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WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES (HOMELESS SHOES)   9 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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“WALK” A MILE IN MY “SHOES”   Leave a comment

This is a Walk for “People” that are “Homeless” and not “Homeless” to teach others that not all “Homeless” are drug addicts and alcoholic’s most are just normal people that have had something happen to them.  To cause “Homelessness” we all 1000 or more will walk from 7-hills to the town square on Sunday April 8th from 2pm to 4pm with speaker’s at the town hall, we hope all across America this will happen!!

There need’s to be “AWARENESS” that homeless people need real “HELP.”

Stable is the key word!! How do you become “STABLE”?

  1. Answer these questions
  2. 1.  What does homeless mean to you?
  3. 2.  What caused a person to be in this predicament?
  4. 3.  What resources have they tried?
  5. 4.  How long have each homeless been “HOMELESS”?
  6. 5.  How do you prioritize each daily need.

6.  What prevents homeless from getting “HOUSING”?

7.  What do you think people perception is of the “HOMELESS”?


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)

Posted March 30, 2018 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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Homeless in America   Leave a comment

Homeless in America

Homelessness can be anyone around the world.  There are over 1.5 million every year just in America

this site will help you understand what homelessness is and how you can help.  This Web Site is not asking for money. but you can help in other ways.
Tom, a local teacher, became homeless for 30 days to raise awareness for the homeless. Here’s what happened when he tried to “Get a Job” with multiple college degrees and a degree from the US Navy.
Ten Things you can do to help Homeless People
#01.   Bring any type of Soap.  (Shampoo, Body Soap, Hand Soap).
#02.   Bring Towels  (All Sizes).
#03.   Bring Paper  ( tissue, Bathroom, Writing Paper, Note Book, Construction Paper).
#04.   Bring Cigerettes Rolling papers.
#05.   Jobs that can been done in your home.
#06.   Be a Sponcer to one person (Help Teach him or her how to make it in this new World).
#07.   Jobs that can help them find there own homes.
#08.   Clothing (ANY) Children to old men and women.
#09.   Bring Fruit Baskets like when Welcome Wagon brought when I was a child.
#10.   Bring Your LOVE not the HATE
 Most of the people that find themselves in a Shelter or the Salvation Army system are the ones that fall through the crack in a system with to many guild lines that is to protect each person.  That is where the problem fall’s short.  Back when I was young the Church is the ones that help all the people in the city and towns.  But today’s world I don’t see the churches doing what was done 40yr ago. we rely on the SSI Food Stamps, and Fed and state help, I do see a lot done for the shelter by church “FOOD” is one of the things they do very well.  And GOD see’s that I am sure.  What this web will do is give you a  insight of what is needed by you I am not asking for money.
I want you to go and see and talk to the homeless!! Don’t be scared!! They are more scared of you, then you of them.
Bring some of the things I listed above and give it out to them, Very easy they will be sitting outside until 4pm 7 days a week.
Ask there names, ask what do you need? very easy to do this.


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)

Posted June 22, 2016 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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Tom and Jerry Short’s cartoon   Leave a comment

 

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Posted April 4, 2016 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘phobia’?   3 comments

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1) What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘phobia’?
2) Do you have any phobias?
3) How can someone confront and overcome a phobia?
4) Are all phobias irrational?
5) How do phobias develop?
6) Arachibutyrophobia is the fear of peanut butter sticking to your mouth. Do you know of any other crazy phobias?
7) Do you know anyone who suffers from vertigo – a fear of heights?
8) What do you think eremophobia – the fear of oneself – is like?
9) Are people in your country xenophobic (they fear or hate foreigners)?
10) Can you guess what these phobias are – hydrophobia, zoophobia, sociophobia and numerophobia? What would life be like with these?
(Answers: fear of water, animals, society and numbers.)

 

 

 

 

 

1) What is a phobia?
2) What’s the difference between a phobia and a fear?
3) Gary Larson, a famous cartoonist, invented Anatidaephobia – the fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you. Can you understand this phobia? Can you invent your own crazy phobia?
4) Do you know anyone with haemophobia – a fear of blood?
5) Do you think people are developing new phobias?
6) What do you think would be the worst phobia to suffer from?
7) Charlie Brown said: “I’ve developed a new philosophy… I only dread one day at a time.” Do you also do this?
8) Do you, or anyone you know, suffer from Anglophobia – a fear of English and English people? How would this affect your studying?
9) Do you think hypnotherapy can cure phobias?
10) Someone once said: “Get the facts first. Then panic.” Is this good advice?

 

Would you rather win a Nobel Prize, an Oscar, an Olympic gold medal or a World Cup winner’s medal?   Leave a comment

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1) What images spring to mind when you hear the phrase “Nobel Prize”?
2) What do you think of the Nobel Prize?
3) What do you know about the different Nobel prizes?
4) What do you know about the different Nobel Prize winners?
5) What do you know about the life of Alfred Nobel?
6) Does your country have many Nobel Prize winners?
7) Would you prefer to win a Nobel Prize for peace, literature, medicine, physics or economics?
8) Ghandi never won the Nobel Prize for Peace. Do you think he should have?
9) Do you know any Nobel Prize winners who should not have received the award?
10) What do Nobel Prize winners have in common?

