Best English Presentation on Meditation Benefits

An English presentation on meditation and its numerous benefits to practice speaking and pronunciation for IELTS and TOEFL given by LELB Society’s members and students. Join LELB Society and give speeches in English for our detailed feedback. English presentation on meditation Reading practice on meditation benefits What is Meditation? Meditation is a practice that incorporates … Read more

Best Webinar on Vocabulary Improvement – 10 Essential Tips

Free English webinar on vocabulary improvement with LELB Society’s members and visitors about the important tips on expanding your academic vocabulary and use them in your daily life. You can watch all of our webinars on YouTube. The Transcript of this Webinar on vocabulary Make a list of the new words that you learn. It’s … Read more

Subliminal 601 Words You Need to Know

Subliminal 601 Words You Need to Know /ˌsʌbˈlɪm.ɪ.nəl/ (adj) Definition without conscious awareness, hidden, unconscious, subconscious, below the threshold of consciousness, unintentional, concealed – (in advertisement) trying to grab the attention of people and influence them indirectly while the people are not aware of that Example The birth of subliminal advertising as we know it … Read more

Sentient GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Sentient GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈsen.tɪ.ənt/ /ˈsen.tʃənt/ (adj) Definition aware and conscious, feeling and perceiving the atmosphere around you, perceptive, alive, cognizant, reactive, intelligent, alert, responsive, sensitive, sensible, animate, thinking, au courant Example Non-odontogenic facial pain can be caused by inflammation due to tumor, infection, or trauma. Topographical classification is often applied to this complex region. … 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

Aware English Flashcard for Aware for IELTS

Aware English Flashcard Aware English Flashcard (adj) /əˈweəʳ/ US /-ˈwer/ having information and knowledge about something or being able to notice something, conscious, alert, watchful, careful, vigilant, mindful, circumspect, cognizant I was not aware of this rule that you said I’ve violated. Antonyms: unaware, ignorant Noun: awareness

Mind-Body Connection IELTS Listening Reading Practice

Mind-Body Connection IELTS Listening Reading Practice Mind-Body Connection IELTS Listening Reading Practice Lecturer, author or publisher: Maryam Alimardani on TED-Ed Mind-Body Connection IELTS Reading Practice The Rubber Hand Illusion Look at your hand. How do you know it’s really yours? It seems obvious unless you’ve experienced the rubber hand illusion. In this experiment, a dummy hand is placed in … 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

Attention and Memory | TESL Issues

Attention Attention is viewed as a mainly conscious process involving working memory (Ellis, 2008). Suchert (2004) defines attention as “A process in which biological mechanisms interact when goal-directed behaviours and stimulus-driven responses converge in action (p. 144). Schmidt (1990, 1993, 1994) has argued that attention is essential to learning; that is, there is no learning … Read more

Cortex of the Brain | Neurolinguistics

Cortex Cortex or cerebral cortex covers the surface of the brain and is only 2-4 mm (0.08-0.16 inches) thick. It plays a central role in such functions as memory, attention, perceptual awareness, language, and consciousness. The outermost part of the cortex is grey in color, hence the common term ‘grey matter’. The inner layers are … Read more