Plain English Writing for Second Language Speakers
We are united by our mission to help people who find it difficult to frame ideas and communicate eloquently in English language.
56 percent of the web is in English, but only 26 percent of people speak English. Non Native English speakers find it hard to thrive in our communication driven world. That’s why we exist.
We are here to help you write English plainly, speak English astutely and articulate English precisely.
I am Reiner, founder of Plain English Writing. I am an English Second Language speaker, although people realize the difference less nowadays. I went through a lot of hardships in the beginning of my career due to my non native background. I have learned profusely since then.
I started this website to share that with people who have dreams but are non native speakers of this international language. We provide study materials and articles with a social interface.
We will give easy step by step instructions. We will focus on simple English, Plain English writing for foreigners. Articles cover on:
- How to improve your English,
- How to write effectively,
- How to improve your writing skills,
- How to write for an international audience
- and much more
Everything will be easy to understand for all "English as a Foreign Language" speaker.
Even more than a website, we are a journey. If you ride with us on this roller coaster of English, you will come out as fluent, articulate, precise and skillful. We will make this journey entertaining and time managing for you.
However, for our journey to be fully effective, subscribe with us. Leave your email and we will remind you of the importance of this journey by giving you important study materials that you can not find anywhere else.
At the end, a quote:
“Words - so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.”
Accentuating our belief that words are true power. It was the power of words that built nations and lead empires to fall. It was the power of words that made mortal men immortal.
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