Are you translating words from your native language in your head while you are speaking English? When you do this, you a long time to speak and your English sounds unnatural because the sentence structure is different! If you want to sound more natural when you speak English, you need to learn how to think in English.
Children need to learn more than just reading, writing, and arithmetic. They also need to develop the character skills necessary to a happy, successful life. Character Education, Grades 3-4 focuses on the six building blocks of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. This book is filled with teaching ideas, practical activities, and real-life problems that are appropriate for third and fourth graders.
The Art of SpeedReading People: How to Size People Up and Speak Their Language
Wouldn't it be great to have x-ray vision into other people's personalities - to know what they are thinking, what they care deeply about, their likes and dislikes? With x-ray vision you'd know how best to approach people, how to pique their interest in your ideas, how to strike a bargain, resolve a conflict, or simply help others feel more at ease relating to you.
Whether your goal is dealing more successfully with coworkers or employees, friends or family members, prospective customers or clients, THE ART OF SPEEDREADING PEOPLE offers you a powerful advantage in communicating with all types of people.
The Student Guide – The world’s ultimate magazine for students Fresher’s week has been and gone, you’ve already made lots of friends and you’ve finally started to settling into life as a student. Starting university can be pretty scary, but have no fear, The Student Guide is here!
The Book of Gobbledygook: Plain English Writing for Lousy Writers
If writers in government, big business, organizations and academia are to succeed in these times of new technologies, new demands and new attitudes, we must improve our communications radically. We must abandon soggy formality and incoherence in favor of modern personal communications. "The Book of Gobbledygook: Plain English Writing for Lousy Writers" paves the way of writing clear and concise copy in 16 critical essays.
The relationship expert from the Ladies' Home Journal, the Wall Street Journal, and Lifetime Television shows how to prevent marriage problems before they start.
There's nothing wrong with starter jobs and starter homes, but starter marriages? Relationship expert Monica Mendez Leahy is on a mission to help readers make their marriage last. Her 1,001 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married offers a reality check for couples on the marriage path, helping them realize how much they have yet to discover about their partner's nature, thought processes, lifestyle, and marital expectations.