English proverb of the day

"The negative side of the American Dream comes when people pursue success at any cost, which in turn destroys the vision and the dream "

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  • Topic of this Week: "FEELING (November 17, 2019)"

    Feelings and emotions are a huge part of all of us! Everybody has  different feelings, and it's very common for a person to experience  different emotions throughout the day as things happen and situations  develop.
    For young children, it’s  fundamental to learn about feelings. By learning how to identify their  feelings, and also how to process them, children can experience a  positive change in their behavior. If they are able to correctly  recognise their feelings and what's causing them, it will be easier for  them to manage difficult situations.
    However, In the process of  growing from childhood to adulthood, some of us unintentionally lose  touch with our emotional feelings. Somehow, our parents teach us to stop  responding to our feelings as we were created to. “That didn’t hurt.  Come on, get up!” a parent might say, as we fall and scrape our knee.  Or, “Stop that crying!”
     People say that All this is fine, as we  learn “survival skills” that help us cope in our family and which later  may help us deal with difficult friends, co-workers or authority  figures.
     Do you agree with this opinion?
    Let’s come to Advance this week to share your ideas ????


    1. What are some of the feelings that you have experienced recently? What causes those feelings?
    2. What are the benefits of sharing your true feelings?
     Have you ever taken actions by following your feelings and felt regretful afterwards?
    3. How often do you resist your feelings and emotions? Why would you do that?
    4. It’s said that “Control meaning, not emotions because feelings don’t  necessarily mean anything and they’re temporary”. What is your opinion  about it?

     

    Enjoy and have a fruitful discussion! 

    See you on Sunday at 3 P.M.!

      

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    Shirt

    (02:25:10 AM 21/03/2014)

    English for talking about clothing: shirts

     

    Shirts

    Can you name all of the shirts in the image above? Scroll down to find the answers!

    Things that you can do with (or without) a shirt

    • put on a shirt
    • wear a shirt
    • take your shirt off
    • change your shirt
    • change into a shirt
    • change out of a shirt
    • roll up your sleeves
    • pop your collar (some people do this to look cool)
    • tuck in your shirt
    • spill something on your shirt / spill something all down your shirt
    • iron your shirt
    • button up your shirt
    • unbutton your shirt
    • get your shirt drycleaned
    • go shirtless (for men)
    • go topless (for women)

    Types of shirts

    A. a tank top / a wifebeater (This is a slang term for a white tank top for men that's meant to be worn under other clothes. It's called this because in the past it was stereotypically worn by rough guys who were violent toward their wives.)

    B. a T-shirt / a tee

    C. a sleeveless shirt

    D. a tube top

    E. a sports bra

    F. a jersey

    G. a V-neck shirt

    H. a polo shirt

    I. a Hawaiian shirt

    J. a blouse

    K. a turtleneck

    L. a flannel shirt (if it's made of a thick material) / a plaid shirt

    M. a dress shirt

    N. a sweatshirt

    O. a tunic

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