 

 

 

 

 

1) Would you rather win a Nobel Prize, an Oscar, an Olympic gold medal or a World Cup winner’s medal?
2) Men usually win Nobel Prizes. Does this make the Nobel selection committee sexist?
3) If you could make a new Nobel Prize category, what would it be and who would win it?
4) Do you think there should be a Nobel Prize for the environment?
5) Are there any better prizes in the world than the Nobel Peace prize?
6) What do you think you should win a Nobel Prize for?
7) How does winning a Nobel Prize change the winner’s life?
8) Should a Nobel Prize winner try to change the world?
9) Would you rather attend the Oscars or the Nobel Prize ceremony?
10) What would you like to ask a Nobel Prize winner?

 

Posted October 12, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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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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Do you worry about the world’s endangered species?   Leave a comment

1) Do you worry about the world’s endangered species?
2) Which animals, fish and plants do you think are most endangered?
3) What do you think the growing list of endangered species says about humankind?
4) Which endangered species would you least like to see disappear?
5) Are there endangered species in your country?
6) Do you do anything to protect endangered species?
7) Forty percent of all organisms are endangered. What do you think about this?
8) Why are so many species becoming endangered?
9) Do you think the list of endangered species can ever get shorter?
10) Do you like actors from other countries?

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1) Do you think humans will ever be an endangered species?
2) What should governments do to protect endangered species?
3) What do you think of the sale of products made from endangered species and how can we stop it?
4) Do you think endangered species can be bred in zoos or captive breeding programmers and then released into the wild?
5) Would you like to work for an agency that protects endangered species?
6) Do you know of any endangered species success stories?
7) How important is it to teach children about endangered species?
8) Which countries do you think are most guilty for endangering life?
9) Do you think honest politicians are an endangered species?
10) What question would you like to ask an endangered species?

Posted September 27, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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At what age do people usually begin to work in your country?   Leave a comment

  • At what age do people usually begin to work in your country?     See the source image
  • At what age do people usually retire in your country?
  • At what age would you like to retire?
    • What do you think you will do after you retire?
    • How much money do you think you need to retire with your lifestyle?
  • Can you talk about what a typical day at your current job is like?
  • Can you describe some of the people that you work with?
  • Can you describe your current job?
  • What was your first job?
  • Do women usually work after they get married in your country?
  • Do you ever work overtime?
    • If so, do you get paid more for overtime work?
  • Do you have a part-time job? If so, what do you do?
  • Do you have to attend a lot of meetings for your job?
  • Do you have to do a lot of paperwork?
  • Do you have to work overtime?
    • If so, how often?
    • Do you have to work on Sundays?
  • Do you know someone who has worked as an undertaker?
    • What is the job of a an undertaker?
    • Can women do this job or is it better for a man to be an undertaker?
  • Do you like your boss? Why or why not?
  • Do you like your job?
  • Do you like your job? Why or why not?
  • Do you think it is more important to make a lot of money or to enjoy your job?
  • Do you think it’s acceptable for women to be in the military? Why/why not?
  • Do you think people over 65 should be made to retire?
  • Do you think women and men should be paid the same for the same job?
  • Do you think women are good bosses?
    • Are there women bosses in your country?
  • Do you think your company is well run?
    • Do you think that the place where you work is well run?
  • Do you work on weekends?
    • Do you work on Sundays?
  • Does your mother work?
    • Does your mother work outside of the house?
  • Have you ever been promoted?
  • Have you ever taken any courses that specifically help you with the job you are doing now?
  • Have you ever worked on a farm?
    • Did you like it?
    • Would you like to go back on this farm job?
    • If not , why?
  • How do you like your work?
  • How have working conditions changed in recent years?
    • Do you think that working conditions have improved? If so, in what ways?
  • How long do you plan to continue working where you are?
  • How long have you been working at your present job?
  • How many days a week do you work?
  • How many hours a week do you work?
  • How many times have you been promoted?
    • When was the last time you were promoted?
    • Did you get a large pay raise at that time?
  • How much do you think a doctor should be paid a month?
  • How much money do you make? (Maybe this is not a good question to ask.)
  • How much money does a secretary get paid per week?
  • How old were you when you got your first job?
  • How well do you get along with your boss?
  • If you could own your own business, what would it be?
  • If you had to choose between a satisfying job and a well-paid one, which would you choose?
  • Is it common for men and women to have the same jobs in your country?
  • Is it easy to find a job in Canada? How about in your country?
  • Name three occupations that you could do. (For example, be a mortician)
    • Name three occupations that you could never do?
  • What are some common occupations in your country?
    • What are some common jobs for men in your country?
    • What are some common jobs for women in your country?
    • What are some jobs that children do?
  • What are some jobs that you think would be boring?
  • What are some jobs that you think would be fun?
  • What are some questions that are frequently asked in a job interview?
  • What are you responsible for?
  • What are you trying to do in order to find a job that you really like?
  • What do you do?
    • What’s your job?
  • What do you like most about that job?
  • What do you think is the best job? What do you think is the worst?
  • What do you think would be the most interesting job? The most boring?
  • What does your father do? (What does your father do for a living?)
  • What does your mother do?
  • What influenced your choice of job? (Why did you choose your job?)
  • What job do you want to have in five years’ time?
  • What job would you most like to have, if social/cultural boundaries did not apply? (How different are they?)
  • What job(s) do you wish to have in the future?
  • What jobs in your country are considered to be good jobs? Why?
  • What kind of volunteer work have you done?
  • What kind of work do you do?
    • What kind of work do you want to do in the future?
  • What plans have you made for your retirement?
  • What three adjectives would describe yourself as a worker?
  • What time do you get home from work?
    • Is it the same time every day?
  • What time do your start and finish work?
  • What would be your dream job?
    • Do you think it would be possible for you to get this job?
  • What’s one job you wouldn’t like to do? Why not?
  • What’s your brother’s occupation?
  • When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
  • When you were a child, what job did you want to have when you grew up?
  • Where do you work and what is your current job?
  • Where do you work?
  • Which job are you best at?
  • Which job would you never do?
  • Which jobs do you think are the most prestigious?
  • Who among the people you know has the most interesting job? What is it?
  • Why did you leave your last job – did you resign or were you sacked?
  • Would you be upset if your boss was a woman?
  • Would you consider the military as a career choice? Why or why not?
  • Would you consider yourself to be an ambitious person at work?
  • Would you describe yourself as a workaholic?
  • Would you like a job in which you traveled a lot?
  • Would you like a job that required you to sit at a computer all day?
  • Would you like to do the same job for the rest of your life?
  • Would you like to work in an office? Why or why not?
  • Would you rather be a doctor or a banker?
  • Would you rather work inside or outside?

