As a student in the intensive CLI program, I received four hours of private Chinese lessons every weekday, which, as you can imagine, dramatically improved my language skills. On some days, if I got up early enough, I even participated in dawn tai chi classes with Colok, a Chinese teacher who regularly practices this ancient martial art with “his” students on CLI’s spacious rooftop. My relatives, friends, and university colleagues who are going to learn Chinese ask me to tell them about my experience in Guilin and how I have succeeded so quickly in learning the language. I also spent several hours in one of CLI’s many study booths in the afternoon, surrounded by textbooks and flashcards, reviewing the material I had learned in class. On weekends, when there was daylight, I biked along the Li River or participated in one of CLI’s weekly excursions-the famous Yangsho Baths, the ribbon-like rice terraces of Lunsheng, and the ancient villages preserved among the bamboo forests were just some of the frequently visited places. When the hallways became noisy again, I headed to my second two-hour class, where I moved on to a new class, corrected a written essay or took the opportunity to review the material under the guidance of my experienced teacher. Although I had studied Chinese for several years in the United States, I always thought my language potential would only truly unfold in China. Put these two pictures together, add a few hundred karst limestone mountains, and you find yourself in Guilin, a strange and refreshing corner of southern China, a special place where I was lucky enough to spend my summer vacation. CLI, a language and culture school whose mission is to build bridges between China and the rest of the world, would be the ultimate catalyst for developing my love of the Mandarin language. Once I decided I needed to find a way to get there, I searched the Internet for language schools to attend and came across the Chinese Language Institute, or CLI for short. On days when I was feeling particularly confident, I would sit at one of the Mandarin Only tables and try my best to keep up with the native speakers as they interacted with the students and teachers.
In this article we will give you some tips and vocabulary with correct pronunciation so that you can communicate effectively about body parts in English. With what you have learned, you should be able to have a simple conversation and say what is going on with your body in English. You probably already know some words related to the human body, such as nose, feet, or eyes. I hope you have now learned something about body parts in English. The next time you have to talk about your body in a medical emergency or in everyday conversation, you certainly won’t have a problem with it. However, you will have to learn a little more to be fluent, especially if you are on vacation in an English-speaking country and you have an emergency. Your body is like your home, so it is very important to know your body parts. As you may have noticed, the list of body parts is quite long. For example, do you know how to say “you have a headache” in English? Or how to talk about an internal organ? But don’t worry. Limbs are necessary for moving, manipulating objects, working, and interacting with the outside world, to name a few. Muscles allow us to move objects, propel ourselves, and perform functions such as smiling or chewing. Bones provide support, shape, and structure to our bodies. See the table below for more information about limb details in English. They also provide protection, such as the skull, which protects the brain like a helmet, and to which the facial muscles are also attached. It is here that most of our senses, which are necessary for communication and perception of the outside world, are located.
Yes, I know it’s terrible to listen to yourself, but it’s a great way to improve your spoken Chinese! If you’re having trouble with your tone, use our tone training tool. Of course, I still study flashcards with written Chinese vocabulary every day, but it’s extra fun for me to practice with both physical and digital tools. One way to motivate yourself is to find an aspect of Chinese culture that interests you and study it! Perhaps you remember Nora’s calligraphy classes? Nora said it helped her a lot with her Chinese because she understood the language better. An online dictionary, a mobile app on the go, or a good old pocket dictionary are all essential for learning Chinese! There is a wide variety of online dictionaries and apps, many of which have extra features such as line animations and sounds. We also have a list of our favorite books consisting of textbooks, calligraphy and Chinese character writing books that have been used and reviewed by a team of Chinese writers and ambassadors in our Facebook group. If you’ve been learning Chinese for a while and want to take it to the next level, check out our friends at Mandarin HQ, who offer a video platform guaranteed to improve your listening and speaking skills in Chinese, bringing you closer to your native language. Can you just go online, find a few sites, and write down a few words? You might find videos on YouTube called “Learn Chinese in 5 Minutes” or buy a glossy edition of “Chinese for Dummies” at your local bookstore. Although I just talked about the usefulness of 田字格 for writing characters, there’s another great pair: a water pad and a Chinese brush! These notepads are actually Chinese notebooks in the form of cloth. TIP: If you want to learn Chinese well, avoid online translators, they will only confuse you, especially if you are new to the language. If you want to learn Chinese, feel free to repeat phrases on the bus, subway or on the street! There are some great tools, but one of our favorites is ChinesePod. As I mentioned earlier, having a Chinese “teacher” can be very important when you’re trying to learn a language. One of the best and most interesting ways to learn Chinese is through Chinese movies, TV shows and music. Holly joined the Writing China team in July 2014 and is one half of the British podcast Two White Chicks in China. Recording your voice during a conversation in Chinese and listening to it can help correct difficult problems later on.
And explore eight locations in PJ Mask, from Mystery Mountain to the moon! Discover a world of friendship, teamwork, and secret collectibles with the help of PJ’s robot. Who goes out at night to save the day? It’s you. Put on your pajamas and take on the roles of Catboy, Owl and Gecko in the most exciting game of PJ Masquerade. Use your superpowers – Catboy’s speed, Owl’s flying skills, and Gekko’s brawn – to stop the bad guys of the night. If you follow the link and make a purchase, you can receive a commission from Microsoft. Head out of Mission Control HQ on a bouncing and racing adventure for little heroes.
Arlasoft: Another finished game, this time Galaga’s big brother, Galaxian! All enemy attack codes have been transferred directly from the Z80 arcade for authenticity, and it also includes a two-player cooperative mode and an accelerated playthrough mode. Galaxian became the second best-selling arcade game in 1979 and 1980 in Japan and the second best-selling arcade game in 1980 in the United States, where it became one of the best-selling arcade games of all time, with 50,000 arcade units sold in 1982. Galaxian has appeared on Indie Retro News several times before, mostly because it’s a classic arcade game that home developers love to clone with special effects and add-ons. This time we’re going back to the original 1979 hit, as Arlasoft has ported this classic retro shooter to the C64, complete with all the nostalgic elements like sound effects and waves of animated enemies. Wikipedia says of this game, “Galaxian was Namco’s first big hit arcade game. A great game for the C64, especially since it was made by the same developer who created the ports of Galaga, Taz, and even Fast Food. The game was highly praised for its gameplay and use of color graphics.” You can download it for free or play it in your browser. Developed by Blogger.
In another language, it can be hard to tell if you’re vegetarian or vegan, especially if the name of the dish states that it contains no animal products. Check out the Busuu blog for tips and advice on learning a language, information about culture and history, company news, and new products. Busuu is a language learning community that helps over 100 million people learn languages online. Elena, a senior Spanish language specialist, is originally from Salamanca, Spain, but currently lives in London. In anticipation of World Vegan Day, we’d like to talk about what everyone who follows a plant-based diet fears. Put an end to “I’m vegan” and start learning the language with Busuu today. If you ever go to Brazil, try cheese bread for breakfast and top it with every fresh fruit imaginable. France may be the land of cheese and butter, but my I support you. And why? Because in Spain, contrary to the name, bocadillos vegetales are often stuffed with tuna. She studied English literature and linguistics in her hometown and then became a Spanish teacher at the Cervantes Institute. So you’re in luck: There’s a whole world of deliciousness waiting for you in Italy. You’re hungry and can’t wait for your first bite.
Even as offices reopen and employees return, employers increasingly have to think about how to use business communications technology intelligently to stay competitive and meet customer needs. Using the right technology for business communications is not just about following current trends. It’s about preparing for the future and making sure your business can take advantage of greater scalability and better communication methods in the years to come. Grammarly is a digital communications assistant that uses advanced technology to provide information and suggestions that can dramatically improve the quality of your organization’s written communications. Simply put, digital communication assistants like Grammarly are versatile tools that can help you improve many aspects of your business. If you’d like to learn more about how Grammarly Business can improve your communication and technology strategies, contact us today. Advances in business communication technology have accelerated in recent years. Using technology to facilitate communication and collaboration between teams allows them to do quality work more effectively. The relationship between business, communication and technology is symbiotic. Tools like Grammarly allow team members to maximize communication across multiple channels, including internal collaboration platforms as well as email, social media, text messaging and more. Digital communication tools like Grammarly can increase the efficiency, engagement and responsiveness of colleagues and customers. These revolutionary inventions have had a huge impact on internal and external business communications. The robot guides customers through the basics of ordering glasses by answering questions such as “What information do I need to order?” and “How do I send a prescription?” This allows the company’s customer service staff to focus on solving more complex customer problems. But you don’t have to be Bill Gates to use technology to streamline business communications. A customer who has interacted with a satisfied, enthusiastic employee is likely to leave satisfied – and just as likely to return and recommend your company to others. Modern workplace collaboration platforms like Trello and Slack include elements that allow you to communicate faster and more effectively within your company.
When you learn Spanish with Rosetta Stone, context clues help you relate words to pictures, reinforcing the nuances of each verb form. No matter which scenario you choose, Rosetta Stone will help you reach your Spanish learning goals and speak with confidence from the very first lesson. With each Rosetta Stone lesson, you’ll learn new vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation in a carefully structured and dynamic immersive environment. Maddie is the education editor at IXL, an affiliated brand of Rosetta Stone. If you’ve fallen in love with Spanish, you’re not the only one! More than 500 million people around the world speak Spanish. When you learn a language, you want to be able to talk about what people are doing. Now that you are familiar with the basics, you can think about what you want your language learning journey to be. 1999-2020 Rosetta Stone Ltd If you want to learn Spanish but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. In Spanish, most verbs end in three letters “ar,” “er,” and “ir.” You will learn through dynamic immersion, not repetition, and improve your pronunciation step by step. From food to furniture, from sports to nature, there are many related words — words that sound and mean the same thing in two languages.
New Amiga news for those who have been following our recent updates regarding the OCS Amiga conversion of the classic arcade game called Kung Fu Master, created by Graham Covey, Ten Shu and DJ Metune. We’ve covered the upcoming conversion many times before, and since the beginning Graham Covey, Ten Shu and DJ Metune have been working hard on their version of the 1984 classic Irem arcade game, with the game becoming more and more impressive with each new update. So you’ll be happy to know that the game will not only be called Devil’s Temple – Son of the Kung-Fu Master, but will also be a spin-off with lots of cool levels and a combination of some of Vigilante’s best features, such as weapon grabs and extra player movement. Since the game is a spin-off of Devil’s Temple with a new look and quirky additions, we’re still looking forward to another version of King Fu Master that will feature the original arcade graphics. In addition to this news, Graham Covey showed off the game’s incredible title screen. Producer: Blogger.
We’re not here to judge, but we also argue that the other person will wonder later what went wrong and may still be offended or hurt-so don’t leave the scene as gracefully as you might think. Instead of walking away in silence, we’ll give you some ideas on how to respectfully let others know what’s going on – and perhaps reassure some. It’s not pretty, but it’s understandable that when a situation becomes unpleasant or unacceptable, you don’t want to openly insult or offend someone by telling them that it’s not about you, it’s about them. And just to be clear, if you’re afraid this person is a creep, there are no rules except that you should only do what you think is safe. Now you’re a candidate for a position, but you’ve decided you don’t want it. At this point, we’d be guilty of two things if we didn’t consider: if this is someone you have a history with and care about, you obviously need to have a more detailed conversation with them than we can lay out here. Another scenario: you meet someone for a cup of coffee, take a walk by the lake, laugh at their jokes, see the concern in their eyes, and conclude that’s all you need to do with them. Scenario: Someone offers you a particular job, but you don’t know if you want it. The key is to be polite, leave the door open for other opportunities, and give people time to move on to the next candidate. After careful consideration, I have come to the conclusion that it is not appropriate on my part to continue the application process, and I am respectfully withdrawing my application. That’s fine, and it’s not the same as bringing it on. It’s an underrated skill: finding the right words to politely walk out of a situation or relationship without becoming a “ghost.” Maybe I’m wrong, but it seems to me that you’re interested in something I’m not. I don’t want there to be an unpleasant relationship between us, so I wanted to be honest. Thank you for taking the time to review my application and tell me more about the position. Again, you can keep a low profile and pretend to be invisible when meeting in public. Even if you’ve never heard the term “ghosting,” you’ve probably encountered it – and perhaps experienced it personally.