Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
29/8/2016 路 39 min read 路 ~100
To beBee'd Slang and 24 more
The Unofficial Guide to beBee Jargon for Beginners or Busy Bees

The Unofficial Guide to beBee Jargon for Beginners or Busy Bees

Hey all you buzz heads out there;this is Bo Buzzbee with your, unofficial and totally unsanctioned, Guide to beBeeJargon for beginners. It鈥檚 about time someone came up with a list like this andwho better than a total smart-spiracle like me...

Erroll -EL- Warner

Erroll -EL- Warner

Excellently done. Bebee, a great place to be. Very constructive articles and engagement.

21/10/2017
Ken Boddie

Ken Boddie

Totally missed this one first time round, Michael. Glad it was revived to give me and the other zomBees who missed it a chuckle or three.

27/2/2017
Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
12/8/2017 路 32 min read 路 ~100
To beBee'd Slang and 9 more
Starting over when it's probably too late

Starting over when it's probably too late

Learning a language is learning a culture. A language鈥檚 syntax offers clues to the way a society thinks, and the changes (over centuries) reflect the evolution of social interactions and the shifts in the way people view their local culture and...

Peter Altschuler

Peter Altschuler

Russian is ideal for learning English, @Brian McKenzie. I studied it in high school, and English suddenly made sense. I'm sure that if I'd studied Latin or Greek, as my grandparents did, that I'd have had the same advantage, but my school didn't offer those "classics." It was the middle of the Cold War, and Russian was the logical alternative.

15/8/2017
Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

I never learned English grammar, until I started studying Russian in college. I believe I still understand Russian better than English even though it is not my native language. The rules seem more logical than, "this is the way we do it" that I learned in the American classrooms.

12/8/2017
Ben Pinto
14/11/2016 路 15 min read 路 ~100
To beBee'd Slang and 2 more
Zombee, Buzz Off, & Wannabee (beBee Slang)

Zombee, Buzz Off, & Wannabee (beBee Slang)

Zombee: in beBee this refers to some bee that has been put out to rest and聽rises from the dead to come聽back聽and wreak havoc amongst us. They will try to eat your money, your brains, and anything else of yours that they can feed off of.Rowan, seen...

Ben Pinto

Ben Pinto

https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ben/paris-attack-anniversary-today-next-month-s-10am-12-14-16-date is the link to a very important warning so anyone reading this please go there and comment or share if you see the value of it. Thank you, Ben

14/11/2016
Ben Pinto

Ben Pinto

Thank you Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher. I really appreciate the share. I have since this put out a very serious article (with the exception of my usual way of trying to bring some happiness back in the world with a little humor at the end of the otherwise depressing piece) I tried to tag you and other but it wouldn't take my comment. I tried that 4 times and have given up for tonight. Unless you fee that Nine-Eleven and "9.1.1. Emergency" are merely a coincidence would you perhaps tag some people and share the it a few times. I am really frightened about what could happen exactly one month from now. I would love some feedback from some of our philosophers like yourself. I like beBee, but I am not very good at getting my stuff seen. #1

14/11/2016
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