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LISTENING VIA PRONUNCIATION (3)

RULE 2: YOU CAN´T MATCH LETTERS TO SOUNDS

Let´s go back to Spanish, Japanese and other syllable-based languages. We talked about speaking and listening, but READING is also important. 1,835 more words

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New Online Newspaper Resource Available through JJML

The library has recently acquired Newspaper Source Plus, an online database providing a full text digital collection of the world’s major news content. The database contains comprehensive full-text for major newspapers such as… 100 more words

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Ruminations on #recipesconf

Watching Kierri Price’s brave Facebook Livestream creation of a cake recipe for #recipesconf spawned some thoughts on the purpose of sharing recipes. Janet Theophano in Eat My Words wrote: “Cookbooks, then, besides describing foods, are records of women’s social interactions and exchanges.” 181 more words

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Exploring ancient cesspits in Deventer (Netherlands)

University of Amsterdam MSc Biological Sciences student Jippe Kreuning investigated the contents of cesspits in the Dutch city of Deventer for his research project. Jippe investigated fossil pollen, seeds and other biological remains to discover what people in the ancient city were eating. 37 more words

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Focus on: e-Learning for Healthcare

e-Learning for Healthcare (or e-LfH for short) is a Health Education England Programme working in partnership with the NHS and professional bodies to support patient care by providing e-learning to educate and train the health and social care workforce’ ( 356 more words

CAE: LISTENING - TIPS (1)

This post is based on my CAE: Reading – tips (1) post, because both reading and listening are passive skills.

What you listen to in English could be roughly divided into six categories: 370 more words

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Fossil Hunters!

New films on how to find out about past environmental change from Elizabeth Alexson (University of Minnesota Duluth, USA)

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