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habitat |ˈhabiˌtat| (noun) the natural home or environment of an animal, plant, or other organism
destruction |diˈstrəkSHən| (noun) the action or process of causing so much damage to something that it no longer exists or cannot be repairedHabitat Destruction
The combo is always bad news. Every day there are fewer places left that wildlife could call home. This is due…Continue
A Busy Street:
I am once again in that street where I first saw you. It is one of the busiest places in the whole city. I remember the smile on your beautiful lips. Even today the slight trembling of your lower lip tickles my entire self. I remember you were strolling in the street, which was looking narrow and so small because of heavy rush of traffic…Continue
My dear friends! One of our EC members, the Way to the Moon (hope, she is still on the Earth with us! Smile!), has just given me a great idea and I am about to implement it right away! Sure, when you hear or read English, you should catch the general sense and all my previous blogs were about understanding English idioms. But it is another matter when you start speaking or…Continue
The Australian education system welcomes the initiative students and focuses on independent learning. Here, you will not be forced to attend lectures and read educational materials, because students are expected to have responsible behavior and independent decision making.
Severe requirements for attendance are valid only in the laboratory and practical classes. In Australian universities, students are given materials recommended for reading before class. Reading this material is…Continue
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The value of the English language as a means of international communication can not be overestimated. It is difficult to see how there would be a world of modern business, not whether business people from all over the world the possibility to understand each other, no problem to discuss on the phone any questions, enter into partnerships and other business relationships with complex contracts and simply talk over dinner.
English is now taught by people of all ages. Not only pupils and…
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We have been in Beijing twice. First time We just stayed for one night. But second time we went to roam around. Our hotel was near the airport.On the way we found every transport had to go through checking before entering Beijing.
We arrived at noon and went to Dicos to have launch. Then our hosts told us to get ready to go to see''Great wall''. Hey, we were not in proper clothing. So, we argued with them. And, told we want to go next morning.
They became a bit…Continue
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Have you seen lately anyone with a semicolon drawn on their skin?
This is the story about a nonprofit movement started in April 2013, in honor to Amy Bleuel's father, who took his own life, and to give voice to…Continue
IELTS is a systematic test mechanism adopted by various countries globally. A homogenous test is conducted in many embassy centers around the globe on monthly and bi-monthly bases. Grades are assigned to appearing candidates in form of bands. Number of bands scored is directly proportional to countries one can apply for.…
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There comes a time in any student's life when they know it for a fact that nothing's going to save them but a miracle. This guys is a student. Let's call him X.
X's got a big test tomorrow, but is he going to study? Nope! Why? Simple. 'Cause those videos on Youtube are not going to rate themselves, okay? X decides to watch…Continue
During our China visit, we stayed most of the time in Tianjin. It is a port city. Our seminar was about economical development for Bangladesh. So, we visited its free trade zone, special economic zone, scientific park etc. But, of course we got chances to do shopping, eating outside and to roam around in some important places of this city.
In the very beginning most of the tress were barren. But after some days we enjoyed…Continue
Hello, old EC members and new EC friends.
Old EC member may remember that titling a blog as "Wordless Wednesday" was meaning a sweet activity long time ago here :D.
To explain more to my new friends here, the "Wordless Wednesday" game is about a blog with a photo that has no words to describe... Visitors of this blog will be asked to put the best caption on the photo. And later, the winning caption will be used as the title of this blog...
For more information, please…Continue
First off, don't hate me; I'm just a messenger. Second, how many times have you bought a famous brand name and kicked yourself for doing it? I'm not one to judge (I am, actually), but it seems like that some companies tend to decrease the quality of their products drastically the very moment they make sure that they won't end up like The Bluth Company! I could name a dozen real enterprises who failed miserably, but let's not go there. To add insult to injury, some companies don't even bother…Continue
" There is no heart as big....as your smile, when u laugh, cry, or even when you are sad; fallen like a star, mad; looking upset from afar, or even glad, with your eyes sparkling like million flashes of brilliant light in the cold, and dark night. You might sometimes get jumpy like a little green frog, found jumping from one log to the next, never seeing our most common, middle…Continue
Sushant Rane is an artist who creates 3D drawings of everyday objects. He draws light bulbs, forks, spoons, cans, knives, you name it. It takes a day to finish one artwork. He works with Copic markers (whatever the heck they are) and graphite pencils.
Check out some of his works:…Continue
I want to tell you what measures you should take before going to china. Don't get me wrong. Of course, it is a nice country to visit. But I think we should know something.
1. First check out the weather forecast. Its northern part is colder than the southern part. So, if you are going to visit Beijing and near of it during winter or in the beginning of spring, please bring your winter clothing more.
2. Although it says spring begins from February but believe me it is cold and windy…
My dear firiends! Here I am again with five other expressions for you to guess. Again, you should replace a phrasal verb with a single word (that is neither a phrasal verb nor an idiom) without googling or looking up your dictionaries. I think it will be my last blog about idioms and next time I will think up something different for you. I will be glad to hear…Continue
Two days ago I got back from China. I went there to attend in a seminar. Yes, it was my official tour and we were 18 in number.
In the very beginning I was worried about the weather condition. You may understand, I am from a place where winter means cold country's fall! So, I kept googling and asking my known persons to get real weather forecast.
We started our journey in March, 5 to…Continue
Learning homophones with wolves
about homophones by homophobe
Good day folks, first of all, what is homophone.
The word “homophone” is used to describe a word that sounds the same…Continue