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WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES (HOMELESS SHOES)   8 comments

 


If you still need Sir: there are 3000 homeless in the NWA area, many of them want to work and they will work all day 7 days a week, they want a chance to get out of homelessness

Supervisor is Serge 903-421-7695

girl’s want painting job’s 479-966-8943

many men want plumbing job’s 479-301-1842

there are 30 men and about 30 women that want work

Alvin

https://eslschoolforenglish.wordpress.com/2018/04/20/walk-a-mile-in-my-shoes-homeless-shoes/
HIRE THE HOMELESS
Solomon@7hillscenter.org

If you have ANY type of labor work that needs to be done big, small, ongoing, or 1 time, cash paid jobs. Give me a call/text anytime at or a free quote !

I am a jack of most labor trades.
I have experience and am skilled in-
Painting, Tile work, House remodeling, Flooring, RV repair, Moving,General Remodeling, Exterior painting, Sheet rock, ceiling repair,
Landscape, Organizing, Sales, Cleaning, Construction, Lawn care, Appliance installation, Counter tops,
Insulation, Project management, Sheet rock, Carpentry, Siding, Decking, Roofing, Furniture assembly,
Installing garage doors, Vehicle oil/brake changes,
And many other types of General Labor.
(no plumbing or electrical)
I am a self starter and extremely quick learner.
I always try my absolute best to meet and\or exceed your standards and expectations !
I offer good prices for quality work and flexibility to work with you the best I can on your unique needs per project/job.
I am a physically strong, reliable, and trustworthy, 34 year old man
I have a great work ethic
I am not a felon
I am drug free
I have a valid Ar driving licence.
I have a reliable vehicle.
I have reliable skilled help available if needed per job.

Posted April 20, 2018 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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Twilight Zone !!!!!!!hahahahahahahah   Leave a comment

 

Nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=DyDCaSqxhUc#t=55sight Gallery is an American anthology series that aired on NBC from 1970 to 1973, featuring stories of horror and the macabre. Rod Serling, who had gained fame from an earlier series, The Twilight Zone, served both as the on-air host of Night Gallery and as a major contributor of scripts, although he did not have the same control of content and tone as he had on The Twilight Zone. The series was introduced with a pilot TV movie that aired on November 8, 1969, and featured the directorial debut of Steven Spielberg, as well as one of the last acting performances by Joan Crawford. Allegedly, Bette Davis was set to star in the segment, but she felt her work was not important to a young director. However there is nothing in the files at Universal to suggest anyone other than Crawford was slated for the role.Best Bit – Rod Serling turning to the camera and saying, “Good-Evening”, with a smile. You can see his sense of humour right there. brilliant writer. great sense of humour. There’s to be a new film made about his life coming out next year. Hope they do a good job of it. He deserves it.

Burgess Meredith was one of those actors who made you forget you were watching an actor. You believe he is the person he was portraying. Check out any 3 of his film roles or TV appearances if you don’t already know what I mean. Try an episode of the 1960’s Batman TV series in which he played the Penguin, the 1939 version of “Of Mice & Men” & any of the Stallone “Rocky” films. Have a good time.

What definition would you give for laughter?   Leave a comment

Laughter is the Sun - Victor Hugo Quote

Laughter is the Sun – Victor Hugo Quote (Photo credit: Chiot’s Run)

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1) What definition would you give for laughter?
2) Do you laugh a lot?
3) How important is laughter?
4) Is laughter infectious / catching?
5) Do you often burst into laughter?
6) When is laughter wrong or ill-advised?
7) What do you think when you hear the sound of laughter?
8) How does laughter happen?
9) People can ‘roar’ or ‘howl’ with laughter, and ‘burst into’ or ‘break into’ laughter. What are the differences between these?
10) How does our laughter sound as we move from being a baby to our old age?
1) Is laughter ‘the best medicine’?
2) What do you know about laughter yoga and laughter clubs?
3) Have you ever laughed at something you shouldn’t have – something very serious?
4) Can you always contain your laughter?
5) Do you ever have uncontrollable fits of laughter?
6) What do you think of canned laughter on the television?
7) Why do you think some people laugh more than others?
8) What social functions does laughter have?
9) Do men and women laugh about different things?
10) What would you like to know about laughter?

Do you like jokes?   4 comments

English: Little Giant. Jew Jokes. Cleveland: A...

English: Little Giant. Jew Jokes. Cleveland: Arthur Westbrook Company, 1908. Dime Novel Collection (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) Do you like jokes?
2) Are you good at telling jokes or do you know anyone who tells good jokes?
3) Do you always get (understand) the jokes you hear?
4) Are the jokes you hear always funny?
5) What makes a joke funny?
6) Do you understand jokes from other countries or jokes told in English?
7) What is the funniest joke you know?
8) Do you ever think your country’s leaders or sports teams are a joke?
9) Are there times when jokes are bad and should not be told?
10) This is an English joke: Q. What do you call a fish with no eyes?
A. fsh. What do you think of this joke?

 

 

 

 

1) What kinds of jokes are there in your language?
2) In English there are sick jokes, private jokes, cruel jokes and dirty jokes. What do you think these are?
3) What are jokes in your country usually about?
4) Can you take a joke when someone plays a joke on you?
5) Have you ever done anything that is beyond a joke?
6) Do you laugh at children’s jokes?
7) Do you laugh at your own jokes? Is it OK to do this?
8) In English, there are ‘mother-in-law’ jokes and ‘blonde’ jokes. Are there groups of people in your country that are commonly joked about?
9) Are there racist and sexist jokes in your country? What do you think of them?
10) This is an English joke: Q. What do you call a deer with no eyes?
A. no idea. What do you think of this joke?

 

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

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘euthanasia’?
2) What is the legal status of euthanasia in your country?
3) Do you agree with euthanasia?
4) Do you understand why people choose euthanasia to end their life?
5) The Ancient Greek for euthanasia is ‘good death’. What do you think of this meaning?
6) Passive euthanasia’ is where somebody refuses medication knowing they will die without it. Do you think this is OK?
7) ‘Non-aggressive euthanasia’ is where life support systems keeping someone alive are switched off. What do you think of this?
8) ‘Aggressive euthanasia’ is where lethal substances are used to kill someone who wants to die. What do you think of this?
9) What do you understand by the terms ‘mercy killing’ and ‘assisted suicide’?
10) Do you know any famous cases of euthanasia?

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1) What is the difference between euthanasia and suicide?
2) Is there a difference between euthanasia and murder?
3) Does a family member or a doctor have the right to turn off a life support machine?
4) How long should doctors keep someone alive who is brain dead?
5) What does your religion say about euthanasia?
6) Don’t you think doctors have a duty to keep people alive?
7) Is euthanasia a compassionate way for the dying to die?
8) Do governments have the right to keep suffering people alive?
9) Why not allow euthanasia to save on health care costs?
10) Do people have a right to die?

 

 

 

 

 

Posted September 28, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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