Recent Twitter exchanges following an early November comment about the need to over-communicate to overcome bad messages has suggested two further observations. One: Twitter may be a great method of fast and interesting exchanges, but 140-character messages are probably not the best means of explaining or qualifying complex research-based observations. 1,242 more words
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For those little dead moments of the day, like when you are waiting for something/someone, when you can think of this.
Just a reminder: use the listening activity I designed along with the recording Miguel provided to practice fluency and accuracy with the useful language we collected. 53 more words
This is the last in a series of posts looking at three areas of pronunciation which we’ve found ourselves working on time and again with different classes. 545 more words
Yesterday, I made a conversational gaffe with my housemate. I realized it right after the words came out of my mouth. When I lived alone, I used to make these gaffes all the time when I talked with friends, but because I didn’t live with them I let the gaffes go, thinking it wasn’t that important. 625 more words