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AMERICAN MEN PLEASE RAISE YOURSELF-UP ABOUT THE DEM’S TRASH AND THE PETTY WOMEN’S PROBLEM’S!!!   Leave a comment

WERE IS THE OUT-CRY? WHERE IS THE MEDIA? SHOUTING DOWN THESE TWO SOB’S FOR SMURKING?

 

 

WERE IS THE OUT-CRY? WHERE IS THE MEDIA? SHOUTING DOWN THESE TWO SOB’S FOR SMURKING?

THE DAMM DEM’S HAVE HAD IT SO EASY IT MAKES ME SICK.  THOSE POOR KID’S HARRASSED BY A SICK INDIAN, AND THE MEDIA TRY’S TO BLAME A MEGA HAT!!!

 

WHEN WILL OTHER REPORTER’S LIKE FOX STEP-UP AND SLAM THIS TRASH!!

AMERICA!1 PLEASE WAKE UP AND AT LEAST LOOK AT THE PEOPLE YOU VOTE FOR!!

IF AMERICA GO’S LIKE SOCIALIZEM AND UNDER A DICTATOR LIKE THE DEM’S WANT THEN AMERICA CAN ONLY BLAME THEM SELF’S FOR VOTING FOR TRASH OF AMY DEM.

 

MEN! YOU HAVE BEEN PULLED INTO WHAT MY MOM AND GRANDMOTHER CALLED THE WOMEN ARGUMENT’S WHEN AFTER WORK OR AFTER CHURCH, WOMEN WILL SET DOWM AND TALK FOR HOURS ABOUT PROBLEM’S THAT US MEN COULD CARE LESS ABOUT.

IF MY GRANDFATHER HAD TO WORRY ABOUT ALL THE STUPID WOMEN’S TOPIC’S AND WHAT HE THOUGHT ABOUT THE SUBJECT, HE WOULD NOT HAD FOOD FOR THE FAMILY!!

 

THERE IS A LOGIC:   WOMEN WORK WITH WOMEN AND MEN WORK WITH MEN.

 

THE WOMEN HAVE PULLED MEN INTO THE LITTLE IDEA’S AND THE BITTERNESS, AND HATE.  MEN!! BE SMARTER THEN WOMEN!!

 

RISE-UP ABOVT THE TRASH!!

 

 

Posted January 26, 2019 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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“WOW” lowest price and brought to your door “amazon”   Leave a comment

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I get aggravated easily when I go shopping. When the check-out lines are long, parking lots are full and traffic is backed up I usually think to myself whether or not I could have bought the item online. While I shop on a few different websites, I mostly use Amazon.com. Below are a few of the ways I have found to be frugal by using Amazon.com

1. Buy Groceries in Bulk

Amazon.com sells a lot food and household products in bulk sizes that you would see at warehouse stores such as Costco or Sam’s Club. I have purchased items at a large discount compared to buying them individually in a regular store. Examples of groceries that I’ve bough off Amazon at a discount include granola bars, shaving razors and cereal.

2. Price Shop for Big Purchases

When I’m making a big purchase (over $50 or $100) I will make sure to research the item on Amazon. I will look at review scores and comments as well as pricing. You can save a lot of money purchasing items on Amazon because they are able to sell things at a discount due to the volume of orders they have.

3. Free Super Saver Shipping

Look to lump together purchases you are making to reach the $25 threshold to get free super saver shipping. When your order includes eligible items and you go over the $25 baseline, you can get free shipping on your purchase. As long as you don’t need the product in a hurry, you can save a few dollars this way.

4. Amazon Prime

An even better option for saving money on shipping is to have an Amazon Prime membership. There is no $25 threshold to reach for free shipping when you have this membership, it is unlimited two-day shipping and if you do a lot of shopping on Amazon it is helpful to have. Also, (students get Amazon Prime free for a year).

5. Gift and Wish Lists

Instead of buying every thing you want off of Amazon add the items to a gift or wish list. You can set up multiple lists for different types of things you are looking to buy. Lists can also be sent to family and friends for birthdays, holidays, graduations or other celebrations for them to purchase items you want. This is a way to avoid getting the gifts you don’t want and instead receive things you’ve had your eye on for a while.

6. Buy Used

There are resellers on Amazon that sell used items from the same page as the new items. Look for whether or not you can save money on a purchase by buying a used book or movie instead of a brand new one. Be careful though of how much they charge for shipping. Some retailers will low ball their price to look the cheapest but charge the difference in shipping costs.

7. Save Time Shopping Online

A big reason why I like to shop on Amazon is that it saves time. I don’t have to drive to a store, look around for the item, decide whether or not it is priced well, etc. I can go online to Amazon, purchase an item quickly and get it shipped wherever I want it to. This is especially important during the holidays. The two places I hate going to around the holidays are the mall and the post office. They are always more busy then and by doing my shopping online I can buy presents and have them shipped directly to family around the country.

What other ways do you use Amazon.com or other online retailers to save money online?

