In the United States, many people decorate their houses for the Christmas holiday. They get a Christmas tree, and put ornaments on the tree. They might put a wreath on the door, or put up some lights outside. The decorations reflect the festive feeling of the holiday season. When a couple comes from two different religions, it can be hard to come up with a solution for holiday decorating. Hear how Mason and Greta have dealt with this issue in this holiday English lesson. 在美国，许多人为迎接圣诞节而装扮房屋。他们会购买圣诞树，将装饰品挂在树上。他们可能会在门上挂花环，或在屋外挂上灯饰。装饰品可以体现节日季的喜庆感觉。 如果一对夫妻的宗教信仰不同，那么想出解决节日装饰问题的对策可能会比较困难。在这节节日英语课上，听听梅森和格里塔如何处理此问题。…
Dominique: Andy, I’m a little sad about the holidays, aren’t you? Andy_H: Why are you sad about the holidays? It’s the most wonderful time of the year. You know? Dominique: Because I’m so behind, and I’m stressed out. I mean, I haven’t even started my holiday shopping, and I usually start back in April. Andy_H: Oh! I’m so sorry! Dominique: I don’t know what I’m going to do. I mean, I have a huge family, and I should be at least halfway done by now. I haven’t started. Andy_H: OK. OK. First, take a deep breath. Second, you’ve got to really, like, temper the holiday shopping. […]
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December 21, 2020 Students at a Chinese business school are brushing up on their English — while doing their business. The college in Kunming, China, has placed toilet paper printed with English vocabulary words and their definitions in each bathroom stall. Subscribe to our YouTube! Share This Video Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. click to copy This content was originally published here.
Daniel Tammet was born in London. His mother spoke English and he grew up in an English-speaking environment. Yet to his ears the English language was an alien language. Words and sentences were a puzzle the young boy could not figure out. Daniel was an autistic savant. He was a self-confessed misfit in a world of words. He was also a mathematical genius. Daniel felt, thought, and dreamed in a private language of numbers. Daniel remembers receiving a book on counting when he was four. Where others saw numbers, he saw images. To Daniel’s mind, each number had a shape, […]
A remarkably talented girl named Elsie from a small fishing village in the Philippines has left without words many people from all around the Globe. Blind since birth, this gifted singer cannot speak a single word of English as she has never been to school. However, according to Darrell Burnett, who was also impressed with … This content was originally published here.
Skip to content Fightnews.com Boxing News, Results, Rankings Continuously updated all day, every day! — Reload often! Parker: Referee couldn’t speak English By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Referee Giuseppe Quartarone is taking criticism for the work he did as the third man in the ring before and during Saturday’s world heavyweight championship unification bout in which Anthony Joshua scored a decisive victory over Joseph Parker. “When the ref came to the back, he couldn’t speak English,” Parker said. “Kev was trying to talk to him and ask him questions about how he was going to control the fight.” […]
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When you choose to study English as a second language you will expect to emerge from your study being able to read, speak and write English with a certain amount of confidence and ability. There are many different methods and approaches to teaching English as a second language, and your experience of an English class may be quite different to your expectations of how you learn the language. Of course, there are also some constants that every ESL class offers. Studying English as a second language can be beneficial for memory, for lifestyle, and for employment prospects. Here are some […]
Why Should I Learn English? Learning English can be useful for many reasons, including travel, business, leisure, to communicate more fully with family members and friends, or just for personal interest. English is the world’s most widely distributed language, with nearly a third of all people speaking and understanding the English language across the globe today. English: the International Language English is the official language of 53 countries in the world and the most widely spoken second language. It has become the most useful language to learn for international travel, being the de facto language of diplomacy, communications, business and […]