An audio course in American culture for the learners of English at upper intermediate and advanced levels (B1-C1). Features: cousine, Wild West, flower power, slavery, plastic surgery, rock'n'roll, immigrants, and West Coast cities.
• My Right Hand - In his book Blood Brothers, TIME senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf weaves his own tale of losing a hand in Iraq with the stories of three soldiers who also spent time at Amputee Alley, Ward 57 of Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington • What Makes Us Different? - Not very much, when you look at our DNA. But those few tiny changes made all the difference in the world • The End of a Revolution - Sex, lies and power games are just the latest symptoms of a Republican Party that has strayed from its ideals REUPLOAD NEEDED
(24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture) Taught by William R. Cook State University of New York at Geneseo Ph.D., Cornell University
Mentioning the name Niccolò Machiavelli can unleash a powerful response, even among people who have never read a word of his writings. Our language even has a word—Machiavellian—that encapsulates the images those responses conjure up: An indistinct figure quietly making his way through the darkest corridors of power, hatching plots to play one rival against another A cold-blooded political liar, ready to justify any duplicity undertaken in the name of a noble end that will ultimately justify the most malignant means
"System Power Words!" allows the students to acquaint with almost four thousand words and phrases. Most of them at the advanced level. The entire vocabulary material is aimed for the students taking TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), oral part of GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) and GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test). ALL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN THIS SOFTWARE ARE IN ENGLISH.