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Sunday, March 4

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Saturday, March 3

  1. page Vocabulary. fashion edited ... Pencil {pencil.png} This is a skirt with a straight line or narrows at the hem. The skirt hu…
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Friday, March 2

  1. page Listening. Art edited ... 9. Even if the speaker is launching a complaint against you, wait until they finish to defend …
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    9. Even if the speaker is launching a complaint against you, wait until they finish to defend yourself. The speaker will feel as though their point had been made. They won’t feel the need to repeat it, and you’ll know the whole argument before you respond. Research shows that, on average, we can hear four times faster than we can talk, so we have the ability to sort ideas as they come in…and be ready for more.
    10. Engage yourself. Ask questions for clarification, but, once again, wait until the speaker has finished. That way, you won’t interrupt their train of thought. After you ask questions, paraphrase their point to make sure you didn’t misunderstand. Start with: “So you’re saying…”
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    me at ghasemi_s2000@yahoo.com.englishwowgroup@yahoo.com. Wait for
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    it to ghasemi_s2000@yahoo.comenglishwowgroup@yahoo.com and wait
    1. Are you an artistic type?How do you know that?
    2.What interests you about a work of art? Bring some examples.
    3."Art does not reproduce what we see. Rather it makes us see". Do you agree or disagree? Justify your answer.
    Writing
    You can also choose one of the above topics to write about, send to us and wait for a feedback.

    Ten useful tips to improve your speaking.
    Breathe from your diaphragm – Practice long and controlled exhales. When you speak, use breath to punctuate your point. For example, take a breath at the end of each phrase whether you need to or not. Use that opportunity to pause and let the listeners absorb what you say.
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