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Essay 10 on Comparing Pianos with Electronic Keyboards

Kodi Lee - You Are the Reason

Similarities and Dissimilarities between Pianos and Electronic Keyboards Human begins have shared their beliefs with the state-of-the-art musical instruments since the dawn of invention of the instruments. The pianos as one of the most common keyboard musical instruments and electronic keyboards have their dissimilarities and similarities, which will be juxtaposed by analyzing the both sides.…

The Brother And The Sister – English Tale

The Brother and the Sister English fairy tale from Aesop's fables with podcast and vocabulary

The Brother and the Sister is an English short story from Aesop’s fables with a video or podcast. You can practice reading comprehension and improve your literary vocabulary in context. You can also select any text and listen to it to improve your listening comprehension. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org The Brother and the Sister…

Little Thumbelina by Hans Christian Andersen for ESL Students

Little Thumbelina by Hans Christian Anderson for ESL students with a video and vocabulary practice in real context

Little Thumbelina by Hans Christian Andersen with a podcast and list of vocabulary practice for young learners and ESL students Little Thumbelina is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project. Persian version of Little Thumbelina Click on the link below to read the Persian version of Little Thumbelina: داستان بند انگشتی برای آموزش…

The Ass in the Lion’s Skin by Aesop for ESL Students

The Ass in the Lion's Skin by Aesop for ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context

The Ass in the Lion’s Skin by Aesop for ESL students based on the English Immersion Program with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context The Ass in the Lion’s Skin is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project. Podcast of the Ass in the Lion’s Skin Watch this video on YouTube.…

The Peacock and the Crane by Aesop for ESL Students

The Peacock and the Crane by Aesop for ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context

The Peacock and the Crane by Aesop for ESL students with a podcast, vocabulary practice in real context and Persian version The Peacock and the Crane is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project. Podcast of the Peacock and the Crane Watch this video on YouTube. The Peacock and the Crane A peacock…

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka for ESL Students

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka with podcast and vocabulary practice for ESL students

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka and translated by David Wyllie with a podcast to learn vocabulary in real context and leave questions for literary criticism The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project Podcast of The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Watch this video on YouTube. The Metamorphosis by…

Her Eyes Bozorg Alavi Translated by Nafise Aghaee

Her Eyes Bozorg Alavi translated by Nafise Aghaee

Cheshmhayash or Her Eyes Bozorg Alavi translated by Nafise Aghaee with a video as an abstract of this Persian novel Translated by Nafise Aghaee Video of Her Eyes Bozorg Alavi Watch this video on YouTube. Her Eyes Bozorg Alavi I heard this incredible story about an art gallery that the owner of gallery had died…

Body Language in Teaching English with Best Practices

Using body language in teaching English as a second language for more productivity

Do you like to use body language in teaching English or any other second languages? In this article, you will learn why it is recommended to use body language and nonverbal communication while teaching second or foreign languages. Author: Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl Watch this video on using body language in teaching English Watch…

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail with Podcast from Aesop

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail from Aesop's fables to learn English vocabulary in real context

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail is one of the most popular Aesop’s fables with podcast to enjoy learning English and expand your vocabulary in real context. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Video of The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail Watch this video on YouTube. The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail…

Debonair 601 Words You Need to Know

Debonair 601 Words You Need to Know at LELB Society

Debonair 601 Words You Need to Know /ˌdeb.əˈneəʳ/ (adj) Definition (especially of men) well-dressed and elegant, urbane, gentlemanly, charming and handsome, cultured, gallant, cultivated, genteel, confident, refined, suave, well-groomed, sophisticated, gracious, chivalrous, polished Example When I saw a friend’s Facebook post the other day about him being upset after he was abused by a woman…

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