English Conversation on Self-confidence

Self-confidence Class on “Self-

An Inspiring Course for Intellectuals

Use the audio player below to listen to the of this session:

Related Audio/Video File:

Please listen to/watch this audio/video file (lecture, , dialogue, audio-book, etc.) on our current subject before the class and try to answer the following questions:

  • File Name: The Power of Forgiveness – The Science of Happiness
  • Lecturer:

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  1. Explain about Brian’s .
  2. What is Dr. Albert ’s in ?
  3. can you be and ?
  4. Please describe ’s to the about snakes.
  5. What kind of change appeared in the participants’ behaviors after receiving or experiencing the in the test?
  6. Which title did Dr. Bandura select for the process of ?
  7. What is meant by ‘’?
  8. How could Mr. Dietz pacify the children who were about to have an ?
  9. What was the lecturer’s that could help him to that type of ?
  10. What does the of ‘’ at the end of the presentation ?

Related Idioms, Proverbs & Expressions:

  1. Take the wind out of one’s sails: Make somebody feel less confident
  2. : Have the ability to stay calm and confident and hide your feelings in a difficult and upsetting situation
  3. Throw / : a plan or idea

Related Techniques to Learn English to Live Better from the creator of the LELB Society:

  1. If you have doubt in yourself in getting something done, just see if others have done it or not. If a lot of people have done it, it means that you can do it too.
  2. Always do the things that matter most in your life and you will be confident.

Argue for/against: 

Please take an either positive or negative position to the statement below. You cannot be neutral. If all students have the same idea, the teacher will play devil’s advocate to have a heated argument.

takes precedence over self-confidence.

Photo Scanning:

Please examine the photo below and try to come up with as many reasons as you can in support of the following statement:

This man is .


Reaching a Conclusion: 

  • At the end of each session, we try to come to an informed conclusion on the selected issue.
  • The students are expected to take notes during the class and use their notes to reach a conclusion at the end of each session in around 2 minutes.

Call for Feedback:

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Which one of the following is more important to create more in : synchronous communication or communication?

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  1. 3. Please analyze the word confide etymologically and share your findings with us so that we could have a more vivid understanding of what confidence is all about.

    • Grammar Point (Noun Clause): … how confident you seem to others…
      The first part of your question is a yes/no question. The second part (why) does not semantically fit the first part.
      By the way, welcome back 🙂

    • Grammar Point (Question Form): You need to invert your sentence: Why is …?
      The number of your question must be “7”.


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