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付加疑問文 Tag Questions + Dialogue Listen for the tag questions. View All Dialogues + Mari: You know what’s the worst? Alison: What? Mari: When you have to go to the bathroom so badly, and you just cannot find a public restroom. Alison: It’s so true, and there aren’t very many alternatives. Mari: No. And I feel like we’re so lucky in the US because we have a lot of public restrooms. If you’ve traveled extensively, you don’t always get to places that have them. Alison: Exactly. Mari: And then you realize… Pretty lucky. Now, the flip side of that is that they are not always the cleanest places, are they? Alison: I know! I always worry about my hygiene when I go in. I was in a public restroom the other day, and there were no soap dispensers and no paper towels. Mari: I understand. And sometimes, there’s a lack of privacy, like there’s not really doors, and the door doesn’t lock. But you know, when it’s an emergency, they’re your best resource. Alison: I am glad we have options. Discussion Mari and Jessica agree that public bathrooms have advantages and disadvantages. They are not usually clean places, and Jessica worries about her hygiene whenever she uses a public restroom. Also, because they are public, these bathrooms are often missing necessary supplies, like soap and paper towels. And they don’t always give people enough privacy.However, Mari and Jessica also think that, in an emergency situation, a public bathroom is a wonderful resource. Not every country has restrooms for people to use when they are traveling around town. Marni thinks people in the US should feel lucky because they have the option to use public restrooms, and Jessica agrees with her.Do you have many public bathrooms in your country? Are these bathrooms clean or dirty? Grammar Point Tag Questions 付加疑問文 Marni and Alison are talking about public bathrooms. Mari says, “Now, the flipside of that is that they are not always the cleanest places, are they?” She uses a tag question.Tag questions are two word tags added to the end of a statement to […]
The Art of Website Trackback Etiquette Trackback Etiquette: Using trackbacking as a traffic building tool is a fine art. Many bloggers make the mistake of going trackback crazy before their blog has enough or even any content. This may bring new readers in but they will not stay long or bookmark your site as you don’t give them a reason to. It is also important to know your place in the blog hierarchy. The really popular bloggers are trackbacked constantly so you will not likely get their attention by trackbacking because you will be one of many. You need to carefully pick and choose who you trackback and when you trackback if you want to use it for building your blog traffic. Trackback spam is also a big problem nowadays, so when you receive a trackback to your blog, make sure you check to see the blog that initiated it, it could be a spam blog. You will know this because the blog doesn’t have any original content, it just republishes the content of other blogs. I suggest you delete any trackback spam and only let the real trackbacks from real blogs go through live on to your blog or website. Try some trackbacks today and see if it will open doors to new relationships with other bloggers. Here’s to your blogging success, Yaro Starak from Entrepreneurs-Journey Edited by Glen Rowell
How to Study in Six Simple Steps Space (1) How to Study: It is easier to study when you are in a comfortable space. Make room, mentally and physically, for studying. Take a deep breath and pause for a moment before you start. Remember the types of things that make you comfortable. Place (2) Personalize your workspace. Pace (3) Notice the way you like to work, and adjust your pace accordingly. If you work slowly just allow more time to study. 10 minutes break for 30 minutes study works for a lot of people. Memory (4) Our brains are wired to remember the first and last things best. So use this to your advantage by putting the most important bits of information there. Method (5) It’s always good to have a plan. However big or complex your task may look at first sight, with a feasible plan you can always find a way to manage it. When studying, break your biggest goal into smaller chunks or tasks. It’s best if each of these chunks consists of a single topic. Often, you’ll discover one or two key elements that stand out and get fixed in your mind. You can then use those as building blocks. Classic tricks used by memory professionals include ‘the house of memory’ where you place everything you want to remember in unique locations in the house. It’s also useful to use humor — play with your key-words and make them funny or outrageous. You’ll be surprised at how much easier they are to memorize. Mind maps (6) A mind map is rough diagram that you can make to visually outline information. You can create a mind map by starting with the primary word or phrase of a topic in the center, with related, lesser categories branching out from it. Subcategories of these are on smaller branches, still. Your categories can consist of anything you think is important; they can be important terms, ideas, or tasks to complete — […]
