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Achieve Your Goals: The Power of Self-Discipline

How to achieve your goals with the power of self-discipline with a video and vocabulary practice in real context for advanced ESL students based on the English Immersion Program Video of the power of self-discipline Watch this video on YouTube. What is self-discipline? Self-discipline, the cornerstone of achieving goals and fostering a flourishing life, can…

Mañana 601 Words You Need to Know

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Mañana 601 Words You Need to Know /məˈnjɑːnə/ (adv) Definition later, later on, some time in the indefinite future, tomorrow, not now as a sign of postponement or procrastination Example I’ve read several books about time management, procrastination, etc. They all gave some good tips but in the end, they didn’t solve my problem. After…

The Prison of Your Mind – English Presentation

The Prison of Your Mind by Dr. Sean Stephenson at LELB Society with Podcast and Vocabulary Flashcards

The Prison of Your Mind – English Presentation by Dr. Sean Stephenson at TED.com with selected reading and illustrated vocabulary flashcards to improve your English and brush up your life Source of image: TED.com Listening practice Lecturer: Sean Stephenson Watch this video on YouTube. Reading practice Never call yourself names. Calling yourself a name is reducing yourself…

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdɪl.ə.tri/ (adj) Definition likely to cause delay and slow, sluggish, tardy, unhurried, sluggardly, dragging, intended to delay, laggard, procrastinating, slow-footed, lazy, delaying, slow-paced, behindhand, slow-going Example Dilatory tactics are often the main cause of undue delay. To prevent them, legal systems – regardless of time and place – have searched for…

Procrastinate 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 2

Procrastinate 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 2 Procrastinate 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 2 /prəʊˈkræs.tɪ.neɪt/ US /proʊ-/ (verb) to postpone and keep delaying something that must be done due to being boring and unpleasant, put off, balk at, hesitate, waver, falter, defer, stall, drag one’s feet, play a waiting game, adjourn,…

Sluggish – English Flashcard for Sluggish for IELTS

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Sluggish Sluggish (adj) /ˈslʌg.ɪʃ/ moving or operating more slowly than usual and with less energy or power, lethargic, slow, inactive, lifeless, slothful: The company performance is sluggish and inefficient this year because of bad financial conditions. The football player seems sluggish after being rehabilitated from his injured leg. Needless to say, sluggish people have a marked tendency for procrastination. A heavy lunch makes me sluggish…

English Vocabulary about Laziness for IELTS

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English Vocabulary about Laziness English Vocabulary about Laziness Drag one’s feet (idiom) to do something slowly because you do not want to do it Watch this video on YouTube. The advertiser was dragging his feet owing to non-payment for his previous work. The painter dragged his feet until he got ensured about receiving a good…

IELTS Listening Practice Beat Procrastination

IELTS Listening Practice LELB Society

IELTS Listening Practice Beat Procrastination IELTS Listening Practice Beat Procrastination 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…

IELTS Listening Practice Self-discipline

IELTS Listening Practice LELB Society

IELTS Listening Practice Self-discipline IELTS Listening Practice Self-discipline 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 the basis…

Social Media | A Presentation in English

English Presentations LELB Society

Social Media | A Presentation in English Social Media | A Presentation in English Watch this video on YouTube. LELB Lecturer: Fatemeh Questions about the Presentation: How often do you use online media for communication? What changes does the emergence of internet communication tools bring to your life? Are you satisfied with the emergence of…