Part 3 of the American English lesson !! Linking words !!!
What I've noticed from continuously recording myself that despite my attempts to perfect my English, these tips did not have an instantenous result. Moreover, the low quality of mic recordings also contributed to this significantly.
And you never know how bad you sound until you record yourself .
Also it seems like my interview went ok, but since my deadline for fellowship
Updated 02-21-2011 at 05:13 PM by asquare
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So I'm still waiting for Carnegie Mellon to tell me the results and continue writing my Spoken English Tutorial series.
It was a 11 am morning time and I was ill, but the interviewer was very energetic to my surprise. I couldn't really focus on the interview and that's why I wasn't very sharp in answers and wasn't very sharp when doing the writing task.
Oh, to my surprise the questions were very simple - Why did you decide to apply to this major , do you have hobbies, who
Updated 02-10-2011 at 02:14 PM by wasleys
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I've been thinking a lot about what content I should be filling up my blog with, and came to a conclusion that all I need to do is to provide "value",
I will be having an Interview with Carnegie Mellon, Masters in Software Engineering, tomorrow, but I just can't get my head off the fact that I have to quicken the process of adding content to my website.
Anyway, I've been researching the net for some time, and since I couldn't come up with anything particularly
Originally Posted by slashragnarok
For what reason/s would an account of Russian life not surprise Americans? Answer: If the themes are familiar to Americans. Interesting things might still surprise you but familiar things don't.
Someone that draws on several sources is by definition eclectic. And the keyword is Despite. So there area claims that his philosophy does not draw on several traditions. So the claims are that his philosophy is based on a single source. Option A particular would work for the first
Now the funny thing is that even after finishing GRE I sometimes get people asking me what was that that helped me get a good GRE score (well, at least my friends are surprised).
Now, I didn't do anything extraordinary. You might check the article on How To Improve English Speaking - it speaks on this topic in detail.
Yes, I went to classes and they really helped. But what helped me even more was that I constantly visited urch forums and practiced Big Book tests.