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Dottoressa Dilia

Dear friends:

It is a great pleasure to introduce Ms. Dilia Calderín, better known as Dottoressa Dilia in the social media, who will be our guest blogger today. 735 more words

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TPR as a segue to TPRS by Emily Ibrahim

If someone would have asked me six months ago what TPR (Total Physical Response) is, I would have replied that basically, it is giving commands in the target language, with the student responding to that command physically. 903 more words

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5 Reasons to Opt for International Internships

International internships are both exhilarating and frightening, but when you get passed the fear, you will be faced with one-of-a-kind opportunity: A chance to build a career in a foreign company, or to build a good base for your future career opportunities. 996 more words

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Remembering the Old Metropolitan Opera House [video]

Fred Plotkin blogs about the old Met:

The last Monday in September is, customarily, the opening night of the season at the Metropolitan Opera house. 241 more words

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5 Ways Italian Families Say I Love You - GUEST POST

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For Celebrity Chef, Joe Borio, host of the YouTube cooking show, Cooking Italian with Joe, growing up in the Italian “Family” was always filled with so many ways to say I love you. 1,268 more words

Ronna Wineberg: "Nine Facts" About Writing a Collection of Stories

Now that my new collection of stories, Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life (Serving House Books), has been published, I’ve begun to think more about the process of writing—what writing means to readers, what it means to me. 2,182 more words

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Who is Shameless This Election Season? One TV Show’s Challenging Depiction of the Working Poor

Since the 2016 Presidential race began, pundits have been scrambling to understand what is apparently the most inscrutable segment of the Trump voting bloc: disaffected white working-class middle-aged men who feel they have lost gender and race privileges along with their economic security. 1,355 more words

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