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  1. Evening Jazz

    Greetings Olia,
    You may want to correct the title.
    influcence —> influence
    Cheers!

    1. Justa

      Oops! Sorry for that. We changed the post title immediately.

  2. VIC VALL

    Just did this lesson with some trainees who work in marketing and they really enjoyed it. Thanks

  3. AGM

    The lesson is fab, it is just ex 9 on the pdf that is very confusing, and I think I will just skip the ex. next time unless this is changed by ESL in due course.

  4. DavidRichmond

    “If you decide to become an influencer, first of all, think about your ………….:
    what you would like to portray.”
    Shouldn’t this be ‘that’?

    1. Olia

      It’s easy to miss in a Student’s version, but there’s a colon after the gap which means it’s not a relative clause. This is how we explain the missing word ‘niche’ – it is what you would like to portray.

      1. DavidRichmond

        Aha yeah I didn’t see it at all.. Thanks for your reply

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