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The Joy of English

Mom and Dad were word people.  They loved the weird inventions that the idiosyncrasies of English invited (one of their favorite books along these lines was “Anguish Languish”).   749 more words


What to Teach? What to Learn?

Changes in curriculum featured on many online portals seem to be unwittingly directed to institutions and families who have both educative and logistic resources that facilitate transitions between materials and pedagogies. 1,616 more words


Should Grade 12 English Be Mandatory For University?

If you were to go up to a group of teens and ask them ” what do you think about Grade 12 English ?”. I bet you 90 percent of them would say it is boring and the rest would say it is boring but critical to the way you would learn in post-secondary. 258 more words

Shakespeare's 'Tempest' & The Road to Redemption

When a thing of value is stolen, it can affect the person robbed in the sense that he or she is most likely to be less trusting and of a more suspecting nature. 1,703 more words


Worry about this one big problem || Acharya Prashant (2019)

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Question: Acharya Ji, how to come out of stress, worries and anxiety?

Acharya Prashant (AP): 1,100 more words


Trevor Daniel & Selena Gomez - Past Life (Lyrics)

Trevor Daniel & Selena Gomez – Past Life (Lyrics)

🎵 Follow 7clouds on Spotify : http://bit.ly/7CLOUDS 🎧 Trevor Daniel & Selena Gomez – Past Life (Lyrics) ⏬ Download / Stream: … 457 more words


Recommended: "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" by Frederick Douglass

“You may rejoice, I must mourn.”

Frederick Douglass, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”

One of my favorite teachers at the University of Arizona when I majored in English and Creative Writing was Professor Geta LeSeur.

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