Death of The Universe


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Thank you very much Javier (my student) for giving me this video to watch, which we are gonna comment about tomorrow in the class



The Everyday Language Learner: Dr. James J. Asher



My oldest daughter introduced me to this video, and it was the right moment. Because I saw how my youngest daughter communicated perfectly to Chinese children, who were talking to her in Chinese while she was talking to them in English.
So, I totally agree with Dr. James Asher because I thought: “How can they understand each other if my daughter does not speak Chinese and the other kids don’t speak English? , so I think this video, which shows Dr. Asher’s theory….probably has the answer…..who knows, think about it….I would like to know your opinion

This is really interesting for my students to read and learn new vocabulary

Small Food Business

kickstarter tipsCrowdfunding, essentially asking people to make donations to help you start, build, or grow your business, seems to be all anyone’s talking about these days.  With success stories of entrepreneurs hitting gold on crowd funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo among others, it’s tempting to think that all you have to do it throw together a video and wait for the cash to start rolling in.  Turns out, it’s not quite so simple and only about 40% of food-related Kickstarter businesses ever actually hit their goal.  So why do some businesses knock it out of the ballpark and others not even making it off the starting line?  We talked to Aaron Barthel and Karl Mueller of Intrigue Chocolates to find out the secret behind their Kickstarter success.

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