  • What job would you most like to do?
  • What are the names of some of the people with that job?
  • Do you personally know any one with that job?
  • How long do you plan to keep it for?
  • When do plan to retire?
  • What other fields or work will that job make you qualified for?
  • What are the work details of that job; what will be your duties at that job?
  • What steps are required from you to become a/an…?
  • So, how long before fore you become a/an…; at what ages will you both start and finish this/each job/career?
  • What do you hope to spiritually gain from that job?
  • What do you wish to physically gain; what kind of things would you like to buy with your money?
  • How much money do you need to make to fulfill you dreams and desires?
  • If money weren’t a problem for you, which job would you prefer to have?
  • How does money affect your decisions?
  • How do your wants and desires affect your career options and goals?
  • How many years of schooling would you prefer to have?
  • Can you improve on the way things are now being done in the field you choose?
  • Which college courses are needed for you to be the very best in your field?
  • Which college courses are required for you dream job?
  • What other courses do you need to take so you can pursue your hobbies and personal interests?
  • Which of the classes mentioned above are you giving the highest priority? Why?
  • Who is the breadwinner (provider) in your family?
  • Who makes the most money in your family? (This may not be a “polite” question to ask.)
  • Is it common for people from your country to have one job for life?
  • Do you see any unfair labour practices in your country’s workforce?
  • Do you have an after-school job?
  • Would you like to have a management position?
  • What are the pros and cons of being a manager?
  • What are the qualities a good boss should have?
  • What is a fair wage for the skills you have?
  • Are there any jobs which can only be done by one gender?
    • If so, what are they?
    • What are some jobs that some people think only one gender can do, but can be done by either gender?
  • What should you not do during a job interview?
  • Who would you hire a employee with a lot of experience or an employee with a lot of education?
  • Have you ever worked?
  • Getting a Job
    • What is the difference between work and a job?
    • Do you have a job?
    • How did you get it?
    • Did you have to go to university to get it?
    • What is the name of your job?
    • Is it a popular job?
    • Is it a job mainly for men, or for women?
    • Did you need any special training to get your job?
      • What type of special training did you need?
      • How long and where was the training?
    • Is it an indoor, or outdoor job?
    • Which do you think most people prefer, indoor or outdoor jobs?
    • Does your job pay a good salary?
    • What are the advantages and disadvantages to your job?
    • Which do you think are some of the more demanding jobs?
      • Which are the least demanding jobs?
    • Which jobs are badly paid?
      • Which jobs are over-paid?
    • Which job are more popular than others, and why?
    • Is your job competitive?
    • What about promotions?
    • Is it too competitive?
    • How is your relationship with your co-workers?
    • Why would I choose you instead of the 50 others wanting this position?
  • These were submitted as possible job interviewquestions.
    • What degrees do you have?
    • How much experience do you have?
    • Where have you worked?
    • Why did you choose this employment?
    • How much would you like to earn?
    • Have you ever worked in this field?
    • Where would you like to work? Why?
    • Why do you find your job interesting?