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🌟 English and Chinese Verbs of the Day 🌟 Specially designed for our awesome Italki students! Let's dive into today's verbs and boost your vocabulary. Need 需要 (Xūyào) Negotiate 谈判 (Tánpàn) Nominate 提名 (Tímíng) Notify 通知 (Tōngzhī) Nudge 轻推 (Qīng tuī) 🚀 Ready to nudge your language skills to the next level? Today's verbs will help you negotiate tricky conversations, notify others with ease, and nominate yourself for success! 🔹 C(58) Quiz: Challenge yourself with our quiz and see how well you've mastered today’s verbs! 🔹 C(58) Vocabulary Flash Cards: Quick, fun, and effective for learning these essential verbs. 📅 Book a class with me on Italki and let’s negotiate your path to fluency together! If you have questions or need extra guidance, I’m here to support you. Let’s make your language learning journey extraordinary! Happy learning! 🚀
Verb Poll of the Day Do you already have everything you "need"?
not sure
I have some of what I need.
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23 июля 2024 г., 4:24
How does advice from parents differ from advice given by friends? Advice from parents often differs from advice given by friends in several key ways: Experience and Wisdom: Parents usually have more life experience and wisdom. They’ve likely encountered many of the same challenges their children face, which allows them to offer practical and time-tested advice. Friends, on the other hand, might be going through similar stages of life and may not have the same breadth of experience. Their advice might be more relatable but less informed by long-term perspective. Perspective and Objectivity: Parents tend to have a long-term perspective on their children’s well-being. Their advice often considers future implications and long-term benefits. Friends might focus more on immediate concerns and short-term outcomes. Their advice can be more spontaneous and less weighed down by considerations of long-term consequences. Emotional Involvement: Parents are deeply emotionally invested in their children’s lives. This can make their advice more caring and protective, but it can also lead to bias as they may have strong opinions about what’s best for their children. Friends, while caring, usually have a more detached perspective. Their advice might be less biased and more neutral, as they don’t have the same level of emotional involvement. Authority and Respect: Advice from parents often carries an inherent authority and is sometimes seen as a form of guidance that should be followed out of respect for their experience and position. Advice from friends is usually seen as a suggestion rather than a directive. It’s often taken more casually and can be more flexible in its application. Understanding of Individual Context:
22 июля 2024 г., 7:13
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