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Today, I want to tell you all about emotional support chickens. It seems that a nursing home here in the UK has been offered chickens by a local school in order to take away the loneliness of it’s residents and help them feel better. Nursing Homes and Care Homes are places where we put older people who cannot look after themselves. It's hoped that the chickens will bring residents a number of benefits. From fostering a sense of community to reducing mental health problems. Now, I'm not sure about you but for me, I'd probably rather have the cash or if there’s perhaps other opportunities, maybe I’d prefer to talk to someone. These chickens don't actually have to be bought, it looks like they were given free to this nursing home. But still, if they're going to give away chickens, I'd rather have the cash.
Emotional Support Chickens (with transcript)
22. Mai 2024 07:07
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Привет, новый понедельник! 📅 Nominative case and other details At my family reunion, my mother pointed out to me "… когда море грубый." I read this sign in Arabic (on the second attempt), remained extremely proud of myself, and lost interest when I saw English below. “Море” is neuter means “грубое”, and lexically it’s better to say “волнуется” or “неспокойно". But it’s the grammatical gender and plural that you should learn first. And here comes another detail, the nominative case. The nominative case is the main character of your sentence. All that you introduce or name, “This is Ivan”, “this is a table”, is the nominative case. But I teach not only students but also teachers, so I root for both sides. Since some people have the idea that they can take a textbook and teach, don't blame them, if you take a hammer and try to build a house for the first time, the result may be... unexpected. So those self-proclaimed teachers confuse the gender with the nominative case. Students after a certain time will come to another teacher and tell them that they learned the nominative case, some will add spent hours on it. How fast did you read the sentence about the Nominative case? Now you understand the amazement of teachers, especially fresh out of university. If you want to reach B2 or beyond you need to see the difference. The gender is constant -- that’s very important. The case is situational like clothes which you wear according to the event. Dear teachers, students who learned the nominative case usually learned gender and plural. Dear students, if teachers are asking what you have studied in the nominative case, this is not a reason to think about their competence yet. If you want to start speaking Russian well from the beginning, you can check my schedule. Learn Russian the simplest way. 🤟
Where is the nominative case? Мне нравится русский язык.
Мне
русский язык
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20. Mai 2024 18:26
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Which part are you worried about? I met a student from China who came to prepare for IELTS speaking, and while reading his goal, I picked certain areas from his answer that he wasn't even aware of.  This was the goal: (I will hide the name, just to illustrate some of my student's goals), so here were his goals: "My goal is to break through 5.5 in IELTS speaking. I often don't know what to say when communicating, especially during exams, and the answers are a little incoherent and overly nervous." These were the issues I identified a) Not knowing what to say (being stuck). b) During exam fear (most people have 'exams-fear'. c) Doubting about the answers (whether its correct). d) Fear, anxiety when communicating. What about you, do you have some of these concerns? If you said yes - I know how you feel and that's exactly what I am addressing in all of my IELTS speaking classes because the issues are similar in most cases. Please listen to the podcast and pick what will resonate with you, and join my 1-on-1 VIP classes for your outrageous success in communication improvement whether for IELTS speaking, job interview preparation or business English. See you in my classes.
Which part are you worried about?
20. Mai 2024 13:22
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Video Podcast~♬ Japanese Podcast for Beginners|| オーロラ✨を まって | VERY VERY EASY Native JAPANESE! オーロラの ニュースを みました。わたしも オーロラが みたくて、それで、よぞらを みながら、オーロラを まちました。 Q.みなさんの ところでは オーロラ✨が みられましたか。 📖きょうの おはなし 「オーロラを まって」 (1)00:00 オープニング (2)00:24 ゆうやけ (3)00:56 21じ40ごろ (4)01:15 22じごろ (5)01:36 よなか (6)02:33 ネコの ゲンブガンちゃん 🦔🍎 ちょっと むずかしい ことば・ぶん 🍅🦔 It is useful to copy and paste words you don't understand into the translation‼Microsoft Translator / Google Translator: You can also check the reading of kanji‼‼ 1))オープニング 00:00 ・夜 ・空 ・夜空 ・オーロラ(aurora) ・待つ 【grammar check!】①かもしれない ②そうだ〈I hear〉 2))ゆうやけ 00:24 ・向こう(向こうにV) ・赤い ・光 ・夕焼け ・真っ暗 ・暗い ・早い 【grammar check!】 ①そうだ〈I hear〉 ②く/に なる ③てから 3))21じ40ごろ 00:56 ・さっき ・明るい 【grammar check!】 ①より ②なければいけない 4))22じごろ 01:15 ・大体 ・やっと 【grammar check!】 ①になる ②reasonて、emotion ③てしまう ④ので ⑤ことにする 5))よなか 01:36 ・夜中 ・目が覚める ・戻る ・カメラ ・SがOを動かす ・Sが動く ・変な ・窓 ・網戸(screen window? window screen?) 【grammar check!】 ①てくる ②てみる ③Aと、B 〈When A, B will always happen〉 6))ネコのゲンブガンちゃん 02:33 ・時計 【grammar check!】 ①ことにする ②"what you did"と、"Something you noticed" ③reasonて、emotion ④Plain form の 〈noun phrase〉
オーロラを まって
あなたは オーロラを みましたか
はい、みました!みられました!
いいえ、みられませんでした…(ざんねん…)
いえの なかで ねていました。しりませんでした。
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20. Mai 2024 07:06
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