 

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Posted November 10, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘qualification’?   Leave a comment

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English: An Italian immigrant makes an American breakfast aided by instructional materials from the YMCA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘qualification’?
2) What do you think of qualifications?
3) What qualifications do you have?
4) What qualifications would you like to have?
5) Which qualifications do you think are best to have?
6) Do you think everybody needs qualifications?
7) Do all qualifications need to be recognized by employers?
8) Do you think some qualifications are a waste of time and money?
9) What are the minimum qualifications needed to do the job you have / want?
10) What qualifications would you expect your English teacher to have?

 

 

 

 

 

1) Are qualifications important to you?
2) Would you rather have a well-qualified teacher with little experience or a very experienced teacher with no qualifications?
3) Do you think everyone should do a qualification in first aid?
4) Do you think there should be minimum qualifications for politicians and presidents?
5) What qualifications does your country’s leader have for his/her job?
6) Do you think qualifications should be the same in each country so they can be used all over the world?
7) What do you think of the idea of a parenting qualification that all future parents must study for?
8) Have you ever lied (would you ever lie) about the qualifications on your resume in order to get a really good job ?
9) Is it possible to be overqualified for a job (i.e. to have too many qualifications)?
10) Do all qualifications need to be of the paper variety?

 

Posted October 19, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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“THANK” “YOU” ALL MY FRIENDS IN THE WORLD   Leave a comment

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Thank-You Students all of you I just past 900 post on everything in english, I have 2000 more to post and look out I am going to add something special in each one, So I say thank you for you nice comment’s and advice.

Posted October 13, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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What is the Internet?   Leave a comment

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Student Masato & Teacher Alvin

 

 

 

1) What is the Internet?
2) What would the world be like without the Internet?
3) Could you live without the Internet?
4) Is the Internet dangerous?
5) What kind of technology will replace the Internet?
6) What annoys you about the Internet?
7) Are you addicted to the Internet?
8) What do you think of social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Bebo?
9) Can you remember the first time you used the Internet?
10) Do you think fingerprints or retina scans are better than ID cards?

 

 

 

 

1) How does the Internet work?
2) How would your life be different without the Internet?
3) What do you use the Internet for?
4) How has the Internet changed the world?
5) What’s the best thing about the Internet?
6) Could the Internet have a better name?
7) What does the Internet need more of?
8) What is your favorite Internet site?
9) What do you think of the idea of Internet shopping or online dating?
10) Do you think people will prefer to live their lives on the Internet instead of real life?

 

Posted September 29, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘disease’?   Leave a comment

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Age-standardised disability-adjusted life year (DALY) rates from STDs excluding HIV by country (per 100,000 inhabitants). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘disease’?
2) Do you worry about diseases?
3) What dangerous or deadly diseases are there in your country?
4) What do you think the deadliest disease in the world is?
5) Do you think anyone will spread killer diseases as a means of warfare?
6) What are the most common causes of diseases?
7) What infectious diseases are there in your country?
8) Have you ever had any vaccinations against diseases?
9) What childhood diseases did you get?
10) Is there a history of disease in your family?

 

 

1) What is disease?
2) Have you ever had a disease?
3) Which disease would you most like scientists find a cure for?
4) What do you think when you read or see news reports on the spread of bird flu, HIV/AIDS and other headline-hitting diseases?
5) Do you think scientists will one day wipe out/eradicate all diseases?
6) What do you think the scariest disease is?
7) Are there ever any outbreaks of diseases in your country?
8) What is the best way to stop diseases from spreading?
9) Is there sufficient education and awareness in your country about sexually-transmitted diseases?
10) What diseases do you worry about getting in your old age?

 

 

Posted September 26, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘discussion’?   Leave a comment

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1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘discussion’?
2) What’s a healthy discussion?
3) Do you like taking part in discussions in English?
4) Do you ever get involved in pointless discussions?
5) Do you ever join discussion boards on the Internet? Are they good for your English?
6) How often do you take part in political discussions?
7) What are frank discussions, lively discussions, brief discussions and lengthy discussions? When was the last time you had each of these?
8) What kinds of discussions do you think are really boring?
9) Someone once said: “Discussion is an exchange of knowledge; argument is an exchange of ignorance.” What does this mean? Do you agree?
10) A Chinese proverb says: “A single conversation across the table with a wise person is worth a month’s study of books.” Do you agree?

 

 

1) Are you good at discussing things?
2) What are the differences between discussions, debates and conversations?
3) When was the last time you had a heated or animated discussion?
4) Do you like looking at discussions on TV between a panel of experts?
5) What are the big discussions in your country at the moment?
6) Would you like to take a course on how to do well in discussions?
7) Do you make a point of having the last word in a discussion?
8) Leon Trotsky said: “If we had more time for discussion we should probably have made a great many more mistakes.” Do you agree?
9) A Kenyan proverb says: “Having a good discussion is like having riches.” Do you agree?
10) Did you like this discussion on discussions?

 

Posted September 26, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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