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English Only in the EFL Classroom: Worth the Hassle?

Introduction In considering the use of L1 (the learners mother tongue) in ELT (English Language Teaching) on the part of the teacher, one of the first assumptions is that the teacher has a sufficient command of the students L1 to be of value in the first place. Another assumption which …

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Natural Treatment for Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

The Sphincter of Oddi is a central gate to many liver, gallbladder and pancreas problems. Many scientists believe that the Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction (SOD) is a culprit of the pancreas diseases and it is the common source of chronic pain after gallbladder removal. Around the common bile duct, pancreatic …

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Learning Spanish Courses – For Work Or Play

Learning a language, especially Spanish can be one of the most rewarding experiences ever. I have put together a few tips on surviving the Spanish language course.First of all, if you have ever decided on learning Spanish or you think it's time to knuckle down and finally learn there's never …

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Better Grades in School – Who Is Responsible?

Test results prove it. Our children are not performing as well on standardize tests as their counterparts in other countries? Why? Some say it due to the school system, the teachers unions, other say it because of the parents, while others blame the government, but few say it just be …

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Offshore Banking Advice

Nowadays people are required to be much more flexible as regards to their work life, they are often expected to work abroad for a number of years as part of the natural progress cycle through a company. Increasingly so are also the numbers of people who are choosing to work …

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Designed for a Purpose

Purpose creates the existence of everything which we see. The things which are seen existing are in existence because of its purpose. Purpose must be fulfilled and so things are built to exist as a means through which purpose is fulfilled, that without purpose nothing will exist. Everything built was …

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The Master Skill of Coaching: Building Rapport

The master skill of coaching is building rapport; without it all the other skills become increasingly redundant. In building rapport it is useful to think of a three step process: knowing you, liking you and finally trusting you. This is as true in coaching as it is in sales; for …

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Choosing a Bank Account

One of the first things you must do when starting a new business is open a bank account for your business. You will have to consider several things including transaction and borrowing costs, what facilities the bank offers, and the type of relationship you want with a bank. A business …

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ESL Vs Bilingual Teaching

After what it may appear at first glance, ESL (English as a Second Language) and bilingual teaching are quite different. They both involve learning English, but this is where the similarities stop. This article will examine both types of education. ESL English as a Second Language training is based around …

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Benefits To Having An Education

If you look back to the 70s and 80s, many people were able to get by without even having a high school diploma. You could get a job job and make $ 20 an hour without much effort. These days, these jobs are much harder to acquire. Not getting some …

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Characteristics of Bad Public Speakers

Congratulations! You’ve set your sights on a lofty goal, being one of the worst public speakers imaginable. It will take a while and require a lot of practice, but if you do your best at being the worst, soon nobody will want to hear you speak in public. Follow these …

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16 Most Inspiring Famous Failures

To succeed in business or life, I came to realize that we must continually take remedial actions. Putting myself on the line day after day can be extremely draining, especially when things do not work out as I desired. Hence, each time I face a disappointing event or undesirable outcome, …

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