ...
  8. IT Architecture Strategies.

 

95. What are the top 7 careers at the moment?

  • Software Developer. #1
  • Dentist. #2
  • Orthodontist. #3
  • Nurse Practitioner. #4
  • Statistician. #5
  • Physician or doctor. #6
  • Speech Pathologist. #7

 

96. What jobs pay the most in 2020?

The top best-paying jobs of 2020 are:

  • Lawyer.
  • Sales manager. ...
  • Business operations manager. ...
  • Pharmacist. ...
  • Financial advisor. ...
  • Optometrist.
  • Actuarist.
  • Political scientist.

 

97. What’s the best place online to find out about studying English in Australia?

Study English in Australia.com ūüėä