With around 100 students scheduled to be in that 9am Monday morning lecture, it is no surprise to anybody that almost 20 people actually make it to the class and only 10 of them are still awake after the first 15 minutes; it’s not even a surprise that most of them are still in their pyjamas. One look around a lecture theatre on a Monday morning will confirm the fact that students are terrible at regulating their sleep cycles to their daily itinerary, but can we blame that on evolution or just poor planning?
Some of these topics come up more often in the speaking; others in the writing. However, the knowledge for both is the same. Here is a list of common topics from 2012 and 2013. We have omitted topics which you will see in Cambridge books 1-3 as they are no longer asked today.
By Beyoncé Knowles-Carter We need to stop buying into the myth about gender equality. It isn’t a reality yet. Today, women make up half of the U.S. workforce, but the average working woman earns only 77 percent of what the average working man makes.
watch a video and read about recent changes in British social attitudes on marriage, relationships, religion and welfarePractise numbers, percentages, fractions, the language of graphs and statisticsListen to people giving opinions
Words we use every day in modern English owe their inclusion in dictionaries to a British army officer picking up a few slang words from the cotton traders in Bangalore, street food vendors in the Caribbean, or the Boer warriors two fought against...
One-fourth of the world's population can communicate in English with some level of proficiency. English has also emerged as the dominant language of academics. It is the dominant language of the Internet. It is indeed the dominant language of the knowledge economy. If you are an educated person in the 21st century, you speak English. In other words, English plays the same functional role that...
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Repetition has long been heralded in advertising, politics and public speaking as a device which can add emphasis and impact to key thoughts and phrases. But too much repetition in a presentation becomes annoying rather than powerful.
So, we're back to this topic. After writing my previous article, I came across some interesting language-related professions. To those who loved watching CSI, NCIS and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, these jobs will definitely sound exciting!
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