Noun Clauses #1 — Mary’s English Blog

The English language is full of Noun Clauses. A Noun Clause is made up of a group of words with a Noun and a Verb. A Noun is the name of a person, animal, place, thing, (or state; for example: happiness, excitement). In other words, a Noun is the name of someone or something. ‘Noun’ means ‘name’. A Pronoun […]

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If you want to LEARN ANYTHING today, start by ASKING…(ahhh..online that is) — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash) This should be a no brainer for any learner. The days of taking to time to stroll down to the library to discovery what something is all about died a death 10 years ago. The most probable place to get at least a range of answers to your question is […]

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The only word you will ever need to look up in the DICTIONARY for Future SUCCESS — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Todd Quackenbush on Unsplash I had an interesting (or dare I say it – eloquent learning moment) just recently. I was teaching an English class and one student took me aside at the end of the class. He said ‘Teacher I was wondering if you could help me, I have a presentation I have to give […]

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LEARNING means – to REACH, to REALISE and then to REALIGN ourselves — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2kAJebH) We usually associate learning with courses, school work, degrees and certificates but these are just the outer shells of something far bigger. Learning as a process happens in every aspect of our life, in every day of our lives and without warning or expectation. Learning…

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If you want to LEARN ANYTHING today, start by ASKING…(ahhh..online that is) — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash) This should be a no brainer for any learner. The days of taking to time to stroll down to the library to discovery what something is all about died a death 10 years ago. The most probable place to get at least a range of answers to your question is […]

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222 Words to Use instead of “Said”. — Mary’s English Blog

Jenn from http://www.grammarcheck.net regularly sends me Infographics. Infographics are easy-to-read graphics which contain information that improves your English. Perhaps you saw the last Infographic I re-posted on November 24, 2018, 147 Words to Use instead of “Very”? Many English students, as well as native English speakers, have found that particular Infographic very helpful and their […]

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222 Words to Use instead of “Said”. — Mary’s English Blog

Jenn from http://www.grammarcheck.net regularly sends me Infographics. Infographics are easy-to-read graphics which contain information that improves your English. Perhaps you saw the last Infographic I re-posted on November 24, 2018, 147 Words to Use instead of “Very”? Many English students, as well as native English speakers, have found that particular Infographic very helpful and their […]

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READINESS vs MATURITY to move to the next level of learning — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Javier Reyes on Unsplash I heard a wonderfully timeless story recently about a conversation between a father and son. The son had left high school with his his high school diploma and had got a job locally in a shop and was making some money and saving it. Sounds good right? Well he actually saved $USD10,000 […]

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