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September 2015 Blog Posts (146)

Day 2 - Reflection on Doing Too Much at a Time

Speaking about further developing my English language skills, I know exactly how to achieve it. The most effective way for me personally is to keep learning English on a daily basis. However, the reality is I couldn't keep it up. Now it's time for self-reflection on where I've gone wrong.

When it…

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Added by June on September 27, 2015 at 4:00 — 5 Comments


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Misdate [Conditional Sentence]

That was a cheerful morning, at 8 o’clock. I was watching TV and chatting with friends. Only about 5 rooms or 15 meters far, I had left my room with the sounds of rock music on so loudly. So, I could hear all the sounds of music, TV and our charmed talking simultaneously. Really youngster! lol …

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Added by Onee-chan on September 27, 2015 at 0:30 — 30 Comments

JOKE OF THE DAY > KILLING GRAMMAR

Added by MARY on September 26, 2015 at 18:24 — 13 Comments

ALPINISTS OF LIFE

Good day, everyone. 

Yesterday I watched the new movie "Everest" and it made me think about many things. That's why I decided to give them a written form in order to see them clear and find the right way. 

Don't you think that our life  can be compared with the walk in the labyrinth? Some people can find the…

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Added by _✿HONEY_BÉÉ✿_ on September 26, 2015 at 8:00 — 47 Comments

Day 1 - Names of the tools

Framing nail gun/ Framing gun / Framing nailer

Multifunction saw…

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Added by June on September 26, 2015 at 6:38 — 2 Comments

New Journey Begins

A New Journey Begins…

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Added by June on September 26, 2015 at 6:30 — 4 Comments


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People don't always see eye to eye

Yes, people's opinions may vary, or rather, people may differ about something.  That's to say people may accept or tolerate something which seems so intolerable to others. 

People come from different countries or nations with different cultural backgrounds, religions. They're educated or raised in a way which their parents or teachers think is right. You may call it 'brainwash'. 

So, how could you think all the people around the world should always see eye to…

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Added by Expector Smith on September 26, 2015 at 1:30 — 12 Comments

Latest Blog! 10 Animals That Are Also Insults in English Slang

Some of the first vocabulary we're taught when learning a new language is animal words. Unfair though it may be (either to the animal or individual, depending on the situation), several animal words can also be used as insults in English. 



While I don't generally condone insulting anyone, it is helpful to know what some animal words mean in English slang. (Truth be told, in some cases, there…

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Added by ESLInSight on September 25, 2015 at 19:43 — 7 Comments

I am a Muslim, a Christian, a Jewish, a Buddhist, a......

There are so many questions that occupy my mind, especially when it comes to religion.  Whenever I think of religion so many questions arise in my mind.

What is religion? Where does it come from? Is it sent to us by God? What is the purpose of religion?…

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Added by setareh on September 25, 2015 at 9:39 — 20 Comments

of roofless sand house...

She was walking alone bare footedly along the eve-lit-seashore…… a cute smile on her lovely face made her more attractive; she was moving slowly lost in her thoughts. He was observing her for long time. Then he could not resist himself to going nearer her, and before long he was there by her side. She greeted him with a mesmerizing smile. The magic was there; they experienced amazingly the incredible feeling of…

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Added by angel on September 24, 2015 at 15:48 — 7 Comments

How to Talk to an American (A Cultural Lesson)

The United States is a multicultural nation, yet most Americans, regardless of their cultural backgrounds, adhere to certain social guidelines when it comes to conversation, especially with strangers, acquaintances, and colleagues. If you are planning to live, work, or travel in America, it is wise to familiarize yourself with the etiquette of communication. This includes knowing which conversation topics are preferred and which to avoid, as well as how to interact both verbally and…

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Added by ESLInSight on September 24, 2015 at 13:48 — 1 Comment

Welcome to Florida!

When you drive highway 95 and cross the border between Georgia and Florida, you always see a big signboard "WELCOME TO FLORIDA!" with a picture of a lady walking her alligator on a string. And, yes, welcome to Florida, the land of alligators and wild nature, the land of contrasts where great modern cities and fashionable resorts are surrounded with wild jungle, where stepping…

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Added by Danny Clark on September 24, 2015 at 12:00 — 10 Comments

Syrian child

All the world was shocked when they saw the scene of a child who was seeking in the sea.And was found dead on the shore..It was very disturbing moment which uncover the blaack side of our world.





Nobody did something to help the syrian people .This criminal"bshar alasd "made syria after a beautiful country a devestated one .





This scene was the heading of most newspapers" he escaped from the death to face the death".



Even the sea did not cover the… Continue

Added by Amal on September 24, 2015 at 10:11 — 9 Comments


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Children

This is what I read from a friend Scalett Chu 's post. I feel so interesting. Hope you like those stories:



Teacher: How old is your father?

Kid: He is 6 years.

Teacher: What? How is this possible?

Kid: He became father only when I was born.

Logic!!

. This kid is from IIN! !

Children Are Quick and Always Speak Their Minds

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TEACHER: Maria, go to the map and find North America .

MARIA: Here it is.

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Added by ann on September 24, 2015 at 9:21 — 15 Comments

Wishing Eid Mubarak,

On Eid, wish that Allah grants all wishes and answers to all prayers.

Added by Samuel on September 23, 2015 at 17:29 — 7 Comments

10 Common Phrasal Verbs to Boost Your English

Phrasal verbs are important to know if you're serious about boosting your English. A phrasal verb is an idiomatic expression that combines a verb with a preposition or adverb; the phrase changes the meaning of the original verb. Here are 10 commonly used phrasal verbs, their definitions, and example sentences:

Click here to read more!

Added by ESLInSight on September 23, 2015 at 16:06 — 1 Comment

Hajj 2015 (c)

Arafa day this is the day of Hajj. After dawn prayer , pilgrims begin their journey to Arafa's mountain. It's called the mountain of mercy. The recitation of talbia is stopped here. The haji can start his duaa and ask the Almighty whatever he wants. The supplication, invocation, each one is eager and in the state of absolute obedience. Millions of these pilgrims keep on doing so, God, the almighty says, ((what do my slaves want?)) Of course, He knows and He says to his angles, ((I forgave them,… Continue

Added by dara gino on September 23, 2015 at 11:49 — 5 Comments

5 Phrases that Make Your ESL Teacher Shed a Tear

English is not an easy language to learn and your ESL teacher, more so than anyone, is sensitive to the struggle you face in learning and understanding its many nuances. Throughout my teaching career, I’ve heard a handful of phrases used by nonnative English speakers that make me feel like we may have failed you in our teaching. Knowing if, when, or how to use these 5 phrases appropriately is crucial to building fluency and will surely make your English teacher smile. …

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Added by ESLInSight on September 22, 2015 at 21:10 — 1 Comment

Can You Solve These 7 English Riddles?

A riddle is a question or statement that is intentionally framed to exercise one's ingenuity in answering it or discovering its meaning. Riddles are a fun way to challenge and improve your understanding of English. Instead of ESLInSight's usual blog, this week we challenge you with 7 English riddles and brain teasers. Click here to read more!

Added by ESLInSight on September 22, 2015 at 20:59 — 1 Comment

Random Thoughts

"You think too much", she yelled at me. And it was not the first time some one expressed his/her disillusionment from my idealism. Some called it juvenile, other called it pre-mature thoughts, some rejected by saying that they are far from realism others preferred not to comment. But no one said that my thoughts are irrelevant. Yes they are unorganized, yes they do not lead to any meaningful conclusion and can make you fatigue but definitely they are serious!

Yes I am serious. Damm…

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Added by Traveler on September 22, 2015 at 20:45 — 4 Comments

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