Advert Definition in Context with Images

Advert definition in context with images and parts of speech from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, advert, in real context and short passages and improve your reading comprehension as well. /ad-ˈvərt/ (noun & verb) Advert definition Verb: refer to something, make reference to something, turn or call attention to something, … Read more

Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind – English for Psychology

Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind – English for Psychology with a podcast, selected passage and illustrated flashcards to improve your listening and reading comprehension Reading practice Focus on your future instead of your past People focus on the negative instead of the positive, and on the past instead of the future, because that is what used … Read more

Nurture 1100 Words You Need Week 21 Day 4

Nurture 1100 Words You Need Nurture 1100 Words You Need /ˈnɜː.tʃəʳ/ (noun & verb) Verb to give food to someone and take care of him so that they can develop and grow, take care of young thing, feed, nourish, look after, raise, rear, foster to help and support a plan or person to develop and … Read more

Scrutinize 1100 Words You Need Week 9 Day 4

Scrutinize 1100 Words You Need Scrutinize 1100 Words You Need /ˈskruː.tɪ.naɪz/ (verb) Scrutinize definition to examine something very carefully in order to discover information, inspect, study, pore over, analyze, dissect, search, investigate: Example He scrutinized the men’s faces carefully/closely, trying to work out who was lying. Antonyms glimpse, glance Parts of speech Noun: scrutiny Noun: … Read more

Heed – English Flashcard for Heed for IELTS

Heed Heed (noun & verb) /hiːd/ verb: to pay attention to a warning or advice – give serious attention to something, listen to, take note of, notice, attention, note, care, mindfulness If you had heeded my advice, you wouldn’t have been in trouble now. Antonyms: disregard, negligence Adjective: heedful Noun: heeder

English Presentation Attention Span

English Presentation Attention Span English Presentation Attention Span Handout Provided by the Lecturer What is attention span? According to the scientists’ findings, has our attention span been lengthened or shortened in comparison to the past? Why isn’t people’s attention span long enough these days? How could message notifications undermine your attention span? How can we improve … Read more

Smartphones IELTS Listening Reading Practice

Smartphones IELTS Listening Reading Practice Smartphones IELTS Listening Reading Practice Selected Text (below 500 words) Source: https://qz.com/1278770/does-moviepass-know-what-its-doing/ Despite their usefulness, smartphones can be something of a scourge when it comes to getting things done. But it’s not just thumbing away on screens that eats away time. That itch you feel to reach for your pocket every time … Read more

IELTS Listening Practice Memory Improvement

IELTS Listening Practice Memory Improvement IELTS Listening Practice Memory Improvement  About this activity This activity is labeled round table by Dr. Hariri, the creator and administrator of LELB Society. This activity is on the premise of Flipped Learning, according to which the students watch a video before the class, carry out research into the selected theme, and prepare themselves for an informed discussion in the class. This activity is on … Read more

English Presentation Self-Awareness

English Presentation Self-Awareness English Presentation Self-Awareness How to Give a Significant Presentation Write the script of your Lecture: Noun1. a formal talk on a serious or specialist subject given to a group of people, especially students: We went to a lecture on Italian art. Who’s giving the lecture this afternoon? 2. an angry or serious talk given … Read more

English Presentation | Working Memory

English Presentation | Working Memory English Presentation | Working Memory How to Give a Significant Presentation Write the script of your Lecture: Noun1. a formal talk on a serious or specialist subject given to a group of people, especially students: We went to a lecture on Italian art. Who’s giving the lecture this afternoon? 2. an angry or serious … Read more