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The Walnut Tree by Aesop for English Students

The Walnut Tree by Aesop for English Students with a video and vocabulary practice

The Walnut Tree by Aesop for English students with a video, vocabulary practice in real context, and questions for discussion The Walnut Tree is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project. Video of the Walnut Tree Watch this video on YouTube. The Walnut Tree by Aesop A walnut tree, which grew by the…

Cultivating an Optimistic Outlook for ESL Learners

Cultivating an Optimistic Outlook for ESL Learners with a video and vocabulary practice in real context

Cultivating an optimistic outlook is the belief that good things will happen eventually. It’s a powerful tool for navigating life’s inevitable challenges. It can bolster resilience, foster positive relationships, and fuel motivation towards achieving goals. Video of cultivating an optimistic outlook Watch this video on YouTube. Boosting optimism in life For English as a Second…

The Slave and the Lion by Aesop for ESL Students

The Slave and the Lion by Aesop for advanced ESL students to learn English vocabulary in real context with a podcast

The Slave and the Lion by Aesop for advanced ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context The Slave and the Lion is now in the public domain on Gutenberg Project. Podcast of the Slave and the Lion Watch this video on YouTube. Another version of the Slave and the Lion The…

The Soldier and His Horse with Video & New Vocabulary

The Solider and His Horse from Aesop with new vocabulary and video for English students

The Soldier and His Horse is a popular fable written by Aesop with vocabulary practice and video for English students. Study this English short story and learn new vocabulary in real context. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Video of The Soldier and His Horse Watch this video on YouTube. The Solder and His Horse…

English Presentation on Happiness + Reading

English presentation on happiness with reading practice

English presentation on happiness to practice speaking given by LELB Society’s students alongside reading passages on the same topic. Join LELB Society and give lectures in English on interesting topics. English presentation on happiness Watch this video on YouTube. Reading practice on happiness Keep a gratitude journal If someone were to ask you what you’re…

Gratitude Definition in Context with Images

Gratitude definition in context

Gratitude definition in context with images and synonyms from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, gratitude, in authentic context and real short passages with antonyms. /ˈgræt.ɪ.tjuːd/ (noun) Gratitude definition the state of being grateful or thankful, thankfulness, appreciation of kindness, acknowledgement, gratefulness, thanks Example The word gratitude is derived from the…

Ingrate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Ingrate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Ingrate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈɪŋ.greɪt/ (adj & noun) Definition a person who is not grateful or thankful, an ungrateful person, churl, cad – ungrateful, unthankful Example We can get so caught up in our own bubbles and concerned with our own problems that we forget to think about and appreciate the things that our fellow…

Grateful 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 16

grateful LELB Society

Grateful 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 16 /ˈgreɪt.fəl/ (adj) thankful, appreciative, expressing or showing thanks, obligated, indebted, obliged – satisfying, pleasing, comforting, pleasant What Does It Mean to Be Grateful? Gratitude isn’t just in our head: It takes root in our heart and in our senses, for one beautiful moment…and then the next. Here are…

Bliss by Katherine Mansfield – English with Short Stories

Bliss by Katherine Mansfield at LELB Society to enjoy reading literature and improve your vocabulary with flashcards with a podcast

Bliss by Katherine Mansfield Bliss by Katherine Mansfield Available in the public domain through Gutenberg Project Although Bertha Young was thirty she still had moments like this when she wanted to run instead of walk, to take dancing steps on and off the pavement, to bowl a hoop, to throw something up in the air…

Happiness IELTS Listening Reading Practice

IELTS Listening Practice LELB Society

Happiness IELTS Listening Reading Practice Happiness IELTS Listening Reading Practice Lecturer, author or publisher: Tal Ben-Shahar on Big Think Happiness IELTS Reading Practice Watch this video on YouTube. What can people do each day to be happier? The first thing to do to become happier paradoxically is to accept painful emotions, to accept them as part and…

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