Study Tips – Below are a few ideas on studying English effectively. There are many ways to study English, but many students ask which is the most effective. Unfortunately, I don’t think there is a single answer that is right for every student. However… I can certainly give advice. Here are some helpful guidelines as to how to study that should help. Warming-up to Study English Just as there are exercises to help you warm up before you play some basketball or other sport, there are exercises which can help you warm up to study English. Here are some simple exercises to help you warm up. How to Study EffectivelyStudy Tips 1: Activate Your Vocabulary Activate your vocabulary by thinking or speaking briefly about the subject you are about to work on. For example, if you are going to study English on topics that focuses on vacations, take a moment to think about your last vacation, what you did, what you enjoyed, etc. This simple exercise will help your brain warm-up to vocabulary that you are likely to encounter as you study English about this particular subject. 2: Activate Your Grammar Activate your grammar by thinking about the general grammar area before you begin to study. For example, if you are going to study English grammar focusing on the past, stop to think about what you did last weekend, where you went, etc. to help activate what you already understand about using the past. As with activating vocabulary, you’ll help your brain bring up what it knows about the past simple in an easy way before you begin to focus on studying English grammar in detail. 3: Sing a Song Before class begins, or before you sit down to study English sing a song in English to yourself. Make sure to use a song that you understand and know very well. This short and fun exercise will help your brain focus on the English language in a relaxing manner. It’s […]
Emulate: To strive to equal or excel, especially through imitation Emulate – Vocabulary ˈɛmjʊleɪt/ verb: emulate; 3rd person present: emulates; past tense: emulated; past participle: emulated; gerund or present participle: emulating Match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imitation. “most rulers wished to emulate Alexander the Great” Synonyms imitate, copy, reproduce, mimic, mirror, echo, follow, model oneself on, take as a model, take as an example; imitate. “hers is not a hairstyle I wish to emulate” Computing reproduce the function or action of (a different computer, software system, etc.). “The adaptor is factory set to emulate an NVidia graphics board.” Other Examples Charleston wants to emulate Manhattan’s selfie-ready linear park but avoid the displacement it wrought. Is that possible? Published in 1991, it’s not the oldest emulation that’s on offer but it’s probably the best for feeling like you’re using a full computer setup. The Philadelphia 76ers should be looking to emulate the San Antonio Spurs and their success statistically in almost every season. Gandhi Sangrahalay director Razi Ahmad on Thursday called upon the students to emulate the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi Origin late 16th century: from Latin aemulat- ‘rivalled, equalled’, from the verb aemulari, from aemulus ‘rival’. Japanese 1. 倣う (narau): imitate 2. 競う (kisou): to compete with 3. 傚う (narau): imitate; follow 4. エミュレート (emyure-to) View Other Word Lists
Verbs describe the way someone or something does something. They describe an action, like the words eat, sleep, love, and study. They are actions, words that involve motion or physical activity. Example List（動詞リスト） Verbs beginning with the letter A acceptaddadmireadmitadviseaffordagreealertallowamuseanalyseannounceannoyanswerapologiseappearapplaudappreciateapprovearguearrangearrestarriveaskattachattackattemptattendattractavoid Beginning with the letter B backbakebalancebanbangbarebatbathebattlebeambegbehavebelongbleachblessblindblinkblotblushboastboilboltbombbookboreborrowbouncebowboxbrakebranchbreathebruisebrushbubblebumpburnburybuzz Verbs beginning with the letter C calculatecallcampcarecarrycarvecausechallengechangechargechasecheatcheckcheerchewchokechopclaimclapcleanclearclipclosecoachcoilcollectcolourcombcommandcommunicatecomparecompetecomplaincompleteconcentrateconcernconfessconfuseconnectconsiderconsistcontaincontinuecopycorrectcoughcountcovercrackcrashcrawlcrosscrushcrycurecurlcurvecycle Verbs beginning with the letter D damdamagedancedaredecaydeceivedecidedecoratedelaydelightdeliverdependdescribedesertdeservedestroydetectdevelopdisagreedisappeardisapprovedisarmdiscoverdislikedividedoubledoubtdragdraindreamdressdripdropdrowndrumdrydust Beginning with the letter E earneducateembarrassemployemptyencourageendenjoyenterentertainescapeexamineexciteexcuseexerciseexistexpandexpectexplainexplodeextend Verbs beginning with the letter F facefadefailfancyfastenfaxfearfencefetchfilefillfilmfirefitfixflapflashfloatfloodflowflowerfoldfollowfoolforceformfoundframefrightenfry Verbs beginning with the letter G gathergazeglowgluegrabgrategreasegreetgringripgroanguaranteeguardguessguide Beginning with the letter H hammerhandhandlehanghappenharassharmhatehauntheadhealheapheathelphookhophopehoverhughumhunthurry Verbs beginning with the letter I identifyignoreimagineimpressimproveincludeincreaseinfluenceinforminjectinjureinstructintendinterestinterfereinterruptintroduceinventinviteirritateitch Verbs beginning with the letter J jailjamjogjoinjokejudgejugglejump Verbs beginning with the letter K kickkillkisskneelknitknockknot Beginning with the letter L labellandlastlaughlaunchlearnlevellicenselicklielightenlikelistlistenliveloadlocklonglooklove Verbs beginning with the letter M manmanagemarchmarkmarrymatchmatemattermeasuremeddlemeltmemorisemendmess upmilkminemissmixmoanmoormournmovemuddlemugmultiplymurder Verbs beginning with the letter N nailnameneednestnodnotenoticenumber Verbs beginning with the letter O obeyobjectobserveobtainoccuroffendofferopenorderoverflowoweown Beginning with the letter P packpaddlepaintparkpartpasspastepatpausepeckpedalpeelpeepperformpermitphonepickpinchpineplaceplanplantplaypleaseplugpointpokepolishpoppossesspostpourpractisepraypreachprecedepreferpreparepresentpreservepresspretendpreventprickprintproduceprogrampromiseprotectprovidepullpumppunchpuncturepunishpush Verbs beginning with the letter Q questionqueue Verbs beginning with the letter R raceradiaterainraisereachrealisereceiverecogniserecordreducereflectrefuseregretreignrejectrejoicerelaxreleaserelyremainrememberremindremoverepairrepeatreplacereplyreportreproducerequestrescueretirereturnrhymerinseriskrobrockrollrotrubruinrulerush Verbs beginning with the letter S sacksailsatisfysavesawscarescatterscoldscorchscrapescratchscreamscrewscribblescrubsealsearchseparateservesettleshadeshareshavesheltershivershockshopshrugsighsignsignalsinsipskiskipslapslipslowsmashsmellsmilesmokesnatchsneezesniffsnoresnowsoaksoothesoundsparesparksparklespellspillspoilspotspraysproutsquashsqueaksquealsqueezestainstampstarestartstaysteerstepstirstitchstopstorestrapstrengthenstretchstripstrokestuffsubtractsucceedsucksuffersuggestsuitsupplysupportsupposesurprisesurroundsuspectsuspendswitch Beginning with the letter T talktametaptasteteasetelephonetemptterrifytestthankthawticktickletietimetiptiretouchtourtowtracetradetraintransporttraptraveltreattrembletricktriptrottroubletrusttrytugtumbleturntwisttype Verbs beginning with the letter U undressunfastenuniteunlockunpackuntidyuse Verbs beginning with the letter V vanishvisitvotevomit Verbs beginning with the letter W wailwaitwalkwanderwantwarmwarnwashwastewatchwaterwaveweighwelcomewhinewhipwhirlwhisperwhistlewinkwipewishwobblewonderworkworrywrapwreckwrestlewriggle Please wait here.Walk through the park if you want to get there quicker. Beginning with the letter X x-rayxeroxed They had to x-ray her arm. Beginning with the letter Y yankyawnyell You don’t need to yell that loud. Beginning with the letter Z zipzoom Grammar and Examples: • Mr. Rowell takes a lesson in the morning. What does Mr. Rowell do? He takes a lesson. The action he is doing is “taking” a lesson. So the action is denoted by the word “takes”. In that case that word “takes” is the verb. • The university hired him.Here, the word “hired” is the verb. • His boss refused to support him at critical moments.Here, the word “refused” is the verb. • The students write their papers in the Sapporo City Hall.Here, the word “write” is the verb. The verbs can be classified